It's France, they do strange things in Europe. For instance when Muslims kill French people, the French respond by harassing Jews. It's not for us to judge, it's a part of the rich European cultural heritage.
It's Slashdot, they do strange things on the Internet. For example, when a poster discusses the use of Apple computers, the trolls respond by bringing up islamophobic ideas and allude to the holocaust. It's not for us to judge, it's a part of the rich Internet cultural heritage.
but Adobe never did understand the value of efficient data structures.
They developed the PDF standard, which was designed from the ground up to be transferred in a stream and rendered quickly. Don't hate the tech just because they're a proprietary company.
... there was not excuse for what they did. All engineers do have to make trade-off decisions, but the fucking deluxe fix was $11, that is it.They could have built that into the car price with virtually no impact. TFA picked one terrible example...
The problem is that there were probably hundreds or even thousands of $11.00 fixes to the car that would have made it incrementally safer. At some point the engineer has to prioritize which to implement and which not to implement.
Fear is the greatest salesman. -- Robert Klein