Please, don't wine about that...
Please, don't wine about that...
Correct, I know what you mean, having the same credentials myself.
However, having both is what enables you to enable your team to work pure magic in projects, a shame it is invisible to all but the ones that take the credit for it, when you yourself is looking the other way being stuck with some technical detail.
Being technical, which requires quite a bit of IQ, also comes with a high sense of right and wrong, that makes you somewhat backstabbing impaired, and every time you get screwed over you loose a little bit of willpower to try again.
That's why you don't see any good engineering managers, they just gave up at some point along the road.
No, your wife deserves better, check out Linux Mint instead, the 13 edition with mate esp. Everything works out of the box, and it's supported to 2017.
The name "Gandalf" was lifted by Tolkien from Norse mythology(along with a shitload of other stuff), and was actually the name of a dwarf.
Norse mythology is worshiped as Asetro today, and is a legit faith in Scandinavia, so if you try to trademark a name like that, you'd be violating human rights.
It would be like trying to trademark a name from the Christian Bible, which I don't think is possible, even in USA.
If so, I think I'll write a novel with this guy, lets call him Jesus, and sue for rights infringement!
You're right, though there are some extra considerations.
Almost always, the idea guy has no or little knowledge of the technology required to realize the idea, so what he really needs is a translator that can translate and architect his idea to a language and understanding that can be processed by a programmer, where as the actual programming, can be done in India or any other popular outsourcing country. Many idea makers tend try to skip this step, which gives them a lot of grief and misery, many fine ideas died because of this.
You also need the translator to take management of the application into account, I've seen many projects that require huge amounts of manpower due to bad design, which steals the overall profit, making TCO go insane. Sure, if you launch a start-up and hope for a quick buy-out, this would be a valid strategy, it's often seen that the buyers of start-ups have to invest money to optimize, stabilize and rationalize the systems in order to make a profit.
Question is, if you're a programmer, do you sit and wait for more cheese hoping that your job isn't going to be outsourced, or do you
hop up a level in the food-chain?
This is excactly why people buy Microsoft software, pure and simple.
"Frame Dragging" is because of low fps in the Matrix due to poor hardware.
Don't worry, I've talked to some guy named Smith about it, they'll upgrade shortly.
The reason many Scandinavians(And I'll point out to our American readers that's Denmark, Norway and Sweeden) are pretty good at English, is because we had a huge influence on the language some 1000 years ago, when we occupied England.
Quite some of the words in the english language are actually derived from old norse language, which was the language that was spoken in Scandinavia through the iron age and viking age, which later turned into Danish, Norwegian and Swedish.
The reason some people think that people from Finland is good at English, is either because they only heard the very few that actually can speak understandable English, or lack of knowledge about the fact that Finnish is of a complete different origin than other Scandinavian languages.
Also, here in Denmark, they up until recently always had tv/movies for children texted and in the original language, but the German and French way of voiceovering are slowly creeping into our contry for some reason, damn lazy youth!
So in the future you'll probably see people with poorer English language skills from here, sad but true.
Polymer physicists are into chains.