That's unfortunate, because most bay area companies will pay moving expenses. I actually won't work for a company that doesn't, even if I don't need to move to work for it - it's an indication, to me, of other things that could be wrong.
There is a downside to this approach, at least if actually taken "all the way": Tech companies will often pay for full moving expenses. Every company I've been involved with did, and all but one were quite generous about it. If he ends up having to completely hide that fact he's not in Seattle, he won't get that benefit.
> So far, there has never been a society that had Atheism as one of it's tenets
I think the problem with Stalinist Russia was Stalin. It was also not free of religion, it placed Stalin in that role instead.
The concept that you need religion to preach morals is completely preposterous. Religion is a human creation after all, so clearly we already have an ingrained sense of morals.
Odd. It seems
It's probably cheaper not to get into accidents.
They should. It's easy to detect, easy to predict. Batteries are like fuel, except they carry their own oxidants as well. They will almost always burn when damaged until we build the tech to prevent it. We will build such tech, but only when pressed.
Most people I know use the share desktop feature to quickly show photos if they're off somewhere. Facetime is also apple-specific, and most phones in the world are android, and there are a few people on windows phones and blackberry still. I prefer things that can be used by everyone regardless of platform. Nothing from apple is suitable in that regard, and I doubt they ever will be.
I prefer the new VS aesthetic to the old one. The only issues I have with VS are that for new developers some of the configuration options are buried a bit too deeply. However, it's that much harder setting up emacs (or vim) to even approach what VS does, and still in the end the toolset is less robust. I've been waiting for gdb to stop it's random segfaulting for almost 20 years now...
Only if facetime did everything Skype does, which it doesn't, so no.
> Please. The new GPUs are about more than just framerate.
Perhaps, but where OP is wrong is where he thinks all modern GPUs can run a full 60 fps at 1080p. He is wrong. He also ignores 1200p, 1440p, 1600p, 1080px3, and all the other use-cases that require a high-end GPU. He also forgets that game developers are *always* pushing the limits.
In short, this article is stupid, and an embarrassment to