Hypercard then TI-BASIC.
Hypercard then TI-BASIC.
I guess you and I stay in a different class of hotel.
Absolutely. To get near the same experience as with AirBNB I could stay in a $160/night hotel.
Now I'm looking at $640 wk vs $200 wk.
I work remotely and need to be at a few different sites a few times per month.
For ~$50/night at AirBNB I can get a quiet room, a place to sleep and no distractions.
A hotel in the ~$50-$100/night range has a hall that smells like weed. People wandering up and down the halls at all hours of the night and hit or miss bed bugs.
They do it every day all over the world with excellent results.
They also do it all over the world with bad results. Truck companies are adding 'auto dock' functions to newer trucks because damage to loading docks happens constantly.
pfSense works just fine. Depending on their internet connection get a newer CPU with AES-NI and you should have no problem routing all the traffic.
You mean like XBMC -> OSXBMC -> Plex.
Your mistake is assuming a 'farmer' is some guy that has been farming since birth like his father and grand father before him.
Corporate megafarms are the new customers that JD is catering to. I wouldn't be shocked if they do have a TaaS in place already. They have service contracts that say if a tractor is down for more than N hours JD reimburses them.
It's the MO of most heavy equipment these days in mines and on big construction projects.
The Leaf does a bit better in winter than a comparable gasser. The battery has a bit of nice heft down low. My wife's leaf with snow tires did great in 3 MI winters.
That's where the market is.
People were begging GM to keep their EV1s. The market that liked them really liked them. GM said "no" and crushed them.
They could have given the EVs to college campuses and thrown some "prize money" at improving them annually and been way ahead of Tesla by now. Look at what everyone got out of a mere $1M in DARPA prize money (that they didn't even give out the first year).
Caterpillar (sponsors of CMU's Red Team) has self driving dump trucks. Uber came in and poached all of CMU's autonomous grad students & teachers. Pittsburgh is the SV of autonomous vehicles.
GM could have given a budget rounding error to sponsor an EV prize in 1999 and been way ahead of the game by now.
Write software after/before work.
BSD license it and sell support/customizations. When you're making more on the side than your main job, quit your main job.
PulseAudio is not perfect, but it is improving, and is itself a big improvement on older sounds systems that often didn't work at all for many setups. Systemd is not perfect but it is a huge improvement on the old script init that couldn't handle modern features like hotplugging devices and sleep mode.
How is my FreeBSD desktop handling all those 'modern features' without PA or systemd?
Sooner or later, everything old is new again.
The apprentice perspective is an educational theory of apprenticeship concerning the process of learning through physical integration into the practices associated with the subject, such as workplace training. By developing similar performance to other practitioners, an apprentice will come to understand the tacit (informally taught) duties of the position. In the process of creating this awareness, the learner also affect their environment; as they are accepted by master practitioners, their specific talents and contributions within the field are taken into account and integrated into the overall practice.
Actually the opposite, just like with building houses. It's easier to outsource architecture and engineering than it is to outsource the guy hammering the nails.
I'm not sure if trade electricians have specialized track for low voltage applications but you're not going to be able to outsource the guy punching down the ethernet ends. There is a lot of work that needs to be done that requires specialized training before a higher level person can take over.
As soon as you get a machine's IPMI online and pingable someone else sitting anywhere in the world can take over.
Congratulations companies. You have now figured out that 4 year degrees are not on the job training seminars.
My local high school has an "IT" track that is very hands on approach to a sysadmin style job without the college. There are multiple job positions across all industries that are better served with a hands on approach to learning just like plumbing, electrical, pipe fitting, etc.
When you build a house you don't need 50 architects and engineers. You need a handful and then another handful of people that know how to put hammer to wood. I don't know why people think that IT, coding, etc is any different.
You're using a keyboard! How quaint!