LOL! love it
LOL! love it
OO has, time and time again, led to more bloat and more confusion due to so much abstraction rather than direct commands. Want to reuse code, here's a thought, use copy/paste. Having to find objects and then discover their methods is a waste of time, a rich api with built-in ready to run statements and functions that only require simple plug-in values is the way to go.
Oh that's right. Copying and pasting is FAR more efficient. Cause when you find a bug in the original code, there's nothing easier than locating all the spots where you copied and pasted that code to make similar modifications.
Someone mod the parent up.
I'm hoping they decide to faithfully translate this article.
That's the problem here - all their material is controlled by the state, so they can't translate everything.
If they are like you but more awesome, then they are nothing like you.
Being the most popular person on Facebook is an honour reserved for the very stupid.
This has been discussed before. If a gaming website caused them issues, then I've always thought that blocking AOL would pretty much cause a huge problem for AOL customer support.
For example, a DBA should keep up with how much diskspace each database is taking. Warnings will show up on an Oracle DB when it reaches the limit. MS SQL just allows the DB to grow automatically. That seems more management friendly until the entire disk fills up (with no warning). Then it's more complicated to solve.
You're doing it wrong.
MS Support isn't great. From my experience (and your mileage may vary), though we had Enterprise Support, they were often slow to respond. It would sometimes take a week for them to acknowledge that they received and understood our problems. And often they offered no real solution. For example, one night the SQL Server went down for no reason. The server didn't go down, but the SQL server stopped responding until we rebooted the whole server. When I left I don't think they ever figured out why it would randomly shut down.
Really? We logged a ticket with Oracle about a problem with their 10g OLEDB components, where it was giving the wrong DefinedSize for NCHARs. Initially they said it wasn't a problem, but 18 months later when my manager escalated the issue (on their advise!) they finally admitted they had an issue. Sadly, we were told that they couldn't implement the fix in 10g because it was outside of their fix lifecycle. But remember: we reported the issue 18 months ago, when 11g had only been on the market for a short time.
I've seen nothing but bad support from Oracle, and I'm not the only one. Oracle support sucks balls. MS Support, on the other hand, has been nothing but excellent for us when we have issues with SQL Server.
Getting laid by multiple mother-in-laws is really pretty twisted.
Make that about an hour... thanks for boring the living crap out of us, Oakshot!
Yup. Not even the WMF would have cited Wikipedia in a court of law. They don't recommend using it as the sole source of info for University, and they sure don't recommend that it be used to argue law!
How very self-referential.
Or "From the Frypan, into the Fire"?
Who said anything about that being the bug?
I'd suggest that he remove the image and claim the higher moral ground.
Is this really something he wants to go into battle over?!? I'm sure he has better things to do.
Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he'll invite himself over for dinner. - Calvin Keegan