I'm on year long industrial placement as part of my software engineering course. I go back to do my fourth year after next summer.
I'm studying software engineering (same course as computer science till third year). 1/4 of the course chose computer science because they somehow figured that being good at WoW and other games meant that they would be good at and enjoy computer science.
Most of this 1/4 are within the lowest 1/4 of the year.
It doesn't. How could it, without communicating with a central server for the arraignment of the choices.
He ran it for 10,000 times and came up with this graph:
Position I.E. Firefox Opera Chrome Safari
1 1304 2099 2132 2595 1870
2 1325 2161 2036 2565 1913
3 1105 2244 1374 3679 1598
4 1232 2248 1916 590 4014
5 5034 1248 2542 571 605
Looks pretty significant to me. Chrome was in position 5 almost 10 times less than IE was.
Sometimes. Remember Play4Sure?
It's not unusual for open office to be better at opening old
It is enough to change it in your router or DHCP server if other machines on the network get it automatically.
Your router normally acts as the DNS server, and forwards requests onto your ISP's or google's.
# Generated by NetworkManager
There are a LOT more +5 posts than +3 or +4.
This may be because a lot of people browse at +3 or +4, so only see the ones which have already made it that far.
"You're a creature of the night, Michael. Wait'll Mom hears about this." -- from the movie "The Lost Boys"