and when we are already there, favorite version of Windows?
Model based development.
You design the model, simulink makes the code.
they just changed it to password2
Both Eclipse and Netbeans do parse the code using gcc parser
Huh? QCreator, Netbeans and Eclipse C/C++ IDEs are fully integrated with GCC, including both debugging and compilation.
You get them made from your own designs in Taiwan, which is not exactly PRC.
How hard it would be to decrypt, knowing that each pin is exactly 4 digits?
I would think if salting was not using, it is just a matter of the time.
Netbeans - although their focus is Java, C/C++ support is great.
Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer, Eric Schmidt
NSA already does this, how else you think they process all that data?
Verizon and others would love you to upgrade your device so often. Usually if you want latest and greatest, that would be only way.
For example, device I bought in late 2011, came with Android 2.3 and had only one upgrade - to 4.0. Yet I'm still on the contract, and there were 4 Android releases.
Thanks to mods and CM, I got very stable version of Android 4.3, and I intend to keep my device for a while.
Thanks to Verizon and HTC, I got not much for my money.
This is one area where Apple excels, their device commonly have up to 3 yrs of updates.
Dell has one less thing to worry about: quarterly profits and revenue. This is right thing for struggling or declining companies. "analysts" won't bug them every moth how their market is shrinking and sales declining. Bet employees will feel safer too without threats of layoffs every time they don't meet "expectations"
...you get to see the tip of the iceberg
It is easier to find who NSA doesn't spy... so far that list is 
Good points, and C++ has one thing going for it. Qt framework. Java-like interfaces for fast development, with C++ performance, and a minimal memory management.