Sometimes you have to request the rejection letter by following up a week after the last contact to check the status of your job app.
Perl existed before PHP. Why was it so much easier to make a standard image for PHP than for Perl?
I don't really understand the forced-melting-pot concept of hiring. If a company wants young people, who am I to force them to take me?
Anti-discrimination laws keep older people from becoming long-term unemployed before they are old enough to qualify for social security. Long-term unemployment is associated with increased costs to the government to control crime.
The 100% correct answer regardless of age is "YES".
The form's answer to your answer is "Please choose an option from the list. ( ) Older ( ) Younger or same"
Would it be a bad idea to follow up a rejection letter with "Is there anything I could do to improve my skills to make myself a better fit for your company?"
"Are you older than 49 or younger".
There really is no wrong answer here...
Unless the question is multiple choice, the form offers no "yes" option, and the "older" option is believed to send your application to the circular file.
but rather a reduction in price on PHP hosting due to high demand
I thought "high demand" (movement of the demand curve to the right) caused an increase in price level, not a decrease. Are you claiming that the demand curve moved so much that hosting providers were able to build in enough economies of scale that they could move the supply curve so far to the right that it more than compensates for the increased demand? Or is there some particular shitty aspect inherent to PHP that happens to push its supply curve to the right?
If employers lose lawsuits over this, they'll probably change it to "up-to-date education" and "3 years of active use of a major social network, iOS or Android operating system, and electronic bill payment". This allows older people to technically qualify by having taken a relevant class at a local college and joining Facebook.
What it means is that history shows that education alone is not enough to scrub thinking in hours, days, and years from the public's habits.
You do not know how the assembly maps to uops in modern cpu
And someone cant take the time to figure it out?
I have been watching these hacking videos and watching the master piece of reverse engineering of the MAME/MESS team for many years. It is only a matter of time and knowledge.
And "time" points to the major difference. The MAME project tends to wait years after a game's release before emulating it. Server operators, on the other hand, expect to use a cryptography library on servers with new CPUs immediately.
Illegal in what country?
I'm guessing copyright infringement is illegal in Berne Convention signatories, which means every country in the WTO.
Charging a premium for not-shitty languages encourages continued development of applications in the shitty language because site owners know they'll be able to get a discount by paying only for the use of the shitty language. Do you agree at least with this point? And what should have been done in the first place to discourage widespread use of the shitty language?
Most PCs do not include range finding hardware. If they do include a webcam, it isn't stereoscopic. So you'll need to tell the window system explicitly how far away you plan to sit. Divide 2688 by your viewing distance in inches (1 m = 39.37 in), increase it somewhat if you have poor vision, and put that into your window system's DPI field.
The behavior you describe appears to qualify as a defect in Google Chrome. Run Chrome on a Retina or other high DPI display, take a screenshot, then report the problem to Google. Or did Google already mark a report as "WONTFIX"?