Such as? Have you specifically come across something that didn't work?
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But then someone would bitch about how
I'm not really "in the know", but last I heard, Upstart was mostly a giant mess that didn't really work. Is that incorrect?
Personally, I found it kinda, well, comprehensible, unlike init.
The operating system doesn't hide extensions, the graphical shell does. Unless you configure it not to.
C# running on a 168MHz Cortex-M4 with 1MB of flash and 192KB of RAM. This particular "module" replaces the older one that used a 72MHz ARM7 with 512KB of flash and 64KB of RAM.
I see it as the evidence of the end of Java. Oracle sees Java as a vehicle for affiliate link clicks and adware kickbacks. It's more than a little sad.
Yeah. If only the UI paradigm for "modern" apps didn't suck.
That's why everyone who works on Mono should be so excited about the
.NET places no requirements on MSSQL. Me personally, I store my data in a mix of MSSQL. Postgres, SQLite, Cassandra, Lucene (the Java version), and yes, even Firebird (and I absolutely do NOT recommend Firebird).
If you want to host ASP.NET code on Linux, there are various ways to host Mono's version, using Apache, Nginx, and other servers: http://www.mono-project.com/do...
So a no-name CEO of a tiny little startup (who doesn't know the difference between a platform and a language) doesn't hire
Tee hee. Keep posting, I'm enjoying it.
The ".NET stack" only runs on "SQLServer"? You either have a funny definition of ".NET stack" or you're completely ignorant.
No, he was merely giving that as an example of the power one senator has. In this case, it wasn't that a cancellation bill was placed on hold, it was that the amendment sponsored by Wicker was passed, directing NASA to finish it.
6 years since release, and the nicest thing that can be said for it is that it's growing steadily.
LINQ the DSL was the big news when it was released, but in the real world, it has gotten very little traction. The Enumerable extension methods that are the plumbing behind it, however (after all, the DSL simply gets translated into calls to this stuff by the compiler), are quite common.
LINQ, or the Enumerable extension methods? Results (can be) similar, language is very different.
The enumerable extension methods plus lambdas is more similar to Java's stream API, but only an insane person would prefer Java's implementation. As for LINQ (the DSL for working with the same methods), it's FAR less common. I rarely see it in practice, and I don't generally prefer it.