... and the trees were purple and sky was bending through a tiny worm hole there we were all lead to utopia
Finally WE get to probe the aliens.
Send Deep Impact's sister probe: Deep Throat.
First world problem.
Except for eclipse completely ridiculous: project import system, auto add files found in directory, and configuration menus all over the place.
I am terrible at learning spoken languages; but no problem learning heaps of programming languages.
They use completely different skills. Coding languages are highly structured.
I know it is hard for geeks to understand; but technology is not always the best or fastest answer.
Real estate agents have a meeting before the open houses. They remember all the properties agency has for sale, and specially the ones they need to off-load. They need to know off the top of their head. A really important concept called preparation.
The brain is faster than technology - instant search which is what you need in front of a client. You can't replace street-smarts with technology.
Then again, geeks would make hopeless estate agents and sales people as they have no people skills.
Firing lasers while stoned - whoa man!
Used Expression suite to make a custom embedded system on a pretty large project. It was good to integrate photoshop files from the graphic designers and convert them to controls. The UI turns out looking really professional - none of those stock standard UI controls and all beautifully rendered.
The main problem with the suite was that, in practice, the design flow is really one-way. If there was a change to the UI, you pretty much had to re-import the graphics, re-select the graphic items and group them into controls again.
For the next product iteration, we went back to WPF mixed with Windows Forms for old or 3rd party controls.
Yeah, sort of like hammering the last nail when you try to crucify yourself.
Trouble is, sometimes the answer is no.
... and sometimes, the answer is "both"...
Yep, that was an inclusive-or.
No, that's 0xB16B0770M5
Not a threat if that means Motorola UI on Google hardware.
That might be 10000ft un-pressurised.
Nudists will be in for a surprise!