I get what you're saying, and agree with you, but from what I can tell it's not trying to be an IDE, just a way to try out the language in a browser. With all of the examples, it's a good way to get a taste of what the language has to offer. Just my 2 cents.
I don't know if I'd call it "grossly" overcharging if the SP3 is >40% more for a 25% performance boost... Even if you overpay for a $100 keyboard/case, it's a wash.
Throw in an extra $10 and you can get a cable, instead
The host name is provided by the client during the TLS negotiation. If the server were to go first, so-to-speak, it might have to send hundreds or more host names if it's hosting a lot of sites, and that would be slow and an ugly information leak (to be able to hit one IP address and discover all of the sites behind it).
So... no one took video of the challenges being completed?
Nice, nice. Started to chuckle before I finished the first sentence of the question
True, it was a Powerbook G4, I've just gotten used to saying MBP over the years.
Happened to me a long time ago, but even worse. Just two months after buying my first new MacBook Pro, Apple switched from PowerPC to Intel. I still feel slighted about that, but I got 6 years of good use out of it. Still works fine as long as it's plugged in. And the software is horribly out of date, of course.
I don't have any points to give, so I'll just comment that I thought it was an interesting post, as well.
Something you could checkout is Lazarus (http://www.lazarus.freepascal.org/). It's a Delphi compatible IDE using the Free Pascal compiler. As a bonus, there are versions for Windows, OSX, and Linux.
I know it's dangerous to base opinions on summaries, but the summary says "during recovery mode boots". So, at least it doesn't seem to be as bad as autorunning files on a usb stick, which used to be pretty common.
It is certainly a serious vulnerability, but considering the number of times I've done a recovery mode boot, I'm not overly concerned about it.
Well, yeah, but you would also have the rest of the universe rushing at you, and you would be saying "ah, so that's where we're going!"
The link "water is much more of an issue" is broken (the "www." portion should be dropped). This link works: water is much more of an issue.
You're absolutely right. Just a few weeks ago I decided to look into backing up my home storage to tape. The tapes themselves weren't terribly expensive, but the drives... couldn't believe what they cost. And it didn't look like eBay had any deals on them either (or, at least, not at prices I'm willing to pay).
I think $200-$250 would be a better price point, but I would certainly go for one at $300, even if it was an LTO-5 drive.
Interesting, I didn't realize Fixnum supported a base argument for to_s. Something new, everyday