Electric eels with lasers, they have their own power source.
Hack the lights, fry the next guy who cuts me off or goes to slow.
Driving in Boston is a contact sport.
I have a friend who I met during my junior year in high school and her junior year of college. She was a EE and chemistry major. She ended up doing microprocessor optimization code, and was definitely female. She was working on her masters in physical electronics while married.
I didn't see her in these courses to get a husband.
Offering computer as a major course is not new, this goes back to 1978. As part of a partnership with MIT and the Boston Public Schools, they implemented a Computer Science curriculum in the Mario Umana Harbor School of Science and Technology.
This is not a new thing. In the 1976 the Mario Umana Harbor School of Science and technology was formed as a partnership between MIT and the Boston Public Schools. We never got tours of Facebook or Google, but that might be because they didn't exist at the time. We got tours of the MIT museums and labs.
Of course, who doesn't know about the Bronx High School of Science.
I worked (on contract) for a company in Round Rock that had that. It was a great group of people to work for. Sometimes Tim would draw a mustache on me, which could be a bit annoying.
What law prohibits employers from giving information? In the USA, I don't believe there is a law against giving any information. In fact, there is a limited privilege for giving references. However, most companies will give out very little information so as to avoid being sued.
It was the giant aliens.
If work done by a teacher at home because property of the school, then that work would become work for the school Then, any injury at home tangentially related to the work would become a work related injury.
This is not legal advice until: I go to law school, graduate law school, become licensed in your jurisdiction, and confirm your retainer check had cleared.
Talk to a lawyer to determine where they can be sued. If you provided code to them, revoke the license to use/distribute that code and inform them of that. File a copyright on that code. Then sue them for piracy, breach of contract, fraud, promissory estoppel, unjust enrichment, etc. Once you get a judgement, seize assets, have the court find the corporation in contempt, lock up the officers. Have a blue police box wait for a few people who can help. Essentially, go to war.
It has killer performance.
It kills the other filesystems in the benchmarks.
Get a declaratory judgment. Once a Court rules it is yours, then Google will listen. How much would Google spend to fight when it has no dog in the fight.
Does it turn blue and look like a police call box?
1. Head to Vegas.
2. Count Cards.
Or at least that is what they tried to tell me when the battery went to crap after 10 months.