Considering Google ships Eclipse with every copy of their Android development kit, improving it means happier Android developers. Will improvements to Eclipse increase Android adoption rate among developers?
So one square meter isn't a square with 1 meter sides?
It is, but two square meters is not a square with 2 meter sides.
And what relational algebra languages "of all the alternatives" other than SQL are database professionals such as yourself using to query RDBMSes? Tutorial D?
So-called NoSQL DBMSes started out by requiring you to use object oriented facilities of your preferred client language to painfully build up queries.
It's no surprise to me that so-called NoSQL DBMSes are now developing SQL or SQL-derived query languages upon finding, as we seem to go through this same cycle every few years for the past 30, that SQL is pretty good at what it does.
That's explaining why journalism needs a kick in the teeth, not further doting encouragment. Nobody in this world needs opinions given to them on a plate, and if you think that, then you believe that people should be uninvasively lobotomised on a large scale by having their own thought processes undercut. You can't contribute anything to anyone if you are just regurgitating what everyone else has said, you just become another domino for somebody else's self amusement.
I recall an interview with supposed "Diablo-Killer" Titan's Quest creators who attributed the poor sales of their well-reviewed game to the fact that their prospective player-base could not break away from their MMOGs.
At least they didn't jump on the bandwagon and blame file sharing
Having a landline telephone
Seriously? You get points for being technologically backwards?
And what if you're not allowed to?
Being at your current address for a number of years
Being employed, and having been in your current job for a number of years
So, leading a boring life is bonus points too?
I tried that once with my cellphone? It did seal it very well.
Except the plastic ended up squashing all the buttons, including the power button, which turned it off. I tried letting a little air in, but then you couldn't hear or be heard. It was a nice try, but failed.
If a 6600 used paper tape instead of core memory, it would use up tape at about 30 miles/second. -- Grishman, Assembly Language Programming