People have been saying MBA's are worthless for a while. Look at this http://content.time.com/time/m...
Key quote from the article: "Lutz says, we need to fire the M.B.A.s and let engineers run the show."
It's actually far worse than just Forbes... . He writes a blog for the NYTimes (christ its tech coverage is crap), Huff Post and he is a talking head on various business shows. And some sort of conman... er, I mean, motivational speaker. The guy makes a living talking, but not actually doing much else.
Maybe he can't get a date because he's a creep? Please Google "Nice guys of OKCupid." Look at the women who actually commented on his post: http://webcache.googleusercont...
It's the same error as always: correlation != causation. The guy isn't actually a techie, but a manager (overhead), who has no credentials whatsoever: http://resume.jeffreifman.com/
I understand that this was meant to be a joke, and I find it funny. But if only it worked that way. Sure it's a bunch of guys, but they're still mostly all straight, which does me no good. Might as well go live at Wellesley College.
jasonla writes: We all knew this was coming, right? From the article:
"The U.S. National Security Agency knew for at least two years about a flaw in the way that many websites send sensitive information, now dubbed the Heartbleed bug, and regularly used it to gather critical intelligence, two people familiar with the matter said."
I've done PHP for 10 years, and then switched to C#, and I'm never looking back. EVER.
Not only is the language shit, but look at the implementation: http://use.perl.org/use.perl.o...
If the value of the variable is larger than INT_MAX.... do this... there we go, overflow averted... -_-
FireSSH is better. The client runs locally on your machine through FF. No server plugin required. And you don't have to worry about the server hosting the HTML5 frontend going down with FireSSH, unlike this Gate One's 404 and 500 errors.