I am adding my 2 cents to the prize, effectively making it $10.02
yes, never hit appliances, violence is bad
it lies a lot and has no clue on traffic
_ gui interfaces
_ gui db tools
_ gui class visualization
_ auto complete
_ some uml tools allow you to prototype classes.
Programming can be as visual as you want it to be. no, this is not fully visual because it does not make sense - it is not because you have a "smart phone" that computers are smart enough yet
my personal question is why are most language still ascii and resort to external library for i18n strings
I think you misread the morse code. Watch it again, I believe it says dot slash backwards... slash dot
reminds me of a cartoon where the doctor goes "nurse, could you please go to surgery.com and click the I am lost button"... the variation is you can ask google glass directly.... "ok google, help out, I am completely lost here"
it is an important feature of dockers
with all the *son technologies, it is hard to keep track
I am interested in playing with mind/computer tech and I am curious,aside from the Emotiv Epoc, what is there? a quick search found neursky mindset... just wondering if someone had played with the alternatives and could provide some feedback?
but maybe I am the only one... I must be plugging my phone wrong
except mars would be a chocolate bar
42 is the anwer? What was the question?
...She's been frustrated by her Agile experiences — and so have her clients. "There is no process. Things fly all directions, and despite SVN [version control] developers overwrite each other and then have to have meetings to discuss why things were changed. Too many people are involved, and, again, I repeat, there is no process."
The premise here is not that Agile sucks — quite to the contrary — but that developers have to understand how Agile processes can make users anxious, and learn to respond to those fears. Not all those answers are foolproof. For example:
Detailed designs and planning done prior to a project seems to provide a "safety net" to business sponsors, says Semeniuk. "By providing a Big Design Up Front you are pacifying this request by giving them a best guess based on what you know at that time — which is at best partial or incorrect in the first place." The danger, he cautions, is when Big Design becomes Big Commitment — as sometimes business sponsors see this plan as something that needs to be tracked against. "The big concern with doing a Big Design up front is when it sets a rigid expectation that must be met, regardless of the changes and knowledge discovered along the way," says Semeniuk.
How do you respond to user anxiety from Agile processes?"
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