Don't forget data races.
Don't forget data races.
Well, that's an eloquent argument. You don't care about memory management and data synchronization? Fine, go ahead, you can build your console based tic-tac-toe game app without it. No problem.
This is what you can expect in a country where money is considered free speech.
According to Elon Musk, we must be in a nested simulation: if the odds that we don't live in one is 1 in a billion, why would those odds be any different for our simulators? And then up and up and up, until we reach the point where (1-1/1000000000)^n is acceptably low.
What ever made him say such a stupid thing?
As far as I can tell, Have has exactly the same shortcomings as Go, but with a slightly different syntax. I don't care about indentation vs block markers (I prefer begin
The Go language is indeed limited: I see it as an odd mixture between Java and C, a Java-- if you want: no OOP, no generics, automatic memory management. It does offer easier multi-threading than either. So Go offers a lot of protection against typical C bugs, but performs better than Java. It's therefore a sane choice if you want to write low-level-ish applications, where performance matters, and you don't want to spend dev time doing your own memory management.
Personally, I find Rust very interesting, but it's a bitch when it comes to rewriting old code in it. I would love to do a bigger project in it, though, to get a better feel for it.
That's such a polarized view.
First, you don't, or rather, shouldn't vote for a person based on your interpretation of that person's image, but rather on how you think he or she would represent your views (in this case as a president).
Second: treason? Millions of deaths? You surely must know you're exaggerating.
Proven crimes are petty. And Trump isn't corrupt? Haha. https://www.washingtonpost.com...
I have no direct stake in the matter, and I think "HRC" is not to be trusted at all, but did you ever listen to Trump speak? He's got the intelligence of a 14 year old. And the temper too. But there is no other choice, so Hillary it is.
Austria doesn't have a history of large indemnifications. And they could disinherit her or stop paying for her studies. And of course, most people aren't wealthy. I'd say you're most likely wrong.
How can you get modded insightful? Please read the verdict. It implies nothing of the kind.
I agree with your surprise, but reviewers often look how an article fits with their own pet theories, or political allegiances. They only try to destroy it contradicts them. And many magazines allow you to propose a list of reviewers. The result is that quite a few articles just slip through.
It's often easier to kill a paper because its methods are sloppy or because not all steps have been thoroughly tested than to actually verify the data and the way it's been processed. The latter can take weeks or months in the case of a complex study, and reviewers have a few hours. So even then nobody looks at the data.
You really are part of the problem, aren't you? You first have this passive aggressive "YOU MUST BACK THIS UP OR ELSE" attitude, and then casually admit that it's true, but it's not Google's fault. And that's ignoring the absolutely non-backed-up statement about iOS.
Are you sure there's nothing Google can do? Are you sure Google doesn't have agreements with phone manufacturers about customizaton? Are you sure Google doesn't own the trademark for Android and can forbid basically anyone of labeling their phone an Android phone? Well, no, you are not. So Google could just as easily have started to force them to provide updates. But no, that would not be in the shareholder's interest.
And you get a +5 informative. Really. The levels of corporate shilling are astonishing.
Windows isn't that bad. Interface is decent, it responds, etc. But a phone just a tool for me. I needed something cheap that wasn't too crappy.
The Moto was free of crapware, BTW, but it had this stupid problem where after every update I had to do a reset and reload all contacts and applications and whatever. I ended up having no applications, because of the hassle. My last problem was trying to install Cyanogen. It just bricked the phone, so I gave the Windows phone a chance.
If I ever need another one (well, more like: when), I'll consider an "AOSP" phone. I have very little knowledge of all the models, though. It's become quite the jungle.
"You know, we've won awards for this crap." -- David Letterman