Yeah the objection voiced above seems to be based in the premise that people won't know about Kindles if they're not on display in their bookstore. Sort of like how if I close my eyes, you can't see me.
...or, they could have a zero-tolerance policy for all screenings and people who can't put their phones away during a movie can take their 'private screen' and go elsewhere.
In my opinion, this is a pretty serious change in stance for Oracle and amounts to killing free Java for certain types of applications, at least if you care about accuracy.
If there are free alternatives, then why would that amount to killing free Java for certain types of applications?
If you know what to type to reach it, is there a link to it in your brain?
The big banks launder far too much Mexican drug money to allow that to happen.
Is an object with no external links to it truly online? Is it offline? Is it in a superposition of online and offline?
The mind boggles.
I'm guessing they're happy selling cider and don't have any interest or expertise in servicing computers.
A parking brake on an automatic and a handbrake on a manual are not built the same.
At any rate, at those speeds, the handbrake probably wouldn't have helped much.
assert should be compiled away in production code.
And yet, unchecked input is the root of almost all software vulnerabilities
Except for the causal loop.
Personally, I liked 12 Monkeys.
All I know is that I'm still waiting for my goddamn hover board!
As long as he doesn't create an alternate universe where Greedo shot first, Vader made C3P0, the Force-sensitivity is a bacterial infection, and force-ghosts got 20 years younger, we should be just fine.
Right... polar bears it is then!
Still no sign of oil. What a f*ckin waste!