I learned to code by enrolling as a Computer Science major at University. I had no computer at home. My first exposure to programming, or really computers in general, was in the computer lab's Unix machines. My first CS class, CS 201 or whatever it was, was where I first learned to code. Coding became my profession, and I'm pretty good at it. So I get to roll my old-man eyes whenever I hear that we need to start teaching kids to code when they're 6.
None of the above. The jazz were a popular team back when I created this id. I visit Utah sometimes, it's a great place for many reasons. But, everyone I've met there knows the church/govt does some crazy things, and they all seem fine talking about it.
Seriously, tell me WTF this company does:
Gina’s Ink, Incorporated has created a platform called the Change My World Now Initiative, which engages, educates and empowers American children, facilitating their ability to reach out and in turn, empower children in countries around the world to move beyond their present circumstances and to find the independence and dignity that education can provide.
The Change My World Now Initiative transforms the conversation that children are having with themselves, their peers, their parents and their community. Instilling the ideas of self-reliance, self-worth, tolerance, and self-acceptance early in life will have a radical effect on children, their future, and their circles of influence, creating a cadre of young leaders, truly...Changing the World One Bright Light at a Time.
Reminds me of a similar story. In Provo, in order to house BYU students, an apartment complex must be "BYU approved". They only approve the whole building, not individual units, so basically, every building in Provo is BYU approved, because otherwise they'd be at a serious disadvantage getting tennants. One of the requirements of being "BYU approved" is that the Honor Code staff can inspect your apartment at any time for violations.
So, a guy who is not a student at BYU, comes home one day to find a picture he had on his wall, of a girl wearing a bikini, had been taken down. The morality police at BYU were unapologetic. He violated their code, in their town.
Imagine people with that mentality. They wouldn't think twice about requiring you like them on Facebook.
These people have been BEGGING for Trump.
Yes, and they succeeded. Now they will win the presidency by a landslide, and probably take back the senate too.
Richly deserved IMO.
Exactly how are liberals suffering from Trump's success? It's the best thing that ever happened to them. Hillary goes to bed every night praying for Donald's continued good health.
Trump is literally going to plaster the walls with Hillary
I don't think that word means what you think it means.
As a developer named John writes, “Software development sometimes needs to be allowed to bend the rules/regulations in order to operate efficiently/quickly. Too many times, the rules (e.g., who has access, when, what can be installed, etc.) cause ridiculous delays in cycle time for development or support.”
A classic example is when developers assume always-on connectivity. “The network is not a static monolith that never changes,” one ops staffer noted. “We’re planning a data center network upgrade. It will require disconnecting every server and reconnecting them to the new switches.” That could cause some apps to think the entire world has ended and crash in an untidy heap.
Would you have included different magic spells?
I like how they have a bullet point leading with "support for rsync", only to state and the end of the sentence that it's a removal. It's like if the founding fathers had written :
"A well regulated militia, being necessary to a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed, is something that we've decided not to include in this bill or rights because it turned out it's totally broken and nobody ever noticed or complained."
When Jennifer Null tries to buy a plane ticket, she gets an error message on most websites. The site will say she has left the surname field blank and ask her to try again.
These people are real life Bobby Tables.
Most (all?) the recent terrorist acts in the west have been homegrown, not imports.
You are straw-manning. GP didn't ask if banning Muslim immigration would reduce terrorism -- didn't even mention the word in fact. GP asked why banning Muslim immigration from conflict areas is a bad idea. You might as well have answered that most dog bites come from dogs and not from Muslims, therefore we should let Muslims in.
It plays into the narrative that ISIS is trying to paint
That's a legitimate answer, but still not a good one. You seem to be assuming that a goal of this policy is to defeat ISIS. This answer holds no weight to people who don't care what ISIS wants.
dgatwood had the proper answer. Banning immigration based on religion is against our values, and our law. Engaging in a discussion about whether Muslims are good or bad is just playing into the hands of the fear mongers.
The 2d barcodes made the panic bar door opening less impressive.
Now I understand Trump's call to barcode all Muslims.
Please tell us more of your brilliant insights Shortguy881, we are all awaiting more of your precious pearls of wisdom.
That was the conventional wisdom about a month ago. Problem now is, Cruz is doing OK, and he is the most anti-establishment candidate of them all. If you add up all the establishment candidate votes, it's well under 50%, even if you gave them Carson. All Don and Ted have to do is make a deal on who is at the top and bottom of the ticket, combine delegates, and they win the nomination.
Of course, they lose the general, along with the House probably, which is awesome.
Balancing caloric input with exercise is missing the point. We're all going to live a life of some enjoyment, and then die a death of some misery. What should maximized is enjoyment over misery. For example, This woman is my hero.
"Show business is just like high school, except you get paid." - Martin Mull