Veuillez poster en anglais, s'il vous plait.
Courriel according to the Académie française
One point that is not in the original Guardian article is that this is a proposal only, and a proposal that only applies to French companies that are part of the "Syntec" work agreement.
And it only applies to 200 000 workers whose worktime is not counted not in hours but in days (forfait jour), not one million..
That means they can work much more that 35 hours / week.
The limit being the labour law, ie: you must have rest period of at least 11 consecutive hours between each day of work and 35 consecutive hours each week. (so they can theorically work up to 88 hours in a week)
The modification to the agreement implies that during these mandatory rest periods the worker has to disconnect from work email, remote access.
Seems fair to me..
A true IT professional should be able to read technical documents in English, which is the de facto standard language for CS
One complaining about not being able to read English, needs to be told he'll be doing a great favor to himself by improving his english level.
Recently, physicists Ronan Keane and Wei-Ming Zhang wrote a paper and studied on antimatter propulsion. Their latest results from computer simulators have shown that at least one key component in creating a working antimatter propulsion engine is that of highly efficient magnetic nozzles. Their studies have shown that these nozzles need to be efficient and that it is feasible to make them this way using our current technology.
Keane and Zhang also outlined how the particles would avoid a matter/antimatter annihilation as they exit the engine. Their technique relies on charged pions that result from proton-antiproton collisions. A nozzle that emits a strong magnetic field could channel the emitted charged particles into a focused stream of charged pions accelerating them to make an even stronger thrust.
Past calculations showed the nozzle's efficiency was only 36 percent, but Keane and Zhang redesigned the nozzles to be 85 percent efficient, making the a speed of around 70 percent the speed of light possible, given a pion exit speed of 80 percent of the speed of light. Such a speed gets us to Proxima Centauri 4.3 light years away in 6 years."
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The average for the video bitrate seems to be at least 25 mbits/s, add the audio and you get 30 Mb/s.
This law reminds me of the precrime from Minority Report.. At least in the US FBI entraps the suspect before jailing him.
What's next in "Le pays des Droits de l'Homme" ? Jailing someone because a "Total Information Awareness"-like program consider him a terrorist-wanabee ? (he read the wrong book and regularly shops in ethnic grocery stores)
I guess the morality of the executive leadership can affect the morality of the corporation's acts.
Sometimes the main shareholders are real humain beings with a conscience, which may affect their choices for the corporation.
Even if we accept the idea that every corporations are without conscience, they may a least be concerned and be affected by their customers perception of their acts.
If we excuse someone just because others did/do the same or worse, everything is excusable.
They make very high IOPS storage devices in the form of PCI Express cards with solid state ram.
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That was so much of an "innovation" that its successor has only one size of controller.
A monthly subscription mandatory to play online, that's the kind of innovation i can live without.