You will be sorely missed, friend...
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I spoke to a friend who is in ultra-high-end business about those cd transports and how can one sound better than the other (he's not stupid) and after a while we came to the conclusion (well I did anyway, he knew this) that it all boils down to jitter and real-time error correction. Even nowdays if you wish to rip a cd that's as clean as possible you have to do multipass read with that german free software I forgot what it's called now. And these expensive cd transports do it in real time. Hence the price tag. I believe silver wire ethernet cable will be better and super quality rj45 will contribute in some miniscule way to fewer error corrections on layer 1, bit $10k worth? Don't think so.
Your glance IS superficial. It takes at least 2-3-6 months toget a (basic) grasp of any project and figuring out what needs to be removed in that period is a waste of time. You will find you need to re-implement most of the "crap" you removed in the first place. So patience is your friend. Look, learn, study and then after you know pretty much all code paths decide what can and cannot be refactored, if anything. Good luck!
Again, introduced by coderz and managerz who learned how to manage projects and not why. It all boils down to the same thing really...
Probably the biggest reason behind all those thousands (if not milions) of failed projects in the industry is coderz who learned how to code without learning why to code.
A degree in computer science doesn't teach you how to code but how to think.
Wouldn't this mean their search for a grand unified theory is now - for all intents and purposes - over?!
A single equation should be able to define the universe, including every single one of our feeblee minds in it.
42 to this I say...
A (rare) moment of US/EU strategic and economic briliance?
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Are you for real?
don't touch anything if it's been up and running for the past 7 years. if you really must replicate then get some more cheap boxes and replicate. it's cheaper and faster than virtual anything. if you must. but 150 users doesn't warrant anything in my oppinion. I'd rather invest in backup links (from different companies) between offices. you can bond them for extra throughput.