This is done so they can pretend to be looking for workers, when in fact they are trying NOT to hire anyone so they can meet the government's requirements and employ more lower paid H1B visa workers. There are actually HR seminars about how NOT to hire people while still complying with the requirements of looking for work.
It's a silly name because it doesn't serve up Structured Query Language, it consumes that. "Microsoft Relational Data Server" would've been better.
(And for anyone old enough to remember, yes I know the product originally started out licensing Sybase's SQL Server engine.)
The database name is not chopped off in an abbreviation, that's the server (and instance) name that's being abbreviated, and the database name is not visible at all on the tab.
Luckily you can customize which things get put on them. For example in SSMS 10.5, menu Tools/Options, expand Text Editor in the tree view, and select Editor Tab and Status Bar. My preference is database name and file name.
Dunno why the tabs don't expand to show everything when there's available space. Come to think of it, I don't think I've ever seen that. Tabs in Firefox are fixed width too, truncating with an ellipsis instead of using the available space.
Sure, cuz they want to get home in one piece. But I've never seen a drunk step carefully once they're out of their car. Because it's primitively understood that falling down is generally vastly less dangerous than getting in a car wreck.
In the dark, a drunk would've tripped on the single step up to my stoop.
I wonder if one's ears are pretty much blown out when firing any kind of serious firearm indoors, without ear protection. That's another reason I don't want to have to reload, as I might be pretty disoriented after the first shot.
This'll make RG cringe, but it occurred to me that I'm not looking for "stopping power" (as in putting the guy down) in a firearm and load, I'm looking for "repelling power". Because, as I said, I don't want to kill or seriously harm anyone. I want him to run off, not bleed out in my living room.
It seems like if someone wants to kill me, they can just jump me as I come out of my house, or follow me to work and jump me there, or to the grocery store and gun me down in the parking lot. I'm not worried about people wanting to come into my house to kill me, and who are willing to risk their own lives to do so. There's easier ways. And I'm not going to get into a shoot-out in my home, nor am I going to try to flush them out if they lie in wait somewhere downstairs.
I can't do anything about my vulnerability to someone wanting to kill me, so I'm not trying. I just want to be able to get an intruder to leave my home immediately. So I'd favor something typically non-lethal, especially considering in California they like to charge people with crimes for defending themselves and their homes/businesses, so it would be a plus if I had the legal standing of using something that didn't qualify as "deadly force".
But unfortunately the less the lethality of a load choice, the more that reloadability comes into play. For me it would be a balance of potentially killing or maiming, versus having to only say it once. And I think I would weight it in favor of the latter. I.e. I don't want to have to reload in a panic situation, so it's got to be a strong enough single response, to dissuade those even high on something, but should be no stronger. Or as close as I can get to this, I think.
Go suck a dick faggot
I suspect he's ok with that (if not with the way you phrased it).
I've heard of lazy, but this takes the cake. Or maybe, in your case, has the cake delivered, not to your front door, but to your sofa.
An 'unboxing' is only half of the modern way of reporting on new hardware. The more interesting question in this case is "will it blend?"
Machines certainly can solve problems, store information, correlate, and play games -- but not with pleasure. -- Leo Rosten