Yeah, I'm about sick of those right now.
I said it's a young MAN's sport. I'm going to go out on a limb and say your mother isn't a MAN.
Bah, people with pacemakers don't steal cars! That's a young man's sport!
And yes, now I want to see this at 90MPH.
Does it carry it's own fire retardant?
I'd say the actual number is somewhere like 75% do it, while maybe 50% do it while in motion.
Or you could be like me, I'm playing games arcade games on my ipad while driving.
If the poll reminded people that a fax machine has a modem built in then we'd be getting much different results.
We saw well how a series of pumps and dams worked for New Orleans during Katrina. Just fill in the bay. Then you can get rid that ugly eyesore of a bridge and have lots of new land to populate.
Actually, I don't really like SF to begin with, so let it flood.
And Get Off My Lawn!
You my friend have reached the "golden age" in IT. I can tell so by your sub 1m UID. CouchDB is only arcane to old farts who no longer understand the things the younger crowd finds as "in"
We're from the days when MySQL was getting stored procedures, UDFs and views. That's all old hat. Now databases have Couches, and probably ottomans and coffee tables as well.
Embrace your golden years and die out quietly like the rest of us....
In light of the IRS making Star Trek training videos I really don't see any problem with digging into all Government entities searching for waste. Glad they didn't find it here, but I'm also glad the checked.
You actually have 32GB of storage. You have considerably less RAM.
Somewhere between 256MB and 1024MB.
I've hired plenty of people who HAVE or HAD an A+ but the point is, once you get past that applying for level 1 service desk, drop A+. That's I'm at Director level in my career now, there are tons of skills I used to list on my resume but don't any longer. I also don't list my high school info either.
Not sure who's rating this down but I agree with it. A+ screams geeksquad. We look at A+ as people who have low expectations in life. It's a pretty poor way to look at it, but that's life.
My new name is +
Pronounced as the programmer formally known as alta.
For a week.