Leonardo da Vinci was. Way too late.
In my case at least, if there is a div0 in there somewhere then it's invariably a mistake that I need to correct. I'd prefer that the compiler or SDK barf on it or warn me. Philosophically, I suppose I'd prefer that the production code barf as well instead of managing to zoom past some bad logic.
Look at stuff that existed 25 years ago that still exists and is supportable today. That will give you an idea of the *sorts* of things that could be supportable in 25 years.
... I remember when cable TV started putting ads in. Didn't turn out pretty.
I can understand peddling heroin, slaves, nuclear weapons and so forth. But COUPONS! Some things just go beyond the pale.
I vote yes!
Y'all heard about how social status is the inverse of the number of keys you carry? Janitors usually have a big ball of keys, but the President only has one, and a marine carries it around for him.
8 keys, car remote, gym club barcode
Bad FMs tend not to get read leading to more confusion and RTFM comments. WTFM!
I second this. In fact, I'd not expect somebody with 15 years experience to list their GPA in their resume. I rarely see GPA on resume except for interns and first-job applicants. Relevant real-world experience is best. Security certs might be worthwhile I don't know. Never looked into them. Relevant certs won't hurt. I'd steer clear of any for-profit IT type college for the usual reasons.
Similarly, a lot of contractors I use have ancient email domains. I don't care if a roofer or concrete guy has an outdated email. OTOH - seeing AOL or Hotmail on a Dev's resume would tell me they, to say the least, aren't up to date or are completely tone-deaf.
Bad idea. Might cause damage to the company-owned tire iron!
Too funny. I just got an email saying that "people are looking at your LinkedIn profile". "This member chose to be shown as anonymous".
I guess I should take those nuclear launch codes off my LinkedIn page. Remind me to get around to that sometime.
I averaged my location (frame of reference, Earth) and find my average location to be the Center of the Earth.