That seems somewhat disingenuous to me, almost like purchasing in bad faith if you intend to read and then return the book, for example
There's the implied "so it should work on your machine, so it's broken on your end"
Our multiplayer servers can handle the load on release day
Don't use hard coded values, ever... you're almost halfway there
logfile = c:\logs\log.log
Yeah, that won't work once you move to a different platform for example.
I have hammer, problem is nail
Then there's some undocumented/missed configuration on your machine that doesn't translate to the dev or test server
* I need root access
* This brand new shiny framework/tool/whatever that does the exact same thing as seven other things we already used in previous projects is better than those others.
* I don't need to think about performance
* I can fully test all the use cases myself.
None of these hard coded values will make it into production, we'll rewrite those entire sections and use property values and external variables to define them.
I think it was October last year, right before xmas kicked in
Why yes, Kindle software runs on many devices, you don't get access to the Kindle Owner's Lending Library unless you have an actual kindle registered to your
As the site says,
The Kindle Owners' Lending Library is available to Amazon Prime members—paid Amazon Prime, paid Amazon Student, 30-day free trial, and customers receiving a free month of Prime benefits with a Kindle Fire device—who own a Kindle device.
for $99 a year they would want to expand their Android video player to work on most or all phones and tablets, and add any device that can read Kindle books to the book lending program.
you had to pay for a device to read it on, too.
maybe if they offered it to people who don't own kindles...
Best Buy is hardly a local seller, they just have a local presence
add that to the sales tax additions in Indiana, and I have been shopping around again, a lot.
(yes, I know I should be paying use tax anyway)