Comment Re:Think About It This Way (Score 3, Funny) 656
Long, short, double, long double, whatever.

Long, short, double, long double, whatever.

Skip the Differential Equations. There is virtually zero chance you'll ever see any use for Differential Equations in programming.
As the parent post suggested, Discrete Math. Take any and all the Discrete Math you can get. Discrete Math will teach you to be a better programmer.
Discrete Math nothing like "crazy advanced ugly math" like Differential Equations and Calculus. Discrete Math is stuff like Information theory, Logic, Set theory, Combinatorics, Graph theory, Game Theory, etc. Discrete Math will teach you concepts and techniques that are valuable for designing algorithms and handling data. This is Core Programming material.

"... but your aggressive attitude.."
good point, fuckwit.
The brake can be disabled, but if you forget, a new brake cartridge costs $70, and the blade will usually be ruined. Carbide blades are fairly expensive. And for a dado blade which requires a more expensive brake  total cost could be around $300
Yeah. $370, ouch! That's gotta be like umpteentimes more expensive than the cost of surgery to reattach one or more fingers. Did I mention.... "ouch"?

It's like a car that's small enough to carry and has been modded to fire bullets, and instead of an ignition key it uses a fingerprint scanner.

as demonstrated by their 13% market share.
Can I get $30k *and* the job?
But when will they upgrade my 4Mbps down / 256Kbps up DSL connection that I pay through the nose per month for? Cuz really, I keep reading about those marvelous link speeds but in the past 10 years, I haven't seen much of that reach the average Joe Blow internet user like me...
This is what happens when you don't use bull fertilizer.
Have you ever seen a more pathetic harvest?

Perhaps they exhausted the E supply.
The great E famine of 1939 decimated entire novels.

Your observation changes nothing.
the natural language interface with the system, OpenNLP is a powerful library for extracting meaning (semantics) from unstructured data... An example of unstructured data would be the blog post, an article in the New York Times, or a Wikipedia article.
Warning: Other examples of "unstructured data" include 4chan and Conservapedia.

you're a fucking moron.
and the numerous movies starring your mom.
shut your fucking hole.
Why won't sharks eat lawyers? Professional courtesy.