After receiving documents produced by Defendants and interviewing witnesses, the DOJ concluded that Defendants reached “facially anticompetitive” agreements that “eliminated a significant form of competition . . . to the detriment of the affected employees who were likely deprived of competitively important information and access to better job opportunities.” DOJ Complaint against Adobe, et al. (“DOJ Adobe Compl.”), Harvey Decl. Ex. A, at 2, 14; DOJ Complaint against Lucasfilm (“DOJ Lucasfilm Compl.”), Harvey Decl. Ex. D, at 2, 15, 22; CAC
112. The DOJ also determined that the agreements “were not ancillary to any legitimate collaboration,” “were much broader than reasonably necessary for the formation or implementation of any collaborative effort,” and “disrupted the normal price-setting mechanisms that apply in the labor setting.”
A language is not evil because it isn't strongly typed. Just because a language offers that option doesn't mean that you have to use it though. There are a lot of things that languages offer that aren't the best tool in all cases. This is where coding standards come in really helpful
That being said, I think that these could help you out:
- JSLint - this is a linter that has some IDE support to help ensure that your code will adhere to some good standards
- jQuery - this will help to abstract browser differences away so that you don't have to worry about that to cause your site to not work
- QUnit - this is a test suite to aid in development
- JSCoverage - helps to measure code coverage of unit tests.
Starting with Vista, and continuing with Windows 7, the menubar is going away. To be replaced with things like the Windows Explorer contextual strip, or the Office Ribbon(now in Paint and Wordpad too). Many apps still retain the menubar as an option to be pinned or to be shown briefly by holding the Alt key.
I think the point was that Windows is getting rid of the menubar, in favor of the contextual strip or Office Ribbon, not that FireFox is going to use the ribbon in their design. They are simply trying to improve the interface and make it more like the competitors, IE and Chrome (who have come up with some novel ideas to improve the interface). If Windows is not going to have the menubar, then FireFox will look completely out of the times if they continue with it (whether the users on here like it or not).
Oh. So apparently "The Sunlight Foundation" is another name for the government now?! I think that I missed the part where this was under any presidential office.
Image this happening under the Obama office. Nope, I didn't think you could.
P.S. I *am* a fanboi of keeping the money that I earned.
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