A SQL Server CLR trigger, a message bus, a reactive object. I'm off to try it. Thanks for the idea.
I started using reactive extensions for
The plant doesn't generate solar power, the plant generates electricity.
No it doesn't say that it has happened. Only an idiot would release this into the environment.
That would be like the NTSB allowing a car on the road that they expected to explode under normal usage.
From the abstract
"herbicide resistance is expected to spread to conspecific weedy rice (Oryza sativa f. spontanea) via hybridization"
You can apply his arguments to more than software. Patents discourage innovation. Under the current system small companies and individuals end up with a huge disadvantage. Huge companies have enough resources to try to patent everything hope a few are approved.
Yes there will always be the top 1%. The real issue is the enormous economic disparity between the top and the bottom. High crime rates are a direct result of that disparity.
I can't say I'm sorry to see it go. It was like reading a car magazine that explains that cars have four tires in every article.
There it a point where sarcasm isn't funny anymore.
I'm not sure how the parent got modded funny.
The facts are that both parties are owned by corporate interests. If you want to change the world vote with your wallet not with a ballot.
One down 49 to go!
In Canada any codec can be used in ham radio as long as the signal fits in the allocated bandwidth for the frequency and no encryption is used. The restriction is that you must publish the method before going on the air.
I'd like to see support for a small chunk of FPGA fabric to allow for specialized instructions. I have no idea if FPGAs can be implemented free of patents.
I've never read a full novel, ever, either fiction or non-fiction. I've tried a few times but never made it past the first chapter without being bored out of my skull.
Student need to be exposed to all sorts of topics so they can find out what they like and are good at. His kid might be good at public speaking but might have a passion for chemistry. Chemistry is also a good life skill, how else would you be able to read the ingredients on the cereal box?