Nice idea. However I am working with code that can't escape the office network. And anyway we also have Crucible if we want to do proper code review.
Yes, but vanity seems to overcome this. The whole simplistic notion of a single score to describe a mental ability that is as broad as "intelligence" is lacking in scientific rigour. But apparently clever people are too clever to need rigour.
Emailing python is unusual. I tend to er, commit to Git and let people pull my changes.
Emailing Perl can be hard too because so few people know how to write decent Perl that you end up reading rubbish.
You fed the troll. Whoops.
Obviously he wouldn't enjoy it so he doesn't do it. The reason the strip was great was because the quality threshold was so high. Reading through the books gives constant laughs. If it carried on without much love then it would be a very differeny matter.
I am glad he stopped.
Wow, I never knew there was an anti-Calvin and Hobbes troll possible but you have found it!
Genuinely, I am impressed. You should use this one in other places.
Ah yes. I forgot how easy it was to sneak a laptop and a VR headset onto a rollercoaster. This is almost certainly planned by a PR agency. It probably happened but quite deliberately to get us to pay attention to their VR tech.
They are not in a perpetual state of religious fervour though. So there must be some element of conscious decision involved.
Sorry, you have drastically over-simplified this, and you're wrong. There is still choice.
It is much more helpful for you to say that they have made a decision to choose this religion and not to go looking for others. Of course you can also point out that some people feel coerced into it, but I wasn't referring to people for whom that was the case. I was only referring to people I know who I am pretty damn certain can go exploring whatever religions they feel like.
It's a different discussion to talk about the general choices of religion throughout the world.
I know too many smart highly-educated Christians to think that religion is merely some lack of applied thought.
It's a choice they made, knowingly and subjectively, to have religious faith.
I don't happen to agree with them, but that is their decision.
My team wanted to use bookmarks instead of HG branches. Sadly our version of Rhodecode did not support them. So we've moved the team to Git and it's actually turning out OK. Yes, different and I miss the simplicity of HG and the lovely logical nature of it. Git feels more inconsistent. But it's doing the job.
Maybe you want HG instead of Git?
As someone who moved from SVN to HG and now from HG to Git for the same codebase, it's quite a natural step.
The HG to Git move was because of branching behaviour, which we preferred in Git, plus the ability to use Stash.
Git has its quirks but I'm having zero problems moving.
I'd always always go with HG over SVN, any day of the week and twice on a Sunday.
It was the insinuation of who burned them down that I was referring to. Tinfoil hats sell well in your area?
There is not much commercial imperative to do some interesting science though.