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Tell that to the office team. When we get C# as the embedded language in office, maybe then VB can die. For now, it lives on like a zombie dragged, toothless, by an ex-lover through the programming landscape by its old OLE apis.
Rms won't sleep until gcc outputs gpl. (write that in bash)
the AK processing tutorials are excellent. please don't show it to your kids, though. 'cos i want mine to have a better chance in the job market.
axiom: there are two kinds of spaces used in programming: 1) block indentation, and 2) alignment (for long lines, variable initialization lists, etc...), and type 1 always appears to the left of type 2 on any given line.
if you use the same character for both then you are unnecessarily contributing to the heat-death of the universe.
tabs are an undefined constant number of spaces. not random.
I dual-booted slackware with Linux 0.97-pl2 on my testing machine at Microsoft, and nobody gave a damn.
religious freedom is one thing: a poor excuse for behaving badly.
Shouldn't we block Baidu and make GitHub unavailable from China ?
You'd have to convince everyone outside china to block Baidu. And as for blocking GitHub for Chinese users, China would love that. The only reason they're not blocking GitHub is that so many Chinese engineers use it. If someone outside China blocked it for them, they'd be killing two birds with one stone: censoring the VPN info and making another country look bad.
nobody's forcing the baker to participate in any function other than baking a cake.
please, please try those kind of double-think tactics when addressing real legal circumstances in your life. send us a letter from jail, K?
Doing business with whomever one wants, while denying to do so to others on whatever whim, is a fundamental tenet of freedom
so is the right of the rest of us to tell you go to fuck yourself.
In the 80's, before China opened up, everything was 'made in korea'. Korea's huge industrial success was what lead, in part, to China's economical thaw.