I also enjoy Jeff K and timothy.
The company you'll see in the 2020 Fortune 250 who deals with all that nastiness is being formed right now because you get the willies.
Easy; recruit the students who wrote thesis in *your* language.
Push it into the Universities (stray Dollars help), drive curriculum, ensure adoption.
I asked myself,
"Why is timothy still blocked? It's been ten years!"
(months, mod points elapse)
"25 Years Today - Windows 3.0"
Oh, that's right. You can't. It's not a PowerShell script.
Why do I need another utility when I can just use the proper syntax?
This is a workaround to enable (ancient) management methods to be effective in an environment that *many* people have already abandoned.
Massive, heterogeneous, "Enterprisey" deployments benefit from far more complete tools than fucking PowerShell, and nobody I want to work with wants wholesale management of *any part of the thing* through a proprietary black box.
"Watch as James May enjoys the sublime quietude of a Silver Shadow."
Taken a look at the top projects lately?
Swatch Group Stock.
Shit on the wrist is set to comeback just as well.
Have a master document and leave it up to the head tech writer.
Hard copies, red pens, document imaging system.
Springfield, MO... Dallas, TX... Tampa, San Francisco all have caps, resistors, lamp sockets and piezos.
Maybe your market is a dumping ground for dusty Tandy DIPs, I don't know. I'd like to be there for it, if so.
They just tried too late, and made such a tepid entry, it only served to get people exposed locally, and ultimately hooked up with SparkFun and Adafruit (or eBay for knock-offs which RS could damn well produce in Fort Worth, TX.)
First, RadioShack acknowledged there was a need, so they teamed up with Make and began carrying Arduinos.
Then they made a very public appeal to the community for feedback on how to be awesome again. http://hackaday.com/2011/05/27...
Next, the stores received a Bright White remodel that did nothing but highlight how few people there were in the store, and there was that Super Bowl commercial that may serve as Tandy/Radio Shack Corp's epitaph.
You may notice the rather complete shelf of branded electronics tools and racks of organized component drawers, largely missing from most of the stores you've been in lately.
They could be *owning* the SDR and Quadcopter market with DIY and R2R set-ups, workshops. The 3-D printing and DIY screen repair stations are cool but unused and expensive.
Bottom line; RadioShack's used to *BUZZ* with activity. There were computers humming, disk drives loading, an ungodly cacophony of "Made in Taiwan" beeps and squawks, CB's that needed squelch, and customers enjoying and producing that buzz.
It's gone, and no number of Cell Phones will bring it back.
Domestic Hi-Fi for the blue collar audiophile could, so could an in-house engineering department that hires grads and rewards them with equity. Take the damned thing private for a while, narrow the focus.
Hell, I'd even advocate for a merger with MicroCenter or buyout from Adafruit or SparkFun. (10MM could have bought more than greenfield construction)