..not to mention..
..screwed Java and MySQL.
169 posts • joined 1 Nov 2010
..screwed Java and MySQL.
Novell has that trademark me thinks.
in the meantime my lohan mug will remain a pen holder, never to hold any liquid until we see her bottom in the stratosphere!
.. looks like messenger is back on the mobile FB apps. I never did like (and never installed) the standalone I-want-access-to-everything-on-your-mobile FB messenger.
.. so far used as pen holder.. will put replace that with beer (sans the pen!) and offer an online toast once that thing flies!
...a nose heavy plane flies poorly, a tail heavy plane flies once.
.. I wonder when this will be available in hobbyking?
..if its a routing issue.. everything gets affected.
IDE's already show you if you're missing some packages.. so why press that build key?
considering about a quarter of the 'feed' I see on my FB account are either ads or click baits!
Putin can tell a lie with a straight face.. while the Americans.. well they get fidgety...
..very sounding authentic!
..yep looked like that scene in the movie where upon hitting the accelerator, the car goes in reverse.. very funny looking.. but otherwise.. great job dudes!
. the party's theme was "Enter the dragon".
I hope my plane with the new APM2.6 wont attempt the same this weekend!
we cant really be anonymous even with comments here right?
Awsome.. we are an ISP and we've offloaded all but a couple of servers to AWS (and some with Linode).. these providers are the next evolution in IT... I for one think its now a full fledged revolution as it upends the status quo. AWS allows me to save on electricity, real estate (from a 30sqm data center to a couple of racks), server purchases, manpower and bandwidth. Allowing me to focus on the software side of our business instead of having to think and spend for hardware and stuff.
.. if it itches.. it will be scratched!
..if it was traveling at the same direction as earth.
..its doesnt have a blue background =)
.. he'll make a good leading man.. hiding by burying himself in the sand with cops and (possibly) K9? could be a very Will Ferrell classic.
..typo but very telling... I suppose "we" wont be sued by Larry et al a few years down the road eh?
.. multi million dollar contract to do the audit and this? awkward...
.. heads will literally roll!
been using Win8 eval version for a week now, I like the splash and the clean look which I understand is for tablets really. But what I'm missing is the 'Windows' (ie tiled look), so Win8 is basically a windowless Windows.. unless you fall back to the PC mode which for all practical purposes is Win7.
So Windows 8 is really Win 7 + the tablet interface (and as I understand crippled API to the chagrin of developers).
Obviously this, now-its-a-table-now-its-a-pc OS is targeted for its new tablet+keyboard devices. I see where they are coming from, I just think the strategy is wrong.. I think they should have focused on improving the 'windows' philosophy and interface which can work in both PC and tablet modes and which is lacking in tablets instead of a totally different interface for both.
... people will just happily use proxy servers. If you criticize, be ready for be sued!
over at cnet.. its the perverse inverse.. 80% are accolades!
...they found out that the touted "best mobile map app" is a pile of lies...hence the job postings =)
... Google engineers are laughing their asses off on this one.. I cant understand how Apple insists on putting out a quarter baked product.
Can't wait for google maps to become available again as an app.
.. better make sure rotten Apple hasnt patented this yet.
.. my only motivation for trying it out was the email address. Since mine was taken, even my alias, then hummphh dont care.
.. seriously, how do you know that your router is not secretly monitoring you anyway? sure we can sniff packets within our network but the serial interface? the only way to do that is to grab packets going to the upstream but not from within the router itself.
.. still with AWS -- nothing compares really with the maturity of the offer and price so far -- but we dont have any illusions.. we've backed up all our critical files in another side of the planet. We'd still be down if the worse happened but at least we have another set of really remote backup. Google Compute will probably take another 2-3 years to be 'good enough' to be even considered.
.. or set up a naval blockade.. they've been flexing their naval muscles there lately.
.. they're nuclear powered arent they? should be plenty of warmth for the electronics.
probably not... it might be too taxing on onboard pre-micro computers. I'd hazard a guess it's all fire and forget ala UDP.
.. had this bug on my iphone 4 for almost 2 years now, as soon as I upgraded to ios 5 and it turns out even those with 4S were also affected, there's thousands of iphones in this state judging from the threads in apple's (self-help) support pages.
and couldnt help but notice the new color scheme of El Reg nowadays.. dominant M$ blue.
.. with tears!
when I upgraded my iphone 4 to ios 5.1, my phone is always on mute when making calls (ie the other party cant hear me), putting it on speakphone or using a headset however works.. fast forward to 5.1.1 and still the same problem. What I noticed was the mute button (on the virtual keypad) always has the dashed line across it.. whether its highlighted or not. I'm not losing any sleep on this but it sure is irritating.
yep.. its a hollow victory, if you call it that.. oracle simply won on an assumption that SSO is copyrightable. I suppose we'll just have to wait for the judge to decide if it so (he promised he will if the jury thinks it is).
I think, like the EU courts ruled recently, he will say it's not copyrightable.
.. not to mention, the headaches of trying to understand the technical details of the case.
looks like M$ has engaged the services of Nick Fury himself..
the way he goes up and down while airborne looks like one of those pre CGI flying effects movies.. and yes the wings does not look like its grabbing on to any air at all..
STILL! it would have been really cool if it were real.
.. and its not because of 'efficiencies' but to nudge Azure to DOA.
Bill and Steve B had an epiphany when they saw their first android phone.
... MS: we're happy we're using our software.
..many ccTLDs registries have the same issues.
1) installed fedora 15 in my (then) 5ish year old compaq presario a year ago.
2) worked really well, but for the life of me I couldnt make the laptop print to a network printer.
3) hibernate simply sucks and results to a system crash that requires a reboot or worse fsck
4) I dont have the time nor patience anymore to 'tinker' around.. I just want something that works.. comes with age I suppose.
5) As a developer, I'm increasingly getting more inquiries for 'mobile' apps development.. well and good except that I need a Mac for iPhone/ipad development..
6) The only way I can run Netbeans (my preferred java IDE) +Eclipse (for Android) + Apple's XCode IDE is in a Mac.
7) MacOSX is still, afterall, Unix.. so yes I may want to do the occassional tinkering.
So there.. I've bared my soul...
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