Ok, thanks for the insight.
Ok, thanks for the insight.
I think you are still referring to public repos, which is great. I have an account and projects I make public. It's the private for pay repos I don't really understand the market for.
This is what I am wondering. What is the benefit of a private repo hosted on someone else's platform that you don't control. Any company with source they want to keep private would probably be hosting themselves. I am sure there are use cases but how much money do they actually make with private repos?
I myself use github and its great. But if I am hacking around with concept stuff I usually just push it to my own private server, not to a github private repo i would have to pay for.
There is also gitlab if you really want the gui.
We still have legacy AIX. I know folks that work in that team. Battle hardened vets.
7/10 You managed to get a few sparks and gave me a chuckle.
The guy with the smallest one is most likely to think in that context.
I think you meant Gb and not GB. At those speeds I think there will start to be bottlenecks along the way that will also need to be addressed. When I said Jesus Christ I meant in the context of "Must be nice to have those kinds of problems". I am all for more...me and my measly 3.5Mb/s and 512Kbps up. This is quite normal for many people and if we really want to go into the "Information Age" as you put it, we need to start thinking about raising the floor for all instead of having speeds that only a small number of people can take advantage of.
Lets mostly get to 10 right? My heart will not bleed for the anyone with 500Mb/sec (full duplex no doubt).
I have about 3.5 Mbps and I can watch MLB.TV as well. Gets choppy if my kid jumps onto Netflix or Youtube though.
It must suck trying to cause mayhem with 1000ms ping times.
Who uses Wikipedia as a trusted source? It's value is in quick information on a number of non contentious topics. Going to Toronto and want to get some quick facts about the city? Wikipedia is great for that. I just wouldn't use it to make any important decisions, and maybe it really doesn't need to be that anyway.
Nods in agreement. Adjusts own onion belt.
Turn off the alarm clock.
Then they may have just shot themselves in the foot as well. If there were only 15000 women on the world's largest site and millions of men, it is hard to believe that the second tier sites are not the same. Lol, the world's biggest sausage fest. Good luck 'rest of industry'.
I am genuinely happy that your kids did well, says plenty about their character and also yourself as a parent. However, I do not know what 'picking their own switch' and becoming successful has anything to do with each other. There are consequences that are possible without violence so it seems like you are kind of polarizing the issue. The choice is not hit or do absolutely nothing.
Since we are being anecdotal, my parents never hit me once. They imposed discipline in other ways and I have become successful in school and my career as well. My wife and I have have also never hit my son and he is very well behaved.
"The hands that help are better far than the lips that pray." -- Robert G. Ingersoll