Compared to everyone else, you do.
Yeah, I mean it's not rocket science.
Stoopid. You don't measure your mining in current $, you measure it in what it will be worth in 6 month time when 1BTC=$1000000. In that respect he has lost a lot of money.
I know Visual Studio is clunky but can open source provide anything as powerful? By that i mean you can debug/step through code in the web page, the middle tier and even in managed stored procedures in the database, all from the same IDE. Not having to swap between three different applications, from three different sources. Can OS do anything similar?
Personally there was the first Star Wars film that came out when I was 7. Full stop. Even Empire and Jedi seemed a bit unnecessary to me. I do remember talk of there being 9 films at the time though.
Yeah, because I would love to spend my time maintaining something that is no longer supported, while my skill set slowly goes the same way as my will to live.
You really need to badger your managers to upgrade things every couple of years or so. If you do it continually then it is not going to be as painful as jumping a couple of releases of the language in one go. Unless you do new stuff and use the latest technologies then your working practices are going to remain the same. Things move fast these days (though not that fast in the python world). To reference a language I am more familiar with, I am sure a C# application written in
I tried that but it still says "BillGatesSux" is taken.
Can we bring up Pat Metheney and his Orchestrion at this point? He has an orchestra full of real instruments that he can play with his guitar, sort of like MIDI for real instruments.
>>I would do the same with a Rapsberry Pi, some USB display, and a battery,
I am sticking with my 4S until it is rendered too slow by the OS. A faster processor doesn't really mean anything these days. Most of the apps I run are not processor heavy games. Bigger screens and coloured cases are all window dressing really.
Welcome to the joys of getting old
Lets face it, the original iPhone was all about running "web apps". Crappy bits of HTML running over the web. It is only because people started jailbreaking and writing their own apps that Apple opened up iOS to developers. Without the original jailbreakers Apple would be a lot, lot poorer.
Come on, its not like you meet someone on a $30/M web site, start dating, cancel your subscription and you are suddenly forced to stop dating them. You go on for a few months, contact all the possibles and if there is nothing, then you cancel. Stay on there too long and you just start contacting random ones.
Isn't the article rather missing the point? Does the average Android game really require more power? How many cores do you really need to play Angry Birds? I guess the hardest thing it is ever going to do is play 1080 video and I suspect the chipset is already optimised for that.
6.023 x 10 to the 23rd power alligator pears = Avocado's number