Yup, I almost always go with Intel for my SSDs now. Not sure what I'm going to go to replace my 1TB Seagate backup drive, though; I don't know whether there are any SSDs that big that are of decent quality and affordable.
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There's a difference between conquering and/or outcompeting a people and lining them up for systematic mass slaughter.
Hahahaha. So if Turkey had just driven the Armenians out of their homelands and left them to die in the desert (and only killed SOME of them), then that would've be A-OK?
It was a genocide. There may have been awful things happened to precipitate it, but it was a genocide and the record is fairly clear on this.
It would take courage for Turkey to accept this part of their past, apologize for it, and show that they are big enough to accept the bad and the good in their past. But they aren't, nationally, and these hackers are an example of that.
So when is the USA gonna 'fess up about its genocide of the native Americans?
This election won't be about gender or any substantive issues. The only choice is going to be between Crazy and Not Crazy and Hillary wins that going away.
Yeah. It's not like there are third parties or anything. First-past-the-post is an awesome electoral system!
No staging area - having to learn (and remember to keep constantly using) the mq extension to get similar-but-more-complex functionality - breaks the tie for me. In git's favour.
When I'm forced to use TFS for a project, I use Git locally and Git-TFS to keep them in sync. Now I commit often, all day long, tracking all my changes and (relatively) easy rolling them back or reordering them if necessary.
Lucky you. Where I am, we have such an enormous amount of crap checked into TFS classic that Git-TFS can't handle it.
Their director general is even named 'bigot'!
"Usually when I work, so much of my thought process is internal monologue," he said, "but with live streaming I try to narrate my thought process out loud. This has forced me to think through problems a little differently than I otherwise would, which has been really beneficial for me."
Yeah, just wait until you're in an actual office with other developers who try to narrate their thought processes out loud. You'll be wanting to throw chairs through windows in no time.
On average, developers who work remotely earn more than developers who don't.
I'm in the UK. Someone really needs to tell me how you get this double-whammy of goodness. I always end up getting employers that require me to be physically in the office and, apparently, lower wages.
So have a checkin hook that refuses to accept any checkins with lines that don't match
Linus actually likes 8 space tabs, on the grounds that if indentation starts to push code off the edge of the screen your code is wrong.
Good job I have a 5000px ultra-widescreen monitor.
Have you ever hiked long distances with a bottle of vodka? I have. It's not the vodka that's the PITA, it's the bottle.
Buy a metal canteen.
Why do people want to take proprietary languages and libraries and use them on open source projects?
Speaking for myself - because C# w/
Uh no, overpower the one guy who is trying to crash the plane, and land it. Yes, I'm sure there would always be 1 or 2 people on the plane who could be guided into landing it safely.