Apple and, to be fair, Google & others, want cheaper workers. That's ok. They want to keep costs down. Shareholders agree. They want to artifically control the labor market. That's less ok. They should realize the short-term costs (fines) and longer-term costs (loss of IP). http://www.inc.com/associated-...
Companies really like Chinese engineers. Many are highly degreed, many of those are highly educated, they work hard and they're cheap. Only a few are going to steal IP. If a dedicated Chinese engineer has family back in China there's no way to know what kind of pressure the Chinese govt is going to apply, and, IMHO, it's all about the Chinese govt. Ya pays yer money, ya takes yer chances. I would like to encourage Apple to hire lots of H1Bs from SE Asia.
Sounds like browser-native Flash + Actionscript. Multi-platform, no plugins and widely supported. I've never developed for Flash and know nothing about ease-of-use. In any case, capabilities deliverable to the end-user are (sad to say) more important than developer friendliness. If a technology delivers an amazing user experience or a marketing advantage, management will insist that it be used, even if it requires developers to be fitted with face-hugging alien brain-suckers.
My 3D-printed Cowboy Neal sex slave replicant (looks so real!) 3D-printed ammo for my 3D-printed gun i can never has too much fun. 19.2 K PPI display my eyes are going bad but i still wanna play. Scalp stimulation that'll grow me some hair DNA enhancement for my stuff "down there". Christmas buying season starting in June with subliminal messages in every iTune. AT&T going down the tubes followed by TMobile and the rest of the jerks. A mobile phone that doesn't crash & burn An Android OS that actually works.
and make a few bucks off the teeshirts and bumper stickers.
Holy Cr@p! Are you implying that Buckaroo Banzai, my hero and spiritual guide, is not real?!!? Well there goes my religion.
I drink waaaaaay more, therefore I am, like, snifficly more volved than you amateurs. errrrrp. MORE BEER HERE!!
Vote early, vote often.
Here?? At work?!?! Quick! TOR the pr0n! TrueCrypt the mp3s!
Take a look at The Assimilation Project : What we do: Continually discover and monitor systems, services, switches and dependencies with very low human and network overhead.
yea, i know. i got no life.
And idiot brains taste terrible. Brains of politicians are unedible. More's the pity, but it does explain a lot.
Blood samples are already a condition of coverage for some insurance. Now prospective employers have a reason for doing the same. Not that either would ever reject anyone on the grounds that they might have health issues. No, they were rejected because a better candidate was found. Nine months later. Question is, would they alert the applicant of the findings? If they did that and the person didn't know someone might put 2 and 2 together. Can you imagine being told by the HR email robot that you weren't selected for the job. Oh and by the way you've got cancer.
"Reputation" is a digital artifact that can be manufactured and manipulated. I'd hate to think my payckeck was dependent on my Slashdot Karma times number of Linked/In connections times Stackfault rep. Why not base it on something objective but equally irrelevant like height or nosehair count. Just not size of woowoo.