I remember this back when Microsoft called it activex.
Then you must remember incorrectly, because WebAssembly is literally nothing like ActiveX.
All these words "bullying", "fake news", etc. are code words involved in liberal virtue signalling.
Oh Golly Gosh, here they come with their code words to take away our liberties.
I wouldn't know.
Thanks for proving my point.
Voting for Trump because you wanted "good government" is like hitting yourself in the balls with a hammer to take your mind of your headache.
Actually, for most people, voting for Trump is like hitting *other people* in the balls with a hammer to take your mind off your headache.
I don't know if this is the joke or not, but in your sig you say: const int one = 65536; That is in fact wrong. In integer rollover: 65535 +1 = 0 So I'm not sure what you are getting at. If there is a joke there other than integer rollover then I don't get it.
It's probably an example of the infamous programmer "off-by-one" error. The source code he quoted actually exists in a project.
I didn't vote for Trump, but so far, I have no complaints.
Ignorance is bliss, is it not?
Which violation of the constitution?
Here's a hint: Google "Trump Constitution". There's only about 80 million search results to choose from, but the first 200 or so should give you an idea.
Do you understand now why Trump won the election?
Yes, because people are stupid.
Prototypes should be designed based on the goals they're supposed to achieve: performance and functionality that approaches the final manufactured unit, but with the flexibility to easily troubleshoot, modify, and reproduce the prototype without requiring several lengthy and expensive manufacturing cycles.
Believe me, once the finalized design undergoes its first manufacturing cycle, there will be several kinks that need to be debugged and resolved. It's really best to not conjoin those manufacturing issues with other fundamental usability issues that may arise earlier during product development cycles.
If stuff comes from China, you can't just say it's "Made in US".
Not yet, but give Trump a few days.
I bet the layer of product managers at Atlassian became top-heavy, with number of managers outpacing the number of sub-par software products they release (like JIRA.) So, the natural next step in the evolution of the company is to buy a non-sub-par software product company, and let the product managers have their way with turning the purchased software products into sub-par products. That way, every product manager gets a fair share of practice at screwing up perfectly fine software that probably doesn't really need to be modified in the ways they are intending.
Plot twist: Blackberry renames itself to "Research in Motion", becomes a leading seller of autonomous cars to business executives everywhere.
Furthermore, business executives absolutely rave over the hardware-based steering wheel and pedals included in RIM's autonomous cars. "Real business executives need hardware steering on their cars," claims RIM CEO of the week. "Virtual steering interfaces, like those offered by Apple, just don't cut it in the business world."
Fakebook or Twotter
It's Farcebook and Twitster, get it right.