It's none of those. Try again.
I'm not surprised to see Nashville listed as a "momentum market" in this report, there's a lot of interesting stuff going on there (I lived there for 9 years before relocating in 2014) and for 20-somethings it's an exciting and affordable place to live.
> it's not like experience is all that important in a brand new field
What brand new field ? There's no such thing. You could be writing drivers for teleporters using a quantum computer for all I care, experience still helps.
Agreed on entertainment, but for informational videos, a bit of a speed-up is really handy. The Team Treehouse site has nice material, and when you speed up the videos to 1.5x or so, you really feel like you're moving along.
So what happens when you're in a multi-story building, like the Water Tower in Chicago? You may be in the Lego store, but 3 floors below is Victoria's Secret...
You have to remember, tech execs are often falling over each other to make grand proclamations so they can appear visionary. This reminds me of a similarly absurd comment by a tech executive that "78% of small businesses have fully adopted cloud computing".
Um, I think I'd call that number into question...
I used node for a while, I should have known better, but it sure made a change. Not a good change, but definitely a change. I think this explains it pretty well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
I'm waiting for the announcement of Trump-Musk 2016.
We will definitely need more popcorn.
The plough was a lot more influential than the wheel. Without the plough we would never have progressed far enough to need the wheel. It provided the surplus which all over advances depend on.
In the last 100 years the most influential gadget is the washing machine. It released women from the home into the workplace, transforming society. The computer probably ranks second in importance in last 100 years but if the computer/internet combo had done as much good as one would hope then we would be a lot smarter than we are and the given answers would be less ridiculous.
Python and Ruby are similar languages, and yet the cultures around the two are very different. A certain segment of Ruby has moved to node.js now.
Many people write memos to tell you they have nothing to say.