But but but +2 megapixels! (behind a lens that could't resolve the 8mpix anyways).
Seems an aweful lot like the exact specs of the Nexus 4, but with a slightly higher resolution camera on both sides. But Locked to a carrier. DO NOT WANT.
obligatory Zorg speech
Only a few people make 2.5x the average...
Only a few people have substantially higher than average intelligence,
Only a few cars have much higher maximum acceleration than the industry average,
Only a few people have substantially lower sprint or marathon times than average,
Only a few drisophila have curlier wings than average...
Only a few people have substantially more acute hearing perception than average,
I'm not sure if it's just the summary, but it seems the author may not understand the nature of the bell curve and why it's a decent model for population distributions.
Had being the important tense. I work as a computer sub contractor. I have been in a LOT of branches of banks, power utilities, big box stores, restaurants, telephone exchanges, defence sites, that sort of thing. The only place I have seen a VMS machine this decade is a certain video store chain who's parent company went bankrupt (and stopped supporting/upgrading their IT) last decade.
Indeed, what will their customer use now?
Or batteries that catch fire when you try to use them. Major power cables run at the lowest point of the vessel, etc.
Wait, what? you can't write emails or use calender while not connected to the network? what app are you using? I have a stock Nexus 4 with exchange, imap, and gmail accounts and I can use all 3 in airplane mode - just can't sync or send.
oh nevermind, you're just trolling.
I saw it coming... Before one of my banks put them on ALL their cards I got a survey about how much I would like them. All my asnwers were the most negative on their scale and multiple write-ins (in the write in space) to the effect of OMFG NO, worst idea ever!
Sadly I was apparently the only one who thought so because now they do not have any credit cards that do not have NFC.
Also, read the article. The authors were experimenting and came across some bugs in some pretty hairy edge cases (hundreds of simultaneous snapshots, large disk array suddenly becoming full, etc) that did not cause data loss. They eventually decided not to use BTRFS on one type of system but are using it on others.
To me, the article was a good thing... But I would have preferred if it was worded as here are some edge case bugs that need fixing before BTRFS is used in our scenario, rather than that these were show stoppers... Because these are not likely show stoppers to anyone who's not implementing the exact same scenario.
Also It sounds like they should jitter the start time of the backups...
Sound more like Fleming than Orwell, especially as it's in The Hague.
Not so easy when it's an entire company with no real IT planning and everyone has random programs and random data that all needs to work for everyone to do their job.
Cool, thanks. it's been a while since I did a complicated DB project; perhaps it's time to fire up a VM and try 'em out. How about triggers?
Word. I prefer Postgres. But then again I have not done a comparison in a very long time. I know that MySQL (and by extension MariaDB) has been ACID compliant for several years if you pick the right backend, but does anyone know if either supports Views and stored procedures?
Koodo has $60 unlimited and a 10% discount for sim-only, but only for "new customers" so when we got our Nexus 4's, my wife got the discount but I did not (even though my micro-sim was new).