Now they can admit it.
I love your
Barge and tug. Not everything fits in a container.
I got a NAM for coding in 1987, and my (regular, active duty) job was to actually code.
Or that attorney who tried to sue "the oatmeal" I forget his name...
I was thinking "troll" but you might be right
Sorry to read about your small penis. I have read recently that purchasing a cadillac might help.
I own two aircraft. Doesn't change my age. What are you compensating for and why do you think a cadillac helps?
You sounded old at "cadillac"
I don't think I would enjoy the drive.
And mine. There never was a world of "with many eyeballs, all bugs are shallow"
Complaining about V1 community strings makes as much sense as "discovering" that telnet is insecure.
Don't use V1 if you are concerned about this. There is no promise of security and never was.
Yes, learning another language is not hard. And to use your example, if most languages are more alike than not, why do we need another one? It's all just riffs on the same core.
I am working (until Friday) w/a group of children who download every shiny thing on the internet and throw it into production. The result is chaos and they are rather proud of it. Amazing to watch, impressive if it worked. It doesn't work, and they spend a lot of time tinkering. Oh, well. Someday they will discover girls and have better things to do. I hope.
I hope you are ready when the population of southern California moves to where the water is. Don't worry, they will bring some "cool" with them. It will have to be an improvement.