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each is interconnected with its match
Management: But you said it was working.
Engineer: It is
Management: Perfect, we can sell it by the hour until then.
Engineer: You're kidding right?
Management: No, seriously, BTW your new project starts tomorrow.
But its OK if yours just has the minimum.
Fried foods cooked in lard taste better. The transition to trans fat cooking oil ended my taste for restaurant fried food altogether.
They could use a contained ammonia system to both cool and power the place.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Absorption_refrigerator/ The refrigerator in my RV can use 3 different heat sources to cool the contents (AC,DC and propane)
Combine it with a multistage turbine generator with a separate natural gas powered stage and you have a working regenerative power system.
For that matter, you don't even _really_ need to use the ammonia, you could just pipe the natural gas directly across the cooling surfaces after it expands (and thus cools) from the gas line... but they aren't already designed for such things, and what works with what you have in place is often more economical.
And the cup is already labeled "whole", so it must be whole milk.
Its missing nutritious snack and a glass of water, fruit juice or low-fat milk.
(but I'd take the milk and cookies)
Why do people do this crap?
While the software rules are dictated by the laws of Congress.
The rules governing the management of these projects (The FAR) is set up for waterfall style management, but the requirements were closer to an agile timeline and the government project managers live in fear of the court battles that just about any minor change can cause. Many contractors have figured out that if they underbid the project, they can make up for it in changes due to "unforeseen conditions" that in actuality, they have already seen and priced out.
A fitting tribute to Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged.
How hard can it be to track bug reports and vulnerabilities back to their initial commit to determine whether or not they were corporate-sponsored.
It would be interesting to see what companies provide the highest quality contributions and where un-sponsored individual contributions rank as a group.
When we write programs that "learn", it turns out we do and they don't.