Obviously the cops preventative security and vetting doesn't work as well as it should - thats what happens when you let individual towns run their own cops instead of the state.
Obviously taking their Cue for Julian Assange who has who seem to think rule 2 is "No member of the faculty is to maltreat the "Abos" in any way whatsoever—if there's anyone watching."
ask most UK employees with a share save and they would not agree with you I have options at 4 share price now is 7.63 any one with a share sahve coming otu this year is quids in given the FTSE 100 is at an all time high
given there are cuts in the military budget coming sounds like a good way to lose all the pork that comes with having bases and federal installations plus losing all that local income tax the people working there pay.
Well the mole hunt for the fifth and mooted sixth man didn't do the UK and US security services much good arguably helped drive Jesus Angleton (the real one not the Laudry files one) round the bend.
Doing speech recognition to reliably detect say even the 20 most common problems with a help desk that might be harder than you think
you are not going to have massive range at 200 and 280 GHz
As I recall a senior member of the BSI telling me when I was working on a research project that went towards the development of BS 5750 AKA ISO 9000. Sounds like Mr Kakal doesn't really understand either IT or Production engineering
And it can be hard to get of the vocational track in some European countries in the past it was almost impossible to start on the vocational track and end up as a CENG or PE.
Yes when I left school in the UK there was still just a vocational track - now with the emphasis in degrees the cohort that woudl have done Apprenticeships and Technicians now go to university - leaving a much less bright group to recruit from.
Yes I remember doing the BA London to Edinburgh route for BT a few times just walk up to the desk plonk your card down a quick beer and walk from the lounge/bar to plane and 40 min later in Edinburgh -probably not as easy to do these days
yes but its the cost of insurance will they enforce a general pool so the evey one pays for pooled risk and those with rare conditions don't get priced out of the market
If your rich Like Larry you don't have to worry about it if your an average person like me who has just been put onto the Kidney transplant list in the UK - Id nevver get employed in the USA under the current regime.
aprt from the 30% rebate for skilled workers is not to shabby for those willing to work in holland and the extremely generous tax breaks on your mortgages.
10 Mill is not a lot I know on large company that spent £1,000,000 redeveloping an existing system in Oracle because Oracle was corporate standard and because some one was playing politics going for promotion and needed to have run a project of that size to tick the boxes.