We already do this in Kenya with MPesa; the real-time transfer of funds part anyway.
You feel it, you're a much better coder now than when you were in your 20s, and you see the forest too, not just the trees; the full picture. There is demand for people with matured skills.
You guys don't know what you're talking about. Actually visit "Africa", then talk.
"... do what thousands of highly qualified people in government agencies have so far not yet been able to do over decades of diligently trying
SpaceX have already done this with the Falcon rockets. But the plan here probably is to start the idea and put it out there, then the people who will actualize it (technically and financially) will join it when they see the potential, and when they see they are not alone. They will make sure the hard questions are asked and satisfactorily answered.
I'm bullish on the general idea.
There needs to be a Linux distro for Macs; like an Ubuntu remix (Macbuntu maybe?) that works perfectly on any Intel mac.
You can use code to analyse data, help see patterns. The most important aspect though is that we are used to figuring out hard things, and know we must follow rules for something to work, and that giving up only means you don't get the thing done.
Yea, bitlocker can't be trusted. I'm gripping on to Linux and Luk's crypt (on phone and computer and server) with a titanium grip.
These guys are committed, meaning mongo has a future. 2.6 that came out the other day has some nice new features and many bug fixes.
There's no path around hard work to results.
Wasnt there another story here about how the NSA cracks SSL? This story http://slashdot.org/story/13/10/30/1735257/nsa-broke-into-links-between-google-yahoo-datacenters
When will this nonsense stop???
Good work then. 9.2 is great.
The SQL book on this course is good http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-171-software-engineering-for-web-applications-fall-2003/readings/