I think that's what he was referring to.
I dont think it was awful as submissions go, but I suppose they could have clarified what a database is, what type-safe is, and what a query is.
To be fair, the title of the story was 'Type Safety Coming To DB Queries.' If you don't know what four of those six words mean, then it probably isn't for you.
Who still wants a keyboard with a numpad?
The numpad is the only way I can play Nethack. I could never get to grips with those VIM keys.
I had a friend who were far from bright
The ones I did were regular official ones though.
I wouldn't be too sure about that, if I were you!
I have an useful motto when it comes to these things - I'm not the law. So break it. I don't care. But when you get caught remember that I don't care.
That is useful. I hope you quote that to the next hooded gentleman who stops you on the street and asks for your mobile phone.
(wait.. have I just been trollertronned?)
Behind every great computer sits a skinny little geek.