Does that mean we have to file a bug report if they decide to kill a human?
Yuck. I wouldn't want to eat a Camel. That's it, the PETA sticker has to go from my car.
"Microsoft’s long love of the BASIC programming language extends all the way back to 1991."
I guess the prior dozen years just don't count.
A sample of the writing in the article:
"Perl, which works as a CGI scripting language, found its most popular use in generating Web pages."
Whether or not you know weather is not climate, you won't know how thick the ice is until you climb it.
Come back in 10 years when it can be called a "classic" platform.
All the companies I've worked for didn't allow a split-tunnel VPN from corporate laptops.
Split-tunnel pretty much kills the whole point of using a VPN.
That's from the corporate IT point of view.
From my own machine point of view, having all my traffic routed to my employer kills the whole point of having a fast Internet connection.
He should run the VPN in a VM and not on his main host, to avoid this dumb VPN client from hijacking his traffic.
When my FiOS went from 25/25 to 50/25, my measured rate went from 25/25 to 60/40! I hope that with this "update", I don't end up being downgraded to 50/50.
I think it would be funny to steal cars and program to circle the Beltway endlessly until they run out of gas. We could see how many we could get going at once. It'd be even better if we could put them into 'Senior Citizen' mode, where they randomly speed up and slow down, and change lanes without signalling.
Randomly speeding up or slowing down, and changing lanes without signalling is called "Massachusetts Mode".
Unpacking 'shar' archives via 'sh' considered dangerous.
Of the two (I've programmed for both), I'd go with Android (and not "CarPlay").
But, my car is a Leaf and far too much crap is integrated into their existing dashboard systems.