Rather Close. We have a star 4 light years away that isn't doing much to our orbit.
Perhaps they will put them in Sales, so their sales will match their product quality.
If you want to put your company out of business then go to SAP. That way you can blame someone else.
Man that guy must be working with a really old data center.
I mean he got disconnected, off a an old Hayes modem, without CRC.
I am surprised he could connect and post on slashdot at 2400bps.
I had wasted way too many hours mesmerized by that screen saver of galaxies colliding on xwindows.
I would try to make bets which galaxy would come out on top. The big one or the small one that is tightly bound. Or world they just merge together into a super galaxy, or will they both explode. Sigh my GPA would probably have been a few points higher if it wasn't for that screensaver.
Well back in the 1990's the common web page was text with a few hyper links, and if you were really fancy you had a picture.
The bottle neck was the speed of the line.
However html has transformed from a way to displaying documents, to more of an application platform.
Complain if you like about it, but it is here to stay, and modern heavy html has solved a lot of problems. Such as platform independent programs, universal access to a program, easy deployment, etc...
Yes we have sacrificed speed for convenience, but I think it is worth it.
Depend on location.
In Boston or NYC, that pay is low. In Albany that is a really good salary for skilled workers.
Well half of the article is boasting how great he is.
The next part is saying he doesn't trust his work force.
Then he gives a vague business idea without much numbers.
And phrased in in a form of advice.
Sorry, he is only going to get ridiculed for being a pompas ass.
Bugs happen even with the best developers.
Not factoring in the cost of fixing bugs into your project is your mistake not theirs.
Often these bugs are not true bugs but misinterpretation of the specs, and needs to be reworked.
Do you rehire good contractors or at least give them as recon adaptions? If so the idea that these contractors will write bugs intentionally just to make money, is rather silly, as they are risking their future jobs.
If you are so masterful yourself and you are also the boss, you should see what the bugs are, and if they make sense, to have happen or if they are just blatantly put in.
I haven't been paid, but I actually do like Windows 8.
A lot less eye candy, and it runs really fast. I haven't ran across any compatibility issues. Or system crashes. Sure the MetroApps are close to useless, however that is only part of the OS.
So you want Adds in the middle of your shows?
Lotus 123 use to be the main business spreadsheet, and combined with word perfect, you were ready for business.
But I guess DOS is now done.
Well it is a step in the right direction. If you look at a globe Australia south of Far East Asia.
Sure they can do business with the Yanks and the Brits, but they are missing their closest neighbors.