That was actually the Star Trek the Motion Picture but I'll not demand your geek card on the grounds that it was pretty forgettable.
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How dare they require that laws be obeyed! Damn commies!
So Google should get off scot free with breaking the law because "Apple do it too"?
As if being a computer nerd is in any way a cultural expectation for a man. Men are expected to be strong and confident and good at sport; nerds are usually the target for those men. But then that's the shitty narrative now isn't it. Life on easy mode. What a bunch of pricks the new left are.
This is why you SJW types are going to lose in the end. You want to us white males to rally to your cause but all you do is insult and patronise us and all you have to offer is criticism. Life on easy mode my arse. Go tell that to the homeless whites, the poor whites, the whites that suffer from mental illness. You want to win the argument? How about giving a shit about men committing suicide in record numbers as a starting point. How about recognising that everyone has problems and not marginalising a single group based on their genitalia and skin colour (see the irony?)
VB lives on in
The interface is a pretty major part of the OS. Expecting people to modify their workflow for Microsoft's marketing department was always going to fail when the previous OS does exactly what the users want. The underpinnings of Windows 8 are better than 7 but the interface gets in your way more than I should.
In the UK we have tax funded health care and a thriving private insurance market. They compete by a combination of cherry picking and providing faster access to care. The private ISPs could compete by providing better service to those willing to pay. At the moment they are private monopolies (or duopolies) which is the worst of both worlds.
Who was it who decided to outsource to poor people who could sell that information for more than they earn in a month.
Much worse than space nutters are you miserable bean counters. Let's not do anything or go anywhere because "my God the expense!". Let's carry on with pointless resource ears to enrich the already insanely wealthy even further.
.NET 1.0 stuff will not run on the 4.5 run time without changes. Does that mean
What happens when it's no longer popular and the devs lose interest. Microsoft are highly unlikely to kill one of their very profitable areas especially now that the ability to leave them has never been easier.
You can navigate in the dark.
What is a professional developer to you then? Someone who refuses to let the computer do the repetitive stuff for you?
As opposed to open source stuff which is just abandoned. You could pick it up yourself but the risk is just different not non-existent. Microsoft may well try to bully people who create new versions of ASP.NET but they're not going to kill their dev tools business any time soon.