Well then, sounds like you've identified yourself a business opportunity.
Yup, I switched from Eclipse to IntelliJ IDEA for my regular Java development as well as Android.
It's faster, leaner, more helpful, and has a far less cluttered UI.
I just wish it wasn't $199, I'd totally buy a personal license for $99. (There's zero chance of my employer buying it for me.)
that, and i can't figure out why it's better.
Both ANT and Maven represent your build script as huge horrific XML files. Gradle uses a simple human-readable JSON-like syntax.
That and ANT is goddamn slow.
Quote: "Chrome Remote Desktop is fully cross-platform. Provide remote assistance to Windows, Mac and Linux users, or access your Windows (XP and above) and Mac (OS X 10.6 and above) desktops at any time, all from the Chrome browser on virtually any device, including Chromebooks."
So it sounds like it's supposed to work.
Funny, but I thought citizens were guaranteed rights to a fair trial.
What a quaintly pre-9/11 notion.
I miss Micropolis.
I don't. I worked in data recovery back then, and we used to nickname them "Micrapolis" because we saw so many.
You mean like only allowing official Microsoft-branded memory?
DOJ didn't do shit.
Eh, I find RedHat way too conservative. RHEL is still shipping Ruby 1.8, for example, and only has 1.9 in beta, even though 1.8 was EOL 6 months ago and 2.0 is stable.
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Seems to me if you make sure your premium number is on the "Do not call" list, you should be in the clear.
... why would they want to thaw hundreds or thousands of people who are jobless with no family or means to support themselves, and will need extensive education and rehabilitation to re-enter society?
Slave labor. Medical experimentation. To put in zoos. There are many possibilities.
In my password vault application I have 74 web sites over 15 computer logins
I work with computers and do a lot of online shopping, so I have over 600 login/password combinations in mine. Seriously.
Because the sexual moors of the early 20th century and prior are something we want to return to?
Is that the ghost of Myra Hindley I hear?
That doesn't explain why Java doesn't use the OS information for date and time formats and other i18n issues.