+1 for having a sense of humor.
+1 for having a sense of humor.
You paid money for Slashdot and could not work out a lower user id than 4433507 as a part of the sale?!??!
I'd go for 666 if you were you.
And I thought it was some sort of MoDeM software which would enable you to use your phone as a modem.
One of my favorite TV shows is Rocket City Rednecks. Changed my opinions (just a little bit!) about people from Alabama.
Hate to say this, but NO, NO and a big NO.
Designers yes - web designers NO.
A good web designer needs some fundamental architecture skills that are derived from math or science classes which teach you how to break down a problem into smaller bits, which bits to solve first and some fundamental boolean logic.
A good web designer is not someone who throws in bootstrap, jquery and some pretty shit on a website. He/She understand how to break down the HTML/JS/CSS into smaller meaningful bits, how to include these bits depending on where and when they're needed. They understand how benchmarking goes (how long does it take a web server to respond, if the stack is sending a 1MB response from Alaska to Brisbane
I could go on and on about how much I've started to HATE people who copy paste shit, buy a theme, tweak a few colors, find some jquery snippets and animate a headline and go on to call themselves web designers.
Can you use something simple like the group version of Lastpass / setup their accounts and manage their passwords / revoke access?
Over the last few days the public has gained an unusually detailed insight into how hard Google will fight to protect its users against government overreaching, even when this involves only a single user's data.
What are those insights?!?!?
"A 10th of the speed doesn't matter if it is 100th the price..."
I'd think that it starts mattering when you run out of time (think of order volumes over XMAS
There you go - YouTube video of the iHerb "vending machine"... pretty cool to it work - skip to around 1:18 to see the "vending machine"
I think the future of massive warehouses will involve RFIDs and standardised packaging. Products are packed far too randomly
I am sure there is a very significant technical challenge getting those awesome aircraft back in the air and more importantly getting them back on the ground safely. However, the link is pure and simple link bait and an extremely low quality rehash of the official website.
I assumed coming from a publication like Network World, there would be some geekery in the article... but was left sadly disappointed.
I wish I could mod you up. Spot on
I very seriously agree
So, the choice is - do we choose a single hybrid framework and learn that, or do we develop for IOS / Android / Windows phones natively and learn three things?
In terms of frameworks etc..
I think it is important enough to have atleast one 'skunk-works' type project that every developer needs to work on, just to keep up with what will be boring a year or two down the road.
I avoided "not boring" for a couple of years and for the last month, while I look at hybrid mobile apps, I am stunned by my lack of knowledge and the abundance of terms, concepts and technologies that mean nothing to me
Every organisation needs a "not boring" slot of time for their developers. Not for product that needs to ship NOW.. but for stuff that may need to ship next year.
"The following is not for the weak of heart or Fundamentalists." -- Dave Barry