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Comment: Re:Cry Me A River (Score 1) 543

by wisnoskij (#47420475) Attached to: Normal Humans Effectively Excluded From Developing Software
OK, but it does not matter how advanced your tools are programming is about ADVANCED algorithmic knowledge. to build programs worth having you NEED years and years and years of training and a vast store of knowledge. Yes, it is worth creating VB and similar language for amateurs to have a little fun with but Microsoft is never going to hire minimum wage people just out of highschool to program Windows 20 with some drag and drop shit programming language.

Comment: Re:Have you actually tried hiring these days? (Score 1) 398

by wisnoskij (#47396013) Attached to: No Shortage In Tech Workers, Advocacy Groups Say
Well pushing tech, tech, tech to everybody and their grandmother does create a glut of workers, but it does not necessarily get you any more truly competent workers (or get you any more people interested in anything other than the salary). In fact the glut of incompetence might actually ruin a few ones with potential.

Comment: Re:Not surprising. (Score 1) 688

by wisnoskij (#47393837) Attached to: When Beliefs and Facts Collide
Yes, absolutely. But at the same time no one ever said that Science was a democracy. Just because 97% of scientists believe that the current model is correct does not really give any more credence to it than is only 3% believed it. The majority of people believe that there is a god, that doesn't mean that the model saying that "god created the universe" is the most likely to be correct one (made even more so since it has been the accepted one for tens of thousands of years). I guess at the end of the day scientific fact/knowledge is an individual pursuit. The data and the methods are there for anyone to use and you cannot just survey and go with the percentage over 50%.

This universe shipped by weight, not by volume. Some expansion of the contents may have occurred during shipment.