You don't think they would be dumb enough to use wifi, do you?
Basically what I mean is that the use of OO is primitive in the code I was speaking of. The code monkey was writing code which could have been done, sometimes better, using COBOL. The flexibility and extensibility of an OO paradigm was lost to the programmer.
How do you know what my average is? Average what? Weight? Height? Days collecting unemployment?
from much of the code I have seen written in Java, C#, Python, or Perl. Heck, VB was based Basic which drew on COBOL and Fortran, since it was a teaching language and so it had much of the syntax and idioms of those languages. Anytime you use VB your are using a form of COBOL.
BTW if you want to check out something cool, check out Fortran 2008. It supports the OO paradigm, has built in parallel processing support, and is backward compatible to Fortran 77. It's not dying anytime soon either.
More H1B visas. Only then can we increase productivity and innovation which will keep profitability and CEO salaries high.
You took my comment. I just want to add that not everyone wants to work in a cubicle, I don't. What we need is an economy that has room for people like me.
SCCS has better revisioning.
Seriously stop pining for a past you never experienced. Open up your windows and open up the source of X gen deadlock. Take the next step and let out a mighty "yahoo!" and embrace and extend your time to live. Burn the black T-shirts and stop being a java sucking wannabe. Run level 1 or run level 5. The rest is just silly.
Does eating synthetic human tissue make you a cannibal? (cue the creepy cannibalistic zombie apocalypse music in 3... 2.... 1...)
If you think you are top of the food chain don't tell the bacteria, or fungi, or a host of other organisms that feast on humans both live and dead.
coke is always partly imaginary
All smart phones need to be sold with a fire arm to protect it from theft.
so is a robot
Maybe their parents finally kicked them out of the basement....