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The answer seems simple. Ask for guest access to a server that they configured. If they don't have something like that you could set up a simple lamp server and have them perform some basic tasks.
Its a trap! He can't repel firepower of that magnitude!
Compatibility with all devices would fly in the face of steve's vision! Apple doesn't want cross platform apps. They want developers to take advantage of apple's latest innovations!
I also think R is a good language to teach students. I used matlab for my engineering degree, but my girlfriend uses R for her science degree.
I still love matlab, and its definately the industry standard, but it costs too much. R is the next best thing and its free!
I just tried it and it's pretty clear why Apple approved it. Opera Mini is so vastly inferior to the built in safari that all of the non-slashdotites who try it will instantly lose any desire they had for alternative browsers.
Even the nytimes site that is in the default bookmarks is unreadable, and when you try to two-finger zoom in it moves you to some pre-set zoom level that's too far in.