...it's probably not something you should use to play games
Like many others, I had several shitty jobs during college. One of those jobs was delivering pizzas for Papa John's. Running in the office of our store was a desktop computer with some really locked-down Linux on it that was limited to running some awful console program and a PDF viewer.
like so many other articles, this just seems like another reminder to never ever use godaddy
How will you take a picture and send it to the server without JS in the browser? Not to mention how much bandwidth that would use...
*turns entire countries into catastrophes
If I'm going to damn my soul, I'd rather find other ways
it's so great that it'll allow you to just decide to use some member variable somewhere without declaring it
Undeclared variables are implicitly global. A code inspector will warn you about mistakes like that!
there's no way to know the type of a variable
Let's see how it deals with my IBM model M keyboard
Maybe you don't "get" Google's Dart strategy. It's ActiveX all over again, but with more technical finesse.
How is Dart cross browser? It only runs in Chrome. Does having a cross compiler to JS make it cross browser? That'd make any language cross browser, which is to stretch the definition to the point of meaninglessness.
It's no problem for people in Copenhagen. Minneapolis also has a pretty big modal share for bikes, in American terms. The infrastructure and vehicles are cheap to build, take up little space, are far less deadly, and cause no air or noise pollution. I'd love to see bike infrastructure built up everywhere.
No, I'm reading e-books on Safari so that this meeting isn't a total waste
more interested in writing code that works than code that's maintainable
That's how business works in general. You want to write good code, but deadlines and shifting goalposts turn all your best plans into a swamp.
More than 4 gig of memory is a waste for a browser.