But the country insists on ignoring these systems. Oddly enough, every time this topic comes up on
That's because you're making good sense. This is certainly not the forum for that.
What has this person done of note, other than charge lots of money for a product? I imagine some here will try to be civil, and ask him a serious question, but why? He is not a remarkable person, so please do not treat him as such. I know, I know, everyone is interesting in their own way, but then, we might as well interview a stomped cockroach on Slashdot next.
I'd really rather hear from the stomped cockroach.
If MS made this a 1st class citizen of Visual Studio it might gain some traction.
The same Visual Studio that phones home with telemetry about what you're coding and how well it's going? Yeah, thanks very much but no thanks.
I mean, the irony is hilarious: Microsoft (MICROSOFT!) being concerned about language safety issues!
"[...] reluctance to overthrow sovereign Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi [...]"
In what dreamworld of Assange's was Gaddafi a "sovereign" leader by any stretch of the imagination? That's just ludicrous! Gaddafi seized power in a military coup in 1969 and clung to power for the next 42 years as a murderous despot. He is not forgotten and he is never missed. Libyans themselves shot him when they finally got the chance.
No, we're generally tech-savvy here, so it's more antisocial media
Most importantly, avoid places both real and online, where they may congregate. Specifically mentioned as such dangerously stupid locations are Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Google Plus, Instagram, Snapchat, Reddit, Tumblr, Pinterest, Vine and LinkedIn.
And Peeple. Don't forget Peeple. Especially stay away from Peeple if you want to avoid really dangerously stupid people.
I'm a Lisp variable -- bind me!