Re: Better programing technicques...
One can only hope.
768 posts • joined 23 Oct 2009
The point that you are learning how to program in several different programming paradigms which teaches you how to think about problems in different ways. After that, you can pick up other syntaxs relatively easily and you have a better understanding in general of differing languages strengths and weaknesses.
If there is a job that requires language X or Y for it's products, then the employer has some responsibility to provide relevant training.
That is, if your like me and expect our education system to actually educate rather than turn out programing drones.
Well since we were a founding member of and signatory to Luango (which include some non-EU states) up until we left the EU and nothings substantively changed so why shouldn't we apply to rejoin after Brexit? Oh, I remember, the EU commission has got to use every bureaucratic leave available to it, to be a right pain in the ass.
Goes around, comes around. CAFS meet AXDIMM your spiritual successor. Not that CAFS was either the first nor unique. These 'innovations' are the inevitable consequence of a difference between the speed of fast processing verses the slow speed of memory access. Not sure what would happen if memory was way faster than processing.
NINOs have never been unique. No one should ever think they are or were. At one point there were three offices issuing NINOs, guess what happened. Even now, a new NINO is not always unique and they are being issued from one source. Go figure.
If you want unique, how about having a pension scheme number?
"Be brave, then; for your captain is brave, and vows
reformation. There shall be in England seven
halfpenny loaves sold for a penny: the three-hooped
pot; shall have ten hoops and I will make it felony 2370
to drink small beer: all the realm shall be in
common; and in Cheapside shall my palfrey go to
grass: and when I am king, as king I will be,— "
Would that mean that an employee to be allowed into work or not but never some of the time. That the number of at work employees is always constantly known. Saying your going to work and then not turning up doesn't count. And that the number of at work employees is recorded by chipping it in stone.
Would seem to me that the normal capitalist race to the bottom on costs and the need to secure infrastructure are almost diametrically opposed. The only way to stop the cost cutting and improve the security would be if it were mandated by legal regulations. Tell me left pondians, are you up for bigger government and higher prices?
Remind me again, how many US citizens get extradited to the UK?
To answer my own question, not many. Latest data I could quickly find states 7 in the years of 2004 to 2011 inclusive. A nice rider being "No US citizen was extradited for an alleged crime while the person was based in the US" so...
If you factor in the fact that COVID deaths are measures as people dying within 28 days of a positive test; then 20 a day is basically the baseline as it's very close to the number you would expect to have died of other causes yet have tested positive in the last 28 days.
Note to self. Write shorter sentences...
Had to look up what CCaas is. Not too much the wiser but I think it is call center apps running in the cloud which you rent. It apparently "helps you deliver exceptional customer experiences to maximize business outcomes". Which I guess translates as, not pissing off your customers too much while not costing a lot.
Hum, and who assess whats crap and what isn't? Us chattering apes chatter incessantly. Most of it is inane banal rubbish, some of it is interesting, some maybe misleading or dangerous. We always have and always will. All that is different here is the communication channel for the stream of chatter. Recently, we have moved to world wide chatter distribution system. Whether this warrants the sort of mud slinging and angst that is currently happening is debatable. I recon there could be money at stake ;)
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