Just use the same password everywhere. "monkey" is always a good choice.
Encryption export restrictions were incredibly effective because no other country has mathematicians.
I mean, it's not as if VPN technology is freely available right now. Even if it wasn't, there are no programmers skilled enough to implement that sort of thing anywhere else in the world.
There are no stars!
So what would they say for "octet?"
An octet is not necessarily the same as a byte.
Yes, of course, they are all robots.
The point is that, until the robots are making their own moment-by-moment tactical decisions, it's just not that interesting to watch.
Calling the Windows API simple and elegant is the funniest thing I've heard all day.
>> It has been called the Persian Gulf since around 550 BC.
Good point. Maybe Google should go back to the original owners and name it the "Gulf of Mesopotamia."
It should be labelled the Exxon Gulf.
I couldn't agree more. But I would add one caveat: Beware of developers who really know the debugger. They usually seem to be the ones introducing most of the bugs into the code.
You could express the business logic in C++, which is compatible with Objective-C++ (yes, there is such a language) and C++/CLR.
I had assumed that the mountains were in one of the LaGrange points between Pandora and its primary, but this makes more sense.
I thought it was pronounced Go Factorial since after "Hello World", the second program written in a new language is usually a factorial calculator.
he's a fruits, vegetables, and grains guy
No wonder he looks sick! Give the man a cheeseburger. He'll be fine.