Great...and in materials hard and rigid go together like peanut butter and jelly.
The current state has the idiots coming over because there is no accreditation board involved in vetting and licensing the people who do highly sensitive work.
My wife has been an RN for 15 years. When she went, she got an Associates degree. She is working on her BSN completion because of career limitations but she still got licenses as an RN and passed the NCLEX 15 years ago.
Which is why I said a professional board. You think passing the bar exam or getting your license to practice medicine is a scam? That is the level of licensing I am talking about.
you realize that testing someone's ability to think about sorting algorithms using a spatial test will result is a lot of programmers performing poorly. Spatial reasoning is being used in conjunction with algorithmic thinking. This is something that is not practiced in school so if you asked the same people to write a quick sort in psudo-code on one of those pieces of paper, I bet you would get higher performance from the candidates.
It is too bad that we did not learn from doctors, lawyers, nurses, etc. back when there was ridiculous demand for tech professionals in the 90's. We should have set up a professional governance board and lobbied for licensing requirements (licensing that the professional board controls) to do certain jobs (programming, server admin, networking, IT security, etc.). That would have stopped the race to the bottom in salaries and quality (lower pay gives you lower quality).
Part of the problem with the FCC is that they are not following their guideline to promote competition. If you sell a small amount of bandwidth at auction and Verizon and AT&T buy it all up for a crazy amount of money then all the FCC has done is allowed the duopoly to limit competition.
They should put a price tag on the spectrum, provision it out and offer it in turn like a draft. Then the companies can buy positions from one another for other terms that are agreed upon before the draft begins. Much better for competition.
Please tell us how they achieved this feat or materials engineering.
better yet... split comcast, TW and any cable based ISP into two. One is the ISP, the other is the infrastructure company. The infrastructure company sells access tot he ISP and now we have a company that has an incentive to sell access to multiple ISPs and upgrade/properly maintain interconnects.
With the ability to grow a new bladder for patients born with small and poorly compressing bladders: source We may not have the ability to get these bladders fully functioning using this new technology. The biggest hurdle has been getting nerves to connect to the bladders so they can be used voluntarily and without the use of a catheter.
RFID technology is a diverse group of tech. NFC requires near contact to activate. RFID used in passports are not NFC, broadcasts without authentication and does not encrypt the data. NFC is nothing like that.
It is kind of hard to claim that for GW since you have to claim that, on top of someone stealing your device, they also have to have your wallet pin. then you have to explain why you did not suspend your wallet account when the device was stolen.
further more, you will probably get stuck with the charge if you failed to encrypt your device since you had the least secure technology in the chain of the transaction.
weird, since both Apple pay and Google Wallet carry the same costs for transaction.
You better be using cash for all your transactions if you care about purchase history.
Your history, unless you are doing something shameful is not what people are after. they want access to your accounts and PH does not provide that.
You realize that political and regulatory reasons are harder to overcome than technical ones right?