The funny part is, you are far more likely to end up dead because that overhead light burns your house down
I said "apprentice", I didn't say village idiot.
How incredibly arrogant. I would totally hire a semiskilled carpenter to put up a tool shed in the back yard. Not so much a NYC high rise. I would also gladly hire an apprentice electrician to put in a new overhead light fixture, but not to wire up my 440v industrial machinery.
There's nothing dangerous about semiskilled programming, providing they are doing work that is appropriate for semiskilled programmers. I'm no more going to hire Thomas Knoll to write my company's Human Resources app than I'm going to personally apply for a job writing the next version of whatever the NYSE is using.
..we are all...individuals...
I recently rated a Dean Koontz book 1 out of 5 stars, and hated it so much I was driven to write my first product review ever on Amazon. People think anyone who gives a super low rating are just bitter people, so I broke it down as to why it sucked so bad.
It was worth finishing because the suckage came at the end, and it was worth reviewing for the same reason it's worth taking the time to post a "Danger - Quicksand" sign.
"...if the connection between the switches and law enforcement are overwhelmed with useless data, something known as a denial of service (DOS) attack...
This just in, arrest warrants issued for 92% of American females between the ages of 12 and 17.
The question of "water witching" to find bombs in Iraq comes back with 50% of the respondants crying confirmation bias, but a few things go wrong on a project that most likely has tens of thousands of important components and everyone starts screaming time travel, balance of the universe, etc.
What lies have you told yourself today?
After reading your post, I told myself that, in response to my initial incorrect reading, I wouldn't really give a poodle to a shark, but upon further reflection, I realized that was just wishful thinking.
Can't seem to find mine on wayback machine or on current site. Did you have to set something up manually?
Computers don't actually think. You just think they think. (We think.)