Software engineering programs suck, that's why. Nobody needs to spend time in college learning stuff they'd end up learning in industry anyway.
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Oh yes, how will a child barely ready for team sports ever be able to play a one-on-one board game?
FFS, kids play on team sports at that age. Have you ever heard of tee-ball?
If you just offer one-time exceptions whenever anybody whines, they'll have no incentive to not obey trademarks in the future. There is a huge difference between Flukes and cheap $15 multimeters, and it was completely unnecessary for these multimeters to copy Fluke's trademarked color scheme. They aren't exactly some no-name brand. The color scheme of these devices was chosen to mimic that of Fluke's. It's a clear cut case of trademark violation.e
No, that's the physical level.
The OP wasn't really talking about IT, despite his use of the word. He was talking about software engineering.
Being able to "program" is a severely minor part of your job as a software engineer (or similar professions).
I can't fathom the confusion and incompetence that would lead to such a statement.
USB 3.0 can handle 5Gb/s.
The 17" MacBook Pro has a 1920x1200 screen. Is yours a 15" model?
The only 1920x1200 in a 15.x" screen that I know of that's available on new laptops is on the Panasonic Toughbook CF-52.
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