Not to worry. If the plan fails I'm sure he will be ask to resign.
Based on silicon and mfg or based on support and software support?
And at what quantities?
Yeah, last year Qualcomm was all the shiz. But can you move 100K+ parts/month? No? Then it's off the table.
Broadcom, Nvidia, even TI (worse parts and massively worse support, IMO) same, same same.
Bottom line? I'd recommend Freescale 9 times out of 10 for any of the medium to small players if I was looking for a high end ARM SOC.
For the smallish player Freescale is you best supported higher end ARM SOC. The fact that they have almost (or none?) of their own custom IP works in your favor.
Need a tweak to the VPU or GPU interface [kernel change] on TI, NVidia, Boradcom, Qualcomm ? Answer -- not possible as they licensed the IP or giving out any programming information about the IP (NVidia
If you are looking to build 10M phones your damn right to go to Qualcomm
Perhaps your IoT project has no business using a higher end ARM SOC and you *should* be using a low end ARM Cortex M0, M3. or. M4. My preference in this space is an M3 -- STM32L, likely because I have used it successfully. However there are many options in the low power ARM space, lots of which are better targeted for IoT (or pretty much anything else with a dedicated purpose). A high end arm SOC is a 5 year old PC on single chip. HowTF is that a 'thing' for the Io 'things' ?
9.81 m/s^2 at sea level is how I was taught.
Anything above sea level is less and below is more.
AFAIK the article is backward as reason #4 is the most obvious and reasonable while 1, 2 and 3 are trying to 'over-think' the problem
Ob: Git off my lawn
Work For Hire is what you are doing.
Your company owns the copyright on your work, not you, by default.
Additionally if you *LOOK* at your employment contract you will find that *ALL* the work you do while *EMPLOYED* by your employer is *OWNED* by your employer *INCLUDING* the work you do at while *NOT AT WORK* if the work you are doing is *RELATED IN ANY WAY* to the business your employer is in or *MAY BE CONSIDERING TO ENGAGE IN*.
And that, my friends, *is* in the boilerplate employee contract for pretty much every company large enough to have legal counsel.
You will also find a non-compete of at least 6 months, typically longer, regardless if is enforceable. Additionally there is always a patent assignment agreement (note that a patent assignment must also confer some compensation, usually $1 but some companies will offer better deals
Apparently this is a reasonable exchange for a steady paycheck, for some
And yet a pile of money can be sued.
You couldn't find an Estwing hammer ?
That tool *will* last a lifetime, BTW.
OTR trucking pays quite well as an independent you can gross ~400K/year.
It is skilled
Gas station attended pays minimum wage, and robots don't tip.
So what are saying is that you that at your company, or the positions that you are filling, you just need warm bodies.
What you are saying, bluntly, is that you are just building a social club where people are paid to sit around and be nice.
What is funny is that when someone asks me if Bob is good candidate and my response is that Bob's a nice guy what I mean is
that Bob is a moron but he tells funny stories. Sure I like to work with Bob, but I sure a hell am not going to give Bob anything
to do that in anyway needs to be done, ever.
So Garcia, where I can I sign-up to hang out with you and the Bob's?
NB: Bob is a fictitious name used so as not to directly specify any particular Fred I happen to be working with at the moment.
The simple answer is yes. Most farmers are as easily misled by advertising as most of us. MOST are making bad choices. In fact most of the Ag extensions in the land grant university system (U of MN, MI, etc) all have freely available hybrids that are selected for the areas growing conditions.
Some farmers are smart and successfully take advantage of the land grant schools. Most do not, and most farmers have failed or are underwater financially specifically because the only buy pioneer/du pont/etc.
The more you know
And they do not even pay that well.
This is not what recent hires have told me. Do you have any (suitably anonymized) examples in mind to back up your assertion?
I would also be interested in the numbers *you* seem to have. Survey's put them at ~120-140 + benefits, which is the same as the other large companies in the general area, and only 10k more than areas where the cost of housing is less by 30k (renting) or 60k (buying).
Cashiers check. It's like cash in any amount. Not anonymous though.
Agreed. However I believe customer satisfaction will increase, as well as productivity.
The Uber engineer and philantropist Elon Musk is needed to solve this problem.
Windows NT -> WNT
Windows 2000 -> W2K
Windows XP -> WXP
Windows 8 -> W8 -> Sounds like Wait to me.
Windows 9 -> Whine
Windows 10 -> W10 -> Won0, or When
Windows X -> WX -> thats awfully close to WXP the best selling version ever.
Windows X Ultimate/Pro/Home
Looks like marketing shortcuts to me.