Re: Agile == Fragile
727 posts • joined 4 May 2011
Agile isnt the reason this project failed.
It failed because its a government IT project and would have failed regardless of the project methodology used.
Your comments on security make no sense what so ever.
Looks like we have some AC's who have never worked in a team of others.
How is Agile less secure than a waterfall methodology?
Or any other project management methodology?
Sounds like you dont know what Agile actually is. It goes beyond the work of one single developer.
The whole point of Agile is to deliver small amounts of work on a very regular basis, it doesnt have anything to do with the individual talents of any one person - much in the same way as every project methodology doesnt rely on this.
Many, many laptops and desktops have a TPM installed.
It's not a quirk for ChromeBooks
ChromeOS is a Linux.
It uses the Linux kernel
To do that would mean creating a nation state.
Creating a new state means that people can go to war with them directly etc.
Plus, why would an organisation want to equip its members with passports that no country would honour and identify the holder as an ISIS supporter?
Yes, and if he had stored them on an EC2 instance running veracrypt, things could have been harder.
The point is that this guy learned enough about cyber security to make his plans a reality.
He used Linux Mint on a USB drive to store documents relating to terrorism.
Seems pretty straight forward to me.
I dont think this affects Office 365, at least the article didnt mention it anyway...
Will professional journalists want to rub shoulders with random members of the public?
If you dont like ISIS, just pretend they dont exist
what, you mean just like every other methodology?
sorry, what part of this is already built into these OS's?
mandate for independence!
Didnt the Scottish Government base its 2014 iteration of the neverendum on Wikipedia misinformation tactics?
Hmm, no, it isnt.
DevOps is intended to support developers. Clue is in the name.
Guess you have never tried to run your infrastructure in the could then...
the cloud can be backup, if you want it to be. Just in the same way as any on prem server can be backup.
it all comes down to implementation.
because perhaps you might need some of the stuff this kernel brings to the table?
proud owner of a Series 5 and a Series 5 MX here
Or, you are just reading a thread about Windows on The Register - where saying the worst things, accurate or not, about Microsoft is a sport.
Not sure what point you are trying to make. But you are aware there is an educational license for Windows? Or is this irrelevant to what ever rant you are on?
@Mage, Windows 10 is perfectly fine for business. Just because you dont like Windows 10 doesnt change this fact.
Universities tend not to qualify for Enterprise versions of Windows 10....
P Lee, DVD is soooo 2008
I just did this on Windows 10 with Edge.
The first link you get is for Mozilla, not an advert.
The problem isnt to do with Bing or Edge, if you are seeing loads of crap ads then it means you have something on your machine that shouldnt be there.
if the installation was slipstreamed, there is no telling what "features" some helpful little teenager has put in...
Ironically, 6502 assembler was one of the very first things I learned - in 1998.
Was in the Royal Signals at the time, which caused the need.
calling "facts" is a pretty self explanatory thing to do. Not sure how that is a silly name for a command that gathers facts..
I agree, given the large number of foreign fighters the Kurds have with them, it seems odd that the police decided to do their best to "put off" just one of them.
It's refreshing to see this type of article back on the reg.
It's pieces like this that brought me here in the first place. Let's see if we can get back to the good old days
Says it all really.
Its an RC until otherwise proven.
Yes, it might contain bugs. But until you quantify what those bugs are etc, its still an RC.
I saw that fat idiot ReviewtechUSA had a video about this on Youtube. I didnt watch it though.
This looks pretty compelling though, Eurogamer suggests this is a hardware clone as opposed to an emulation.
You dont even need to go that far, you can just install Kodi on your phone and cast to whatever TV.
Very handy in hotels when on business trips, so I am told.
I always used Aqua mail, but I am intrigued by this app.
Hopefully they will get this sorted, then I can take a look.
why would you not be using Windows 10 Pro, or even Enterprise, for a certification course?
From what you are saying, thats the vanilla version of Windows 10 you have installed there and as far as I know Macafee pop ups are just as annoying, regardless of which version of Windows you installed.
Someone picked the wrong example with Dell here.
As a consumer, Dell only offers certain versions of Windows for it laptops and desktops and none of those are Windows 7.
For professional consumers, they do offer a different OS when you configure their devices and you can get an OS as old as Windows 7 Pro, and you are right, it will come with a Windows 10 license.
The trouble is, most business tend not to worry about the licenses that come with the hardware - they will have some form of volume licensing agreement with someone, or maybe they are part of the MS partnership program.
Dell doesnt sell you a Win 10 machine and then offer to downgrade it for you. They offer to sell you a machine with an OS installed and it is up to you to choose which OS you want. If Dell are selling more WIndows 7 machines to the public, then it makes no impact to the initial report.
If businesses are buying Windows 10 machines, then that is what they will be getting. Its up to the business to put whatever OS they see fit on there once it comes to issuing their kit out.
So when they are ready to do their Win 10 rollout, they already have the kit out there ready to support the new OS along with the licensing they need.
I seem to remember hearing that the Sega Master System also used a customised Z80 as its CPU?
Who do you think administers/develops your CI/CD function?
Didnt KFC already do this with the Double Down Dog?
has Apple patented this yet?
who is going to pay for the upkeep of all these coin operated train toilets?
who is going to administer the systems that give people on ESA free train tickets - to where ever they want to go?
why should these people get free tickets like this when I have to spend thousands a year to do the same journey, day in day out? If you have an interview that needs a £20 train ticket that you cannot afford, then you need to ask yourself, can I afford the commute to this job?
why should the BBC be forced into becoming a subscription TV company?
why should the BBC be forced into giving up a lucrative show such as Top Gear?
whats up with all the AC's on this one?
bit torrent has always offered an interesting solution for getting large amounts of data across poor networks spread across geographically distant locations.
I have floated it a number of times for potential solutions, but it has always had a bad press for the piracy thing.
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