sounds like a PR campaign over something that will be effective.. if you look at any footage of ISIS and these extremists; they are a tad behind when it comes to technology - the social networks should be the one shutting down any propoganda efforts from these guys.. smells like "anonymous" is just riding on the publicity behind these tragic events to get noticed.
be thankful he isn't cursing them in finnish!
... not like the future "beings" of this planet are going to be able to figure out how to read the damn thing - we've all see planet of the apes and how inferior those beings were.. good use to document everything if it is just a hologram on a piece of rock..
... because real programmers use C
nothing like doing some polymorphism and inheritance via casting of pointers!
RIP: dennis ritchie.
no law.. but - everyone except apple agree'd to a universal charger.
seems if you want to stick with apple; your screwed on this one. everyone should just boycott them
thing is; the "mark of the beast" is only relevant when it is implanted. she can simply leave the badge at home when not going to school. the badge is ONLY required when on campus if i understood this correctly. this is just a 15 minutes of fame stunt - nothing more.
Every retailer knows if you give away free samples or even free products you're encouraging people to come back. To buy your new offerings. People are creatures of habit and once we like something we want more of it. This massive giveaway probably did wonders for their signup rates.
the guy shared movies from the same producer; how are there new offerings?
this only applies to the TSA who actually scan and pass people around the security scanning solution based on the results of what is in the barcode. in europe, you always have to go through scanning process, regardless of what your 2D barcode has encoded within in. all the TSA is doing here, is opening up a chance for terrorists based on local soil to get through the security scanning process simpler. the challenge is that the USA has the most number of travelers through the airline system than anywhere else in the world; doing extensive security checks does choke the system - so, they need to try and filter out the more frequent/trusted flyers, the net result is they are wasting time screening some since they done screen everyone.
... while i've always been a fan of IOCCC contests, when i was teaching C programming - most of the students source code could be considered entries to such a competition
i did already
this is a big question for me (as a developer).
or will open webOS will only support enjo (HTML5, CSS et al) with no native application support (existing webOS applications).
engadget reported this back in June http://www.engadget.com/2012/06/14/nokia-reportedly-scraps-meltemi/
if they were true IT guys, unless the woman looked like lara croft, i would not be concerned about it.
Never liked anything 'lower-level' than C
you say you were a programmer 20+ years ago? the only decent options back then were ASM, and the concept of OO wasn't even born yet - you left the industry because you were not capable of being in it in the first place. times have changed; all the old skool boys have stuck with C - specifically focusing on embedded environments (C, C++, objective-C) and the newbies (kids) are playing with managed code these days. CPU's are 1000x faster, RAM is 100x more available - you will have a better chance starting from scratch than trying to recuperate what you knew before.
four-thirds pi = eight-thirds tau
just as complex in both cases.. neither case holds up as being singular for the sphere.