I give my work a solid 30%, sometimes up to 40% and for rare days up to 50%, but those levels aren't sustainable. Plus I freaking hate it. I'm not going to apologize for failing to devote all of my waking (and sleeping) hours to my job. You'll get a highly qualified, skilled coder for about 8 hours and after that, I'm on my own. It's none of my client's damn business what I do, but I'll guarantee that it's not going to be related to whatever project they hired me for.
I've tried public ebook libraries and the UI & selection have typically been dreadful. I would happily pay $10/month for something better.
Unfortunately, for me something better has to include some eink reader.
Yes, the principle reason that I play console games is they are easy to rent or buy used.
All of the other features might be nice to have, but I don't see many people buying an XBox to get them since there are perfectly good media streamers for a fraction of the price. It's games first and foremost.
Echo that emotion.
I worked on a web-app that was done in Groovy and Grails. First release was fast and fun, we got lots of functionality out quickly and it was a delight to work with. Fast forward a year to when we had to maintain the code. Every little thing took a lot more work than it should have. Reading code to discover interfaces, scanning backwards to see what types we were working with, dozens of open source files which we'd always have to check because Intellisense wouldn't help with simple function/variable naming. It was a nightmare.
In the end we scrapped it all and rewrote it in Scala. It's not quite as fun at first but it's quite nice and maintenance is a delight. That one experience totally soured me on dynamic languages for any serious applications.
If the vaccines aren't 100% effective and an area has a high vaccination ratio, we would expect that a high percentage of the infected have also been vaccinated. After all, they are the majority. Imagine if one kid in a million isn't vaccinated - we'd expect that virtually all kids in the hospital would be vaccinated since the unvaccinated are so damn hard to find.
Before saying there's something wrong with the vaccine we have to know how the percentage of infected who have been vaccinated compares to the percentage of the population that has been vaccinated.