Define infinite. There are no infinite things in observed reality and there obviously can not be any in a computer game. Infinite simply means that you can always come up with more of whatever object is under consideration. For example no matter how large a natural number you name I can always name a bigger one. In this case it probably means that when you reach a "border" of the world some more "world" is generated. Given that they claim it is procedurally generated.
True, however, their verdicts can have influence over existing laws. If there are laws concerning treatment of disability in the workplace and some responsible body makes up a new disability it sort of is like passing a law.
Yeah R is so different from Python, I mean everything is the same but not quite and I totally have a point and not just bullshitting because like Japanese sushi and beef Argentinian soup, brocolli.
Because when you fork something it instantly becomes unstable and memory corruption bugs appear. Or you could, you know, remove that one bit that you don't like and keep the rest the same.
Any standards, really.
The only "pain of programming" I have experienced was always the result of my own poor design choices. Is there an IDE for that?
"and much more to do with general math/logic" well thank fuck. Anyone can learn to code on their own, not so with general math/logic.
Excellent arguments, I'm convinced.
"How about just talking to the school directors, asking them what they need most, and then giving it to them?"
I don't know for sure but I am pretty certain every government in the world would make doing that impossible.