Damn government is coercing me into crossing the street at crosswalks, here.
Your choices are always limited. At what point would "limited" become "involuntary"?
Do you really see LINQ, or do you see lambdas and extension methods? LINQ is the query DSL, lambdas are a more syntax-friendly anonymous method, and extension methods make it much more convenient to put this all together.
I look at a lot of code, and LOTS of it uses at least
Save development time by not designing the whole system up front...just tack each little feature on one at a time.
That's not agile, that's test driven development.
It's funny, because Agile says that standups aren't for the PM, they're for the team members. Except that we all know that in reality, they're so the PM can micromanage.
Plus, then you get to do "scrum of scrums"! It's fantastic!
Continuous integration, while possibly central to "agile" development, is not a feature of "agile" development. Teams using waterfall methodology can use CI just like teams using any other (or no) methodology.
The noble unions involved in education in the USA would never allow wasteful spending in the public school system.
Yeah, I agree on the argument syntax. They should've picked Linux style arguments, given they're wider spread.
Either way, though, if you're on Windows, it's your best option. Cygwin sucks.
Yes. It even comes with something like 150 aliases predefined. Including ls (get-childitem), mv (move-item), cp (copy-item), and lots of others you'd expect if you're familiar with Linux.
Of course. But if I'm going to use an antenna, then what the fuck would I be paying the cable company for?!
Indeed. I stopped paying them a couple years ago. Antenna for up-to-date local channels (where nearly everything I want to watch is), Netflix for the rest. HBO Now is tempting, though. I might look into it.
I can subscribe to a lot of VOD services, as well as buy many BD movies for the price I was paying for my television before.
Y'know, there's this impressive upsampling technology known as an "antenna". It converts your horrible-quality cable-delivered local channels to crisp, clear, 1080i.
Add an HDHomerun, a Raspberry Pi 2, MythTV (or TVHeadend or whatever...) and Kodi, and you're all set.
Just so we're all on the same page here regarding numbers:
The SSME (Space Shuttle Main Engine) high presssure oxidizer turbopump produces 23,260 horsepower. The high pressure fuel turbopump produces 71,147 horsepower. That's just over 70 MEGAWATTS. There are also low-pressure turbopumps in play, and there were three of them per shuttle.
The Rocketdyne F-1 (Saturn V main engine) turbopump produced 41 megawatts. There were 5 in the first stage.
Still wonder why we don't use electric pumps?
This is in support of CoreCLR, the version of
.NET isn't an interpreted-bytecode runtime. It never has been. It's always been JIT compiled. Always.