French butthurt in the third degree; glad the Germans admit their Nazi past, won't admit their own scandalous anti-semitism or their own rampaging murderer.
Poland can sue both Germany and Russia. All of eastern Europe can sue for 45 years of post-WW II occupation. Ukraine can sue for more dead than Russia can claim from Germany.
I don't think they want to open that can of worms.
If the menu only changes once a day, why not use a phone to take one picture, then use Dropbox or something similar to post that one picture to a constant location which is publicly visible?
You aren't adept even at switching topics or changing tunes. Take up another line of work, sonny.
Someone else who hasn't bothered actually reading stuff written in support of minimum wage legislation. They make up all sorts of specious claims as to how employers really do have all that money lying around unused, or how the increased pay will spark improved productivity, or how employers will invest in more training for their suddenly-expensive employees
Here's an interesting insight: If I knew of a simple way to make money that required so little investment, I could make a fortune doing so and help others in the process. Yet not a single one of these know-it-alls, these nannies who claim to want to help the poor and unskilled, is willing to put their efforts where their mouth is both make money and help the poor.
Not a single one.
I guess I know how much they believe in their own theories.
You haven't been paying attention if you really believe " I don't think anyone believes the minimum wage will increase demand for workers." There are quite a few who believe exactly that. They seem to think that business owners throw all their profits into a pool like Scrooge McDuck so they can swim in it, and all the pay hikes will come out of those Scrooge McDuck pools.
You're obviously still very young.
Check out the UID. You need to rethink how ignorant and unobservant you are.
Looks like I hit a nerve. Someone feeling the burn? Thought maybe the hypocrisy wasn't noticeable? Trying to deflect the attention?
They tax booze, tobacco, and anything fun, and raise tariffs, expressly to reduce demand. They subsidize whatever they want more of, to nudge people and to reward cronies.
Yet they think raising the minimum wage will increase the demand for low skill workers, they think wage and price controls will reduce demand and increase supply, they think capping surge pricing will increase supply and reduce demand, on and on the hypocrisy goes.
Just go away, nannies. Go away.
Interesting idea. You're basically arguing that the IDE and pointy-clicky interface are more important for newbies.
It would be interesting to find a pool of newbies and do some comparisons.
That's true. I bet only BASIC has more shoddy code out there (including Visual Basic). But I was thinking more of the newbie who has no clue and only wants to find out what programming is, not become an expert. You might almost say shoddy examples are better, because if someone still likes it, they can survive and prosper.
Programming and life in general always come with puzzles and headscratchers.
The trick to being a good programmer is liking programming puzzles. That's the most important thing for a beginner to understand.
That's probably true once they get past the initial hurdles. But for newbies who don't even understand the most basic concepts, trying to explain the difference between 123, 12.3, and "123", or why 12 / 5 is different from 12.0 / 5.0 is confusing.
Javascriupt's primary benefit is letting the newbs discover for themselves whether they like programming. I used to tell people, way back in the day, to take any community college beginning programming course; if they couldn't wait to get to the class and stayed late at the lab using the class computers, they liked programming and would make excellent programmers. If they had to force themselves to keep going to class and ducked out of labs as soon as possible, they hated it and would make terrible programmers.
Programming is like hot rodding up to the 1970s or so. You don't need a degree, you don't need classes, you can pick most of the basics up from books, friends, and experimentation. What counts is whether you like it.
* Any web page has source code to learn from.
* Small edits to said source pages show instantaneous results and are painless.
* No need for a comand line, which scares some people.
* The GUI changes, like changes ol to ul, or adding table cell padding, or changing styles, or easy and fun.
Overall, for someone curious about programming, it's about the best self-taught intro I can think of. Anyone who wants to learn mroe can find out if the like the concept, the puzzles, and the headscratchers with just as much time and thought as they want.
You know you're a clueless fuck, right?