This 16 miles would have to be part of their normal *working* day and not just leisure strolling.
...or when Nixon did the same thing with tapes...but didn't realize that there would be a gap. LOL
Those were the good ole days!
Randy -- thosewerethegoodoledays
I've been saying this forever.
In the early grades, a student's success is more dependent on parents and teachers.
As the student progresses, the student takes more and more of the responsibility of their success, until High School when the student has *ALL* of the responsibility.
Randy -- ishouldbepaidformyresearch
I understand your point that the code for a 747 or the ISS must be written to *avoid* catastrophic failures and will be much more expensive to design and develop. If a car manufacturer were to write all the code in its ECU like this, then no one would be able to afford a car. However, not all the subsystems in an ECU need to be written to this standard. The portions that control the engine performance and gas mileage don't. But all the fly by wire parts *do* need this level of care. As soon as the gas pedal and brakes are being completely controlled by software, then the manufacturer had better make sure that it fails safely.
That said, I'll be in the *second* wave of people buying robo-cars.
Well...you are lucky. If I didn't go to the dentist for 15 years, then you wouldn't be able to see my individual teeth from all the plaque and tarter deposits.
When it comes to the software testing industry, over the years this model has also turned out to be counter intuitive to achieving maximum automation in the shortest duration possible, especially in areas of regression or UAT.
Well if you are a customer shopping for IT/ software testing services there is good news. While the global slowdown ensured that vendors were pushed to renegotiate contracts to price much lower, the slow recovery has ensured that there is innovation in this area. Today, customers are demanding fixed price projects with an illustration of ROI up front, at times they are forcing vendors to link themselves financially to end outcomes and if nothing they are pushing for rates on time & material engagements that are just not affordable. The whole premise for this is the ability to justify costs upfront and gain visibility in the end outcomes or ROI.
The way I see it, the next 5 years will see the time & material model die a slow death. In fact it might just happen faster than that. In addition to customers driving this change, most vendors would just opt for fixed bid projects for its profitability. Increasingly, I see our engagements moving in this direction and the openness to do so is encouraging.
Achieving a health mix of customers across different engagement models is the need of the hour. What are your thoughts?
Hari Raghunathan | AVP | Zen Test Labs"
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Yes, the DEA should try to catch these shady doctors.
However, they don't need to look at *my* records unless they have evidence that I'm involved *and* they get a warrant.
Then it's a Win-Win?
Should I admit that I accidentally posted that as AC?
I'm sorry to have to be the one to tell you this...
Size *always* matters!
Whatever happened to respecting your elders!
Kids these days!
Just goes to show you I don't even read the polls (or turn on my brain) before commenting.
Not really. Just being snarky.
I thought the
But then, maybe I'm new here...but I'm not...look at my userid.