Basic on a Commodore Vic-20
Basic on a Commodore Vic-20
Someone's been reading John Ringo
Either way, it's terrible leaving all that energy go to waste. Let's start bootstrapping ourselves up the Kardashev scale.
CPU: Intel Core i5
RAM: 8GB DDR3
Video: Nvidia GeForce GT705
HDD1: 512MB SSD
HDD2: 1TB SATA
I completely failed. In fact I think I 'Petered Out'.
I bailed on that life, and found an organization willing to match my salary- back down at a developer position.
Kudos to you for realising this. Understanding that you are not suited to a role or position in any organisation (or life for that matter) is an insight that many people in higher positions refuse to accept. Thereby continuing the cycle.
Apologies for bringing down the tone of the conversation, but I read this as "Myths and Realities of Synthetic Blowjobs". 0_0
I really need to get out more.
I see this as an issue with the environment they're using. Currently - the way they are trying to communicate has *way* too many barriers and risks.
In my opinion, the risks outweigh the limited benefits that their "ISP" provides.
So....write a letter. Communicate over snail mail. No viruses, no Nigerian princes trying to dupe your relations out of their posessions.
This of course, is assuming that regular snail mail is not also blocked.
I'm a private pilot here in Ireland and every time I go across country (or further) flying, I treat it as a grand adventure. So, roll on summer!
Interesting....I hadn't seen this.
I'll make sure to do more research in future before opening my mouth
I'm trying to see Sony's angle on this and my opinion is that they're about to drop the entire kaboodle that is the PS3 after failing so miserably against giants like the Wii and the XBox 360.
They don't want the extra work involved in maintaining what is in essence, a virtual machine on their flagging games console.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not an anti-PS3 fanboy, it's the only games console I own.
I would advise reading "The Mythical Man Month" by Frederick P. Brooks. It is considered "The Bible" of the human elements of Software Engineering by many. By "human elements" I mean to include your request for information on estimating project time.
Here is a quote from page 20 of the book based on one portion of a software engineering project:
"In examining conventionally scheduled projects, I have found that few allowed one-half of the projected schedule for testing, but that most did indeed spend half of the actual schedule for that purpose. Many of these were on schedule until and except in system testing." (Brooks, 1995)
Brooks, Frederick P. (1995) The Mythical Man-Month: Essays on Software Engineering: Addison-Wesley Professional, p. 20
It's the only way to fly. The others are described as "being flown."
There is no other feeling in the world like it.
This is why exercise is good for you, people. Look at all the stuff its eating and it still manages to stay slim.
LOL Absolutely brilliant
Real Users find the one combination of bizarre input values that shuts down the system for days.