He didn't give hinself shock treatment to erase his memory of the time he worked with us and he failed to deny that he existed during the years of 2011 and 2012. Even though he didn't steal our IP (or we would have sued for that), we want to sue anyway because we fumbled the future and he didn't!
You can only TAKE a selfie of yourself, but you can easily POST someone else's selfie if you understand the technology.
Being a crack addict does not confer knowledge of plant alkaloids or even botany.
Nicely said. I hope you don't mind if I hold on to that one for future use.
Honestly, I don't see a lot of age difference in politician's understanding of tech. Young or old, f they're in politics, they typically don't understand it at all.
If there is any turbulence or convection in the water, there is nothing to say that they will ever sort.
According to TFA, they are more expensive than the things they replace, so the law probably isn't necessary, they were on their way out anyway.
It's nice to be appreciated
"The newly published document shows how the agencies wanted to “exploit” app store servers – using them to launch so-called “man-in-the-middle” attacks to infect phones with the implants. A man-in-the-middle attack is a technique in which hackers place themselves between computers as they are communicating with each other; it is a tactic sometimes used by criminal hackers to defraud people. In this instance, the method would have allowed the surveillance agencies to modify the content of data packets passing between targeted smartphones and the app servers while an app was being downloaded or updated, inserting spyware that would be covertly sent to the phones."
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It had some REALLY ugly failure modes.
In a production server, I can see value in stepwise evacuating old drives and then swapping them for new larger drives only once the data is stable on the filesystem. Done right you could pull it off with zero downtime without opening a window where a single failure brings you down.
I'm using ZFS in production for now but I'm actively testing btrfs for that reason among others.
You're thinking of the ZFS that goes through FUSE. There is also ZFS on Linux that runs as kernel modules like any other fs.
There's also btrfs.
Of course, neither of those needs the md driver at all, they have their own raid like systems.
Since the contact details are her work details posted to a public website and in regard to a work matter, it's not a problem. Private contact details would be over the line.
If you plan on staying with Perl, I would highly recommend checking out Moose and the other derivative packages that append object systems to Perl 5.
Then learn to affect a cheesy eastern European accent and tell the interviewer you are after Moose and Perl.
But certainly not on a regular road ridden by something other than 5 elephants.