Shirley his uncle Scrooge would be more fitting, he already has the swimming pool full of cash
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A thread here pointed me towards it at some point and my Pi Zero hasn't looked back since.
Hourly backups to my OneDrive and dynamic DNS updates incase the ISP decides to change my IP are a few of the add-ons I've thrown in.
At some point someone will break into BitWardens service ala LastPass problems, but they are much less likely to find mine on a random ip. And if the vulnerabilities don't get patched I can export my data and import into a n other service.
I've been involved in a number of outsourcing programmes and they have all fallen apart because the old in-house teams had the undocumented knowledge.
Management are sold the dream that an off shore team can do the same job as the more expensive incumbent, and they probably could. But changing an entire team all at the same time without every single process fully documented down to the smallest keypress is going to cause problems.
The depth of the knowledge gap is generally only found once the original teams have been let go and the first big change fails to make it's mark and only then does the value of constancy become apparent. The outsourcers will deliver what they promised, but what is often missed is that the terms of a contract is the maximum you will receive, not the minimum
I concur. A e-bike may be a gateway to the patent taking up normal cycling but didn't because of the initial fitness barrier. Could be interesting to see how this pans out.
Of course, if half of them get nicked or end up in a canal because the owner doesn't care for them as much as they would it the asset was their own it would be particularly good value for money.
"When in this situation, either quit or call a lawyer"
Which is probably what they did. The fact that they all had to sign an NDA to keep their severance suggests they got the best they could. If they didn't follow company procedures by involving HR, they would have not even got this and would have been hung out to dry.
HR kept the damage costs to a minimum by removing the lowest paid problem