+1 no mod points
+1 no mod points
Norway was liberated when the Germans surrendered - which veterans do you find appropriate to celebrate, all of the allied forces or "just" the resistance movement of Norway?
I, for one, welcome our new google overlords if this in fact means other following the same example would be spared from patent claims (applies to the US mostly but still).
Utter crap and you know it. Lists of open source that exceed apples by very far can be found at your local apt, yast, ports or other open-source "retailer".
Perhaps the most important thing is to recognize the fact that Assange != WikiLeaks. I for one believe strongly in the latter but not the former. The real work has been done by other people - he's just what media (and some others) mistake for the same thing.
Agreed. I love my Topre Realforce.
I'm working at a university in Sweden. This kind of behaviour would be totally unacceptable here (afaik).
Sure, the wired net with static IP's has a MAC filter but anyone is welcome to use the guest wlan which works ok as long as you don't need to access file shares behind our firewalls.
...and it works well with nginx http://www.mono-project.com/FastCGI_Nginx
For us working with web stuff there really isn't anything important missing from Mono.
My HP EliteBook hasn't crashed once either since I got it 7 months ago. I do some heavy stuff on it including gaming. It's more of a desktop replacement than laptop but still, "it just works".
*All* MacBooks and MBP's older than 3 yrs belonging to people in my immediate surroundings have problems with hanging/freezing and/or screen glitches.
2 years ago one of my closest friends had to return his brand new 17" MBP *four times* due to broken hardware.
Apple != quality.
I'm not saying others are better, just that the hype surrounding Apple hardware is bollocks.
I wrote a docx-generating module in C# for reporting around 2 years ago. There were no problems with OO then and I've heard no complaints since (I tested it on OS X, Windows and Ubuntu).
It is after all just a zipped xml-file.
Well, "Mac OS X guest on a Mac from a Windows or Linux host" implies running another OS on Mac/Apple hardware, does it not?
I'd love to run OS X as guest OS on my dev machine (not Apple) to test web pages on OS X Safari instead of powering up the old MacBook.
Yes, it's webkit and I can use Chrome but still some form elements render differently.
If you call compiled Objective-C interpreted... Monotouch will convert mono-style C# to Objective-C and then compile it.
If you have a procedure with 10 parameters, you probably missed some.