what's a yard?
what's a yard?
so, i don't care!
shift is for noobs
Me and my team migrated away from nodejs.
it is not easy to debug,
the library versioning is shit via npm so 1 deployment may well be different from the next.
finding good libraries is like
scaling is poor.
what is it good for? quick prototyping and experimentation. Fantastic for that.
I love apple juice, it tastes fantastic, but you can't fool yourself in to thinking that because it is juice it is magically good.
Of course you can. People are constantly fooling themselves with all sorts of assumptions and dumb ideas. There is no end to it really.
Sadly, people will think something like this is progress.
I don't get it
eggs? lobby group? blogs? articles?
Is it blogs? I guess that is remotely techy?!?
Conservative economists (when they testify for the chemical industry) believe that the free market is perfectly efficient, so if they can make money doing something, it must be good.
It's hard to believe that this is true, but it appears in so many industries in many variations. e.g. if (name some pop music artist) music is popular, it must be good.
I think it is strange that someone is vacationing with their spouse now.
omg - what rock are you under?
I'll list some for you:
1) smart phones - world changing - 13 years ago with the blackberry when people started to use them
2) human genome sequencing - world changing - 15 years ago - completed 2000, but finalized in 2003
3) digital cameras - world changing - average people didn't start using them until 16 years ago, 1999.
4) LCD monitor - world changing - 17 years ago
5) rebirth of the electric cars - world changing - 7 years ago
6) Linux - 24 years ago
7) Amazon - 21 years go -- and in particular, AWS, 13 years ago.
oh, if you are looking at things when they were first invented, ARPANET is 1969.
all of these things on their own are meaningless, but together change everything we do -- globally.
life is very different now because of all of these things.
I think you are mistaken -- 3 is normal. 2 is color blindness, commonly red/green blindness. And by receptors, I presume you mean cones.
Perhaps you are thinking of tetrachromat, where very few people have that 'condition', and Concetta Antico is one person who does... who also happens to be female... with the presumably prerequisite 2 X chromosomes. Eagles are also tetrachromat.
I find that an implant that allows me to securely store data too sensitive for regular computer networks is the way to go.
I've done something similar for years (going on 6 years) with a lower powered one.
It works great. sits above my furnace (not on it). Auto restarts on a power failure, etc.
My crawl space isn't dusty nor wet as a lot of posters suggest to protect against -- and after 6 years, it doesn't owe me anything -- still going strong.
A 'rocket', sure. But a 'plane'?
Come on! Here is my wingless rock 'plane' and my wingless shoe 'plane'.
It lands via a parachute, just like a... a 'plane'!
heavy publication bias towards positive papers (where significance was found, as opposed to negative papers supporting the null-hypothesis)
I'm afraid all [science] research succumbs to that.
take note: coined today!
"my terminal is a lethal teaspoon." -- Patricia O Tuama