Have you coded PHP lately?
FYI: the FDIC doesn't insure most fiat currency exchange accounts either.
It can definitely be more concise than that. See functional programs that don't even have the (for in) construct.
I can't imagine trying to make comprehensible diff view between versions of a visual programming language.
Fiat is rolling out there electric 500 to California, supposedly with a lease price of $199 a month. The lease price includes 15 days of gas car rental per year included. Sounds like a pretty awesome deal to me.
Hipsters didn't kill non-networked code. Amazon did. No manager is going to shell out for a big iron Sun box these days when your "scientific, financial, engineering" analysis code can run on a couple dozen ec2 nodes for a quarter of the price.
I'm a software engineer. I only use my laptop (13" MacBook Pro, usually hooked up to a full size monitor and keyboard) for actual programming or other "work" stuff. I use my tablet for pretty much everything else, browsing, shopping, email, games. Heck, I even recently downsized from an iPad2 to a Nexus 7. I even use the nexus 7 for email while I'm at work and the MacBook is right in front of me.
I think the primary goal should be too identify what problems the customer is having, not what solution they want. Observer the client and figure out their problems. It's the development companies job to figure out the best solution. When I say 'problems' I don't mean things like "I don't like that I have to use 2 screens to do y". I mean thing like "our shipping process takes too long and losses too many packages".
So what if it's written down? No one in close proximity to my computer is trying to hack me. I'm not scared of my family or co-workers getting my credentials. I'm afraid of a remote attacker compromising the server where the credentials are stored.
Well, lets says it's 5 mpg * 20 gallons, I would say you'd get around 100 miles in a stock street legal sports car.
yes, but communication could be possible. Especially using quantum entanglement for ftl communication.
If the batteries are part of the structure, they may be significantly lighter, which will give the car better performance and more range.
Carbon fiber doesn't really dent. I'm guessing you'd either have no damage or a crack, and not really any state in between. If it's just a body panel that doesn't have any structural purpose, small and medium cracks could probably be repaired with epoxy, which would most likely be cheaper than repairing a dent. The crack may cause a reduction in capacity, but I doubt it would know the whole thing off line.
HFT algos aren't making bets on equity price movements. They're usually using sophisticated methods of finding and exploiting arbitrage opportunities.
Whatever you think of HFT, this tech sounds awesome and may have other interesting applications.