Re: That's Apple for ya
Chromium is not owned by Google. It’s open source and free for anyone to use. You may be confusing it with the Chrome browser which it’s a google app.
14 posts • joined 17 Jan 2015
Not always possible to have all the logic in the code. Sometimes a good SP can handle the complex joins needed in a complicated query way better than any coder can do at the code level.
We have some very complex queries that could be done in the client but the performance compared to an optimized SP just plain sucked.
One place where SP's suck in their own right is versioning, or a lack thereof. Would be a nice feature to have.
@LeahroyNake so long as you are not doing anything fancy with your data, GDPR is more than manageable by a small business. You do need to make website changes and you do need to educate your staff on what's ok and what's not. Start with the record keeping as that will tell you where the gaps are.
re Jury is out?
While I applaud what you have done getting Azure running in-house, I do have to ask Why? The idea of going public cloud was to move the burden of IT depts, updates and so on, out of the business. Why would we want to take it all back in again? I get your point (maybe) on costs but have you included your cost, other staff, lighting, heating and so on?
Seems like we're going back to the good old days of NT server boxes sitting in racks all lovingly managed by a group of bearded techies (I was one once) who talk in a language nobody else understands.
If a business is in IT hosting I can understand it but a plumbing supply company or a supermarket should stick to it's core business and stay out of the IT game.
Ok going to duck when I say this but I'm a Windows 10 "fan".
We provide cloud apps to small business and always get asked to look at laptops and wifi (just because we're IT people). We've updated many laptops from Win 7 to Windows 10 and it's been very well received and have had little or no issues. Windows 8 was a mess and users hated it but 10 is an easier step up from a die hard Win 7 user.
I do see a divide though - It may well be that in the not so distant future, home users won't use PC's (windows or Apple) at all. All most of them need is a tablet because for a lot of them, the most typing they do is entering a url or the odd 2 line email.
For business users I do see Windows 10 as a huge improvement over 8 and (ducking again), a worthy successor to windows 7.
there. I said it.
People seem to assume that all customers want an SD card and a removable battery - if you do you are in the small minority (Apple has been very successful in selling boatloads of phones with no sd card and a fixed battery).
If you still want an S6 with these features then check out the soon to be on shelves S6 Active with waterproofing, sd card etc.
Well the barge is being used for testing only at the moment. Once the (FAA) are happy with their accuracy they will land back at the cape.
Where the barge comes in long term is for their next rocket - the Falcon Heavy. This has additional cores (think 3 Falcon 9's strapped together) which they want to return, but having them all come back to the cape would need too much fuel ( and therefore less payload can be lifted) so they will recover these to the barge. They are also thinking of refueling the stage after it lands on the barge and then lifting off again and back to the cape (just a mere hop away).
Cool stuff if they can make it work.
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