Don't worry, CodeBuster. The geeks with good taste are also having and raising kids, and they're raising them right- on the command line in Linux.
If they had no concern for human life, they would have killed the drivers instead of beating them up. And it is safe to assume that one or more of thieves was doing it because of peer pressure, which can be intense amoung criminals, where your buddy can suddenly turn judge and executioner if you say or do the wrong thing.
While we're on the subject, let's talk about what white collar criminals "deserve" for the crimes they do that can hurt millions instead of just a handful.
I'm hip-shooting, but it could be that as an LA resident, you're experiencing some prejudice. They go months in Seattle with nothing but gray skies and/or rain, and you have to remain productive. The lack of interest could be due to the perceived risk that you might not be able to hack the gloomy weather.
I'm in the same boat, btw. I live in Santa Monica, and I love the weather here. I would prefer to live amoungst Washingtonians if for no other reason than higher quality conversation, but I know I couldn't handle the Seattle weather for long.
What you should take from a list of specific requirements is that they don't know how to write a good help wanted ad. Contact em (a dev, not HR), be up front that you don't have what they're listing, but that you have experience in the skills behind the tools and that you learn quickly.
What do you find to be the most promising technology for embedding electronics inside 3D prints?
While waiting for this tech to arrive, have you tried emulating electronics with mechanical equivalents?
Come on, there are only 11M car accidents a year, and less than 40k people die from them. We've got 315M people living in the US. Plenty of spares!
It's a common misconception that you need fertilization. If you plant the right crops together, they feed each other the nutrients and take care of nitrogen fixation. The catch is that with intermixed crops, it can become more difficult to harvest your crops with bulk thrashers, but robotics and image recognition can come to the rescue on this front.
Agreed. The assertion is totally ridiculous. Smells like slashdot is getting played by someone who wants to convince the world to buy underpowered GPUs.
That's why you want to save meals and sex for when you've been good.
The problem with most visual programming languages is that they don't transition well to written languages, which you start to pine for after getting sick of dragging the output of one module to the input of another for the 300th time. You want this just for laziness/productivity reasons, and it also happens to be a good way to get her motivated to learn English faster.
This is going to feel fun for a while and is an easy way to start, because it's partly like cheating, and when you push numbers to ridiculous extents, it can even really change the nature of gameplay sometimes.
But there's going to come a point where she's sick of being limited to changing surface stuff, and she's going to want to change behaviours, so she's gonna need to look inside of that Badguy.js file attached to the bad guy that she put the pink hat on for "public float healthPoints;" to see what happens to the "Health Points" mentioned in the inspector for the bad guy class so she can come up with a special weapon that cuts the hit points in half, or that heals the baddie up slowly, or that makes the baddie pinker, or whatever she wants to do.
Lo and behold. She's coding.
Unity is made in Copenhagen, so I'm sure Danish docs are possible, but I don't know much about where they'd be. I think if you want to code, tho, you'd better get used to English. English won that war.
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The problem with progress bars is that computer science hasn't stressed measuring the time and resource cost of different kinds of computation. We talk about the Big-O notation and discuss profiling as if it were a curiosity. This is contributing to making operating systems sloppy about what kind of resources they'll allocate to a given process to the point where the idea of a "real-time" operating system is considered novel and different instead of the norm.
If we learned a holistic time and resource cost to our code and built in self-profiling in from the start, we could have extremely accurate progress bars, assuming they reflected a deterministic process, which the vast majority are.
Suicidal tendencies might explain some of the big risks he took.