Re: POP3. IMAP ?
You should use a more environment friendly container, like a coconut for example.
You may need then however to change your carrier to a more sturdy avian...
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i've done a lot of 8hr flights on wide body planes and get cranky after that but a few drinks helps to sooth the nerves, unless of course i need to drive at the the other end like when arriving back in uk.
After a red-eye flight is it actually safe enough to drive (even with no booze)?
I have a friend who's a computational chemist, he got called for interview with a company who gave him a task to do. It was obvious that they were just after ideas to pinch, moreover, doing the test effectively meant he was breaking his contract with his then employer as he'd be working for a competitor...
> I remember learning about simultaneous quadratic equations about 30 years ago, and kind-of understood them at the time.
I remember doing quadratic equations in maths lessons and thinking they were pointless. A year or so later I started Chemistry A-level and in the textbook were quadratic equations, interestingly because higher level maths at GCSE wasn't a requirement, half of the class didn't have a clue how to deal with them.
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It suggested that some providers will be passing on inflation, but some rises will happen simply because hyperscalers know that it's hard to migrate workloads and customers will probably wear the pain.
Ah the vendor lockin that we've been warning the cloud zealots about for ages!
Slightly less snarkily, have the competition authorities looked at the exorbitant egress charges that make it very expensive to move your data out of a $CLOUD to a competitor and/or on-prem?
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This isn't only for people who recently learned English. For example, some Irish accents have a different pronunciation of th which is quite distinctive from t, most of the time, but close enough that I've seen a misunderstanding between an Irish person and a British person even though both were native English speakers.
I work with in a non-English speaking country with an Irish bioinformatician, when she first joined the Company and started talking about R she got nothing but blank looks because of her accent!
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