the suffix '.eu' speaks volumes for the stinking mess around the european union....
9 posts • joined 7 Dec 2018
Brussels changes its mind AGAIN on .EU domains: Euro citizens in post-Brexit Britain can keep them after all
What a shame, Luxoft had a good business going there, even if they were focusing too much on automobile electronics and associated voodoo, which is currently entering into 'ye olde trough of disilussionment' as people realize the lawsuits around self driven car deaths will be nearly as expensive as building the actual chariots. Maybe that's why they sold out to Mickey and his asset stripping mafia?
Fake news? More like ache news. Grandma, grampa 'more likely' to share made-up articles during US election
THE UK has a long and illustrious history of breaking the land speed record and 1000mph is probably the last big one. Noble broke the sound barrier at BlackRock, has a wonderful track record of getting it done.
Presumably no big corporate sponsors would pony up enough, but you'd think the MoD airforce marketing buffoons would see the value of sponsoring this, and find some dodgy slush fund somewhere to get this done in the national interest. hopefully someone will buy all the kit and resurrect it? I really hope so.
Good post on Scarf & Goggles https://scarfandgoggles.wordpress.com/2018/10/31/welcome-back-to-the-1930s/
IT support bonanza
Presumably HCL will be making a fortune 'supporting' why Notes doesn't work. 10 years ago I was working for a large console games company who had Notes and a whole house of cards of mission critical apps, particularly legal systems.
To search email one would have to set up the search parameters before going to a meeting or lunch, if you were lucky it would serve up the results within an hour. Last I heard they are still limping along with Notes.
This is a tune up bonanza and the sort of black box head scratcher problems that are ideal for IT outsourcers to 'solve' at a cost