Basically happened to iOS development when it was first publicly released. Within the first six months you saw jobs requiring 5+ years of experience.
Yea, this situation is what contributed to the end of pirate radio boats off the coast of Britain.
The boats would broadcast and interfere with the emergency signals from commercial boating traffic; so when an accident happened and people needed rescue, no one could hear them over the pirate radio broadcasts.
Yea, women and minorities have been handicapped throughout history; but the solution is not to single them out further and hire based on that; but to ignore their traits and go off skill, quality, and work ethic.
Of course that would run afoul of many of the guidelines from the manufacturers. In which they expect a game to run and behave a certain way on each console generation.
Otherwise you're going to have to qualify game expectations on the specific hardware configuration of your own setup; same as happens with PC gaming.
1st Gen X model + Kinect = 20 FPS
1st Gen X model - Kinect = 30 FPS
1st Gen Y model + Kinect = 24 FPS
1st Gen Y model - Kinect = 32 FPS
It's $10/mth, and you have to have a child eligible for free/reduced cost meals, and not have had Comcast service for 90 days. So if you dont take advantage right away, you'll have to cut off service for three months to become eligible.
Seems like they can really only point t incidents of where a defense attorney calls into question the charecter of the accuser. Rest of the time, it's the result of a one off idiot who usually gets fired or seriously reprimanded for their comments.
Also, commentary. Most of the time, the game being played is not what draws me in, but the commentary and comedy that the producer adds to it.
Exactly, cheating should be handed in-house, not through the legal system. They designed a poor system and are just trying to sue people away from exploiting it then fixing it like every other major multiplayer game.
You'd be right, there was a time when a lens flare required a reshoot and could get people fired.
Wish they would, even in the mobile app you cannot watch archived material; if it's not live you can't see.
As I recall, WA is actually one of the states with laws that disallow municipal internet service.
Planes can't just stop, and with RC aircraft becoming bigger and bigger they can cause serious damage of a liner if they get sucked into an engine. It's why pretty much every responsible club has strict rules on where they can hold flights; one of the biggest being not anywhere near an airport.
Just like with cars, the users are the ones responsible for their craft; a pilot wouldn't be able to see an RC craft, and if he did it'd be too late.
Most RC enthusiasts know not to fly such a craft anywhere near an airport. General rule of thumb is 1000ft of clearance in each direction.
The device though is not a trivial purpose ($270) and largely unnecessary save for highly specialized uses. A DX6i which is pretty entry level, has a range of around 600m-1200m depending on conditions and RX. That type of system is not going in your average quadcopter, but rather very expensive and specially made Oct/jet planes.
Not just opinions, but pay rate too.
As we've seen on new teachers who enter the workforce, schools will mass fire the teachers after the year then re-hire them before the next at reduced pay. Or fire one experienced and well paid one for two that just graduated.