OpenStack works fine - your lack of competency doesn't mean the project is shit. Read the docs (repeatedly) until your mind can wrap around it, or just ask someone for help.
Whenever I point this out to a teacher (like my spouse), that they get pay on par with year-round workers, they give the boilerplate response "But we only get paid for the days we work! Not the entire year!".
Which means given an 8 hour workday, instead of making $24 an hour(for a 52 week year), they are actually making $32 an hour. This is under "underpaid" at all.
TLDR; Teachers make much more per-hour than people assume, and they do not like it at all when this is pointed out.
FYI, "Windows Explorer" is much older than "Internet Explorer". The browser was likely named to mimic the file manager, not the other way around.
You say "Layer 3"(a step in the OSI model), do you mean "Level 3"(an ISP)? They are the ISP and backbone provider that has owns the CDN appliances caching and delivering the [majority of] Netflix streams in the USA.
Never let pride get in the way of sound business sense. If my options were working the grill at Arbies or Microsoft, the next words out of my mouth would be "Yes Mr Balmer, laying off all us slackers really taught us a lesson sir. Would you like me to buff all your golf clubs now?"
Sad advice but still very good advice. The "to hell with them" crowd is likely too young to know that pride gets in the way of providing for your family, and swallowing your pride is vastly easier than being foreclosed on.
You can buy your own devices with enough cash, which you get from massively profitable trades based on (stolen) insider information.
I don't think a nuclear arsenal is what they are after though..more likely they just want to take the money and run.
I wish I had mod points - you are absolutely correct.
I often go to the Deep South where I have family, and so many people are morbidly obese that no one bats an eye any more, and if you did confront people about their weight, they would say "Oh, uh, it must be a thyroid problem".
No one wants to take responsibility for the consequences of their actions, and obesity is one of those consequences.
Human brains are finite. The simpler* a language is, the more likely the developer can fit the entire thing in his head and still have room for the actual problem he's trying to solve.
Simple languages for - wait for it - simple developers.
I notice you don't even tell us what the squiggles are
There is a man page for that, do your own homework if you are capable of comprehending the textbook.
The mass of programming languages are designed for the mediocre mass of programmers. The others make the top tier of cash, and don't find Perl "too hard!" at all.
It is not illegal to visit Cuba, but you won't be getting in with traditional methods (direct flights to/from the USA, tourism visa, etc). Hundreds of missionaries and educators visit Cuba each year, and are quite welcomed by the Cuban government.
I don't think the powers that be would like it to ever end. The expression "War is Peace" sums this up...as long as there is a constant threat of war(in this case, "terrorism"), the populace can be made to accept nearly any unreasonable demand in the name of that defending against that threat.
Imagine if you are the commander of a military force - would you rather a mediocre budget because of peacetime? Or would you rather have a "buy anything and everything no questions asked" mandate because of the imminent threat of war? This also appeals to the sense of power the government leaders have - it allows them a constant state of martial law, effectively letting them act with impunity while "defending us" from war(or in this case, imminent terrorism).
I still like nethack, but at some point I switched to 'dungeon crawl stone soup' instead.
I second this - `goto' in C is not the hacky technique kids in QBasic use. If you ever look at the kernel source, you'll find plenty of sane `goto' statements there. It's when you improperly use them than sanity begins to ebb away.
This is not for "OS" use.. it's meant to be installed on a media-center style box in your living room by your TV. The only interaction with it is meant to be through a controller - it's not for you to compile code on, instead it's for your kid to pick up a controller and start a game without any "computer" work. It's a pretty cool idea when you think about it, let people build their own "console gaming systems", and just give them a nice OS that will drive them.