Devops is not killing off developers. What it is doing is combining the jobs of a traditional Release Engineer and a traditional Linux System Administrator. It's right up my alley, actually, so I am looking to move on for exactly such a position.
Will it require you to SMACK the restore key to get it to register?
Will it take 1.5 seconds to boot up?
If you press reset will you be able to switch the last bitmap in video RAM onto the screen (easier to do on the C=128 with included reset button and GRAPHICS command)?
Will the power supply be prone to overheating?
Will I/O be painfully slow?
All that said I miss my Commodore, despite all its faults.
Prove that statement, please.
If it weren't for those vaccines, Jenny would be sporting every STD in existence.
> Turns out they have a huge market value after all, once the idea was out for a while and people came up with ways to use the phenomenon.
Absolutely.which raises the question of who was the first person with a laser to think "I wonder if the cat will chase the dot?"
That's "How to be a BOFH"
More likely it's the result of the infinite improbability drive. I just hope that the Universe and Arthur Dent never meet.
The L88 isn't hard to beat. Solid lifters that need constant adjustment, hot-running engine in a car with the heat and defroster deleted, with a poor unstreetable idle in a car whose performance is matched by today's family sedans, all that and only 7mpg city, 10mpg highway - if you can find the fuel to keep the 12.5:1 compression engine running happily.
But where would pointy heads fit in the two hours of pointless disorganized required attendance meetings per day? Engineers will then be down to about 3.5 hours (you cannot include required break time) to get actual work done.
He jacks off while watching porn on his smartphone of course. Stupid question. Sheesh!!
Because of innovations such as:
"$foo, on an electronic computer. Pay up, fools!! "
and then more brilliant innovation:
"$foo as like on an electronic computer, but on one in a wireless communications device form factor which makes it different so nyeah!! Gimme mah money, biznatch!!"
It is overly simplistic on the surface but it is the correct answer, although the reason is far more complex and students are free to read up on it further in the library, or online.
The reason for the seasons is a fourth or fifth grade science subject. Of course astronomy graduates ought to be able to answer such simple questions.
Not quite. It's because god squeezed the tube from the middle rather than neatly from the bottom up, leaving a lot left in the tube. So much for omnipotence.