Coding isn't even the new grammar. It's the new spelling. The magic lies in the structure of the data and the dance of the algorithms. Programming is writing a novel; coding is learning how to spell.
If you're not willing to take responsibility for what you say and accept the heat if people disagree with you, you shouldn't be saying what you are in the first place. Only cowards need to hide behind masks, the same as KKK and ISIL members.
I don't log in because I have "balls". I log in because I take responsibility for my comments and opinions. But you wouldn't understand anything about that, would you? No, you're just going to anonymously preach to people and demand that they respect and adjust to your viewpoint on security.
I pity you paranoid losers. I'm bi-polar. I know what paranoia is like. You need medication for that.
I mean, seriously you call the GP "cowardly" and you can't even identify yourself. What a fuckin' hypocrite.
No, people like you are the real problem. Judgmental keyboard warriors who don't even have the balls to log in, and who scream and rant at anybody who doesn't think exactly the way they do. People who don't accept that other people's priorities are different. People who don't accept that other people have their own lives to live, and their own decisions to make.
More importantly, Microsoft seems hell bent on discarding the years of research IBM put into the Common User Access guide on which Windows was originally based. A lot of the "new" metaphors *were* tried out during that research, and users hated it as much back then as they do now.
Everywhere I worked in those days, there was Win98 on desktops throughout the corporations. Only the engineers and developers ran NT anywhere I worked.
Of course we're talking a period where "networking" meant file and printer sharing and nothing more.
Stop setting up cash-cow speed traps.
See this finger? Spin on it.
Yes it does. Over WiFi. Which has far, far less range than a cellular network. Which means as soon as you leave town... *CARRIER LOST*
Every language is both over-rated and under-rated by their fans and detractors respectively.
The key thing a professional programmer learns is to use the right tool for the job at hand. That means being fluent in multiple languages, databases, frameworks, and toolkits. While I have been focused exclusively on Java for the past several years, that's because it buys me the cross platform portability that I want, not because it's "better" than C/C++, C#, or even Pascal.
I'd be quite content to do some more C++ work at some point in the future. C# was kind of fun, too.
But PHP I hate with a passion. I'd far rather write servlets with Java than dive into that unholy abortion of untyped interpretation.
"Strong like bull; Smart like tractor." -- old Ukrainian saying about dumb people
No wonder the world is in trouble when people of such high intelligence are allowed to vote and "have a voice." People voting in support of this are stupid enough that they should just shut the hell up, sit down, and watch their damned NFL and NBA.
*sympathy* You can't even call her up to the union like we did the cleaning lady... *LOL*
Takes a big man to call someone a liar over the internet with an anonymous user post, asswipe. You wouldn't have the BALLS to do that to my face.
It had nothing to do with a melange of overpriced and useless crap in the pages...