Sorry, I forgot this is an american site. Those temperatures are in Celsius.
What the hell are you talking about? I live in Canada, and where I am our winters average between -15 to -30, sometimes -40 on a bad day. Last winter, on all of those days, I saw Tesla's out in full force, including my friend's. It's already proven to be fine. Stop spreading FUD.
Is the battery life not as good as it is in "nominal" (it has problems with very hot temperatures as well)? For sure. Is it unusable? Absolutely not. You can even tell it to start heating from your iWhatever device before you ever get in (or A/C, for that matter).
Lots of people care, including myself. I develop using
.NET is in no way "dead", despite your obvious hatred for it.
That's the whole point of the article - they are paying taxes. Each uber driver is operated as a consultant, and therefore they must pay income taxes on monies earned from uber.
This is perfectly acceptable, and the exact same model used to say hire a contract IT worker for 6 months. The company doesn't pay tax for that worker if they're on contract, but the worker pays income tax when tax time comes in April. It's not that complicated.
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There's a pretty big difference in listening for aliens, and actively sending out messages. He was advocating not to do the latter; he never said the former was bad.
I hire a lot of developers for my company, and recent grads are slotted in our "junior" role (unless they somehow had a lot of experience during university) and the starting salary is between $55-70k depending on many factors that are personal to them. I have never hired anyone out of university for $100k, and I think that is nuts. Companies should pay for quality, not ambition.
Ahhhh... it read it as HTML. I put "less than or equal to 1024 at least."
I don't understand why anyone working on a website would only test with like 1280 resolution. The first thing you always do is test at at least
Also try shrinking your browser (to make it the same size as any phone) and the stupid icons overlap the summary so you can't even read it.
My Slashdot layout just changed, there's no more 'read more' button. Just 'share'. You have to find the small annotation in the top right for the comments? What the hell.