Nuclear has a long history of irresponsible use. People are not afraid of it just because. They don't trust their government and/or private sector contractors not to cut corners and put people at risk.
But but I thought women in STEM were banned by order of the patriarchy?
Cold and full of Germans *hides*
True but sometimes it's more hindrance than help especially in the case of "an unexpected error has occurred". Microsoft error messages are often too wordy and utterly useless at the same time.
Penalise is the British English spelling you fuckwit.
I remember the good old days when developers actual told their users what the problem was when there was an error. Now they just either do nothing or show "Something happened" and leave the poor user trying to find out what's going on via Google with fuck all idea of what to look for.
I don't know about black supremacists but plenty of nasty religious extremists are in prison in the UK and there are a number of banned organisations.
That wasn't a protected lion lured out of a wildlife reserve to be killed for "sport" by a pearly toothed coward.
Car2go is awesome but they couldn't make any money in the UK so it's not available anymore
So a huge positive for society then.
Agreed on IIS although Web deploy takes no more time than building it locally but I wouldn't run SQL Server locally unless it's a small DB. What I'm getting at is that I have never had any problems with crashes while developing on Windows so I'm just surprised to hear of such bad experiences. Don't peg me as a Microsoft fanboy; I might work with their stuff but I curse them daily.
You could run it on a separate server or a few separate servers instead of consuming the resources of several dev machines. SQL Server isn't exactly lightweight and you're running other RAM intensive processes by the sounds of things.
Is this just a code fix or has it been through any regression testing? I'm not sure I'd want to risk it on a production machine. Better to revert to 4.5.
Why are you running SQL Server and IIS on a Dev machine out of interest?
I use Windows in a Parallels VM and in 4GB (or GiB who the fuck cares) I run Chrome and I with several tabs, Outlook, Word, 3 or 4 instances of VS2013 and all sorts of other miscellaneous stuff and don't have any problems with crashing. What hardware are you running your Windows on?