Get off my lawn, noob.
How do you put up a parking page that listens on loopback?
By sitting in a board room without any clue where your money comes from.
Can anyone come up with a sensible reason to implement such a thing?
Or, perhaps, you were hired to find a scapegoat. Honestly, who cares; they need the project to work, so make it work.
The project is yours. Guess a rewrite timeline, send it to your boss, and get to work. While they bicker on it, send them updates. If you are going to get fired, it was going to happen anyway; you can still do good work in the meantime.
The typical VoIP packetization interval is 20ms. At their highest bitrate, you would be transmitting 48 bits (or 6 bytes) of data per packet.
However, RTP packets have 54 bytes of overhead, and 20ms of G.729 is 20 bytes. Switching from G.729 to codec 2, the net bandwidth would only be a 19% decrease in bandwidth. For comparison, the last widespread codec change (G.711 to G.729) was a 65% decrease in bandwidth. It would be a much harder sell.
On the other hand, VoIP could use the bandwidth for redundancy; perhaps a moving window of 60ms every 20 ms to protect against single packet loss. It could happen...
They do have a way. They asked if it had already been determined.
The correct response is, "We don't know."
Am I the only person that read the headline and thought CPU? Misled?
The judgement of the responding officer was to file a report. Sensible enough. The arrest happened a week later.
RTFA. This opinion is not applicable.
Also, "I win this debate" while the opponent is in mourning. Classy.
> I'll attribute most of this to personal pain... but seriously, Scott needs to dial it back a notch. When you go into threats of killing someone...
Considering what he probably experienced in the weeks leading up to the blog post, I choose to cut him some slack, and not quote that statement when describing him in the future.
Saunders, on the other hand, was downright petty to "win the debate" with Scott Adams while he was probably working out funeral arrangements. What a @#%@5.
Also people don't seek principle sources. An account from the owner of the third Tesla fire incident.
http://www.teslamotors.com/blog/model-s-owner-tennessee (I think this was on slashdot a couple weeks ago...)
"This experience does not in any way make me think that the Tesla Model S is an unsafe car. I would buy another one in a heartbeat."
I expect that the current NHTSA probe is going to end up a huge win for Tesla and Musk.
[aol.com] Sounds like a phishing scam.
People keep building banks, and other people keep robbing them. So yes, recurring problem.
For those curious, there are currently 12 million bitcoin in existence, with a net value of about $4.3 billion.
Our Nook Tablet ran the stock software for nearly a year. It was terrible. I finally gave up on them rolling out a decent update and installed Cyanogenmod back in December.
It is an excellent bit of hardware, but management got in the way of the software. Too little to late; good bye Barnes and Noble