Re: Sub heading should read
Shish, what a bad pun
711 posts • joined 26 Aug 2016
Shish, what a bad pun
All 3par for the course.
Fixed that for you...
We all have difficult days in that department, but five months would certainly be a stretch.
A mix of iron tablets, codeine, and an egg-heavy diet may be to blame.
If only you'd eaten more fibre
And avoids those lovely people at GCHQ and their Five Eyes friends?
...and you guys didn't disappoint halloumi....
It's got to be sad that it lacks cheddarbility
And it'll still be impossible to put in the right way up
Yep, they're the pits
We're on O365 and have about 140k employees
I'm sure they take a big byte out of it
...forgetting that with the size of O365 even a small percentage of users having a problem will mean millions of people with no email.
This is the kind of "boring" story that many on here would find interesting and would like to read.
When presiding over such a large Microsoft shop, if she "recuses" herself from all the decisions in this area, what is there left for her to do?
I once worked with a PM who loved printing out his Gantt Charts having made sure that all the dependencies fed off each other even if that wasn't the case. Some of the Devs would deliberately complete some of the discrete tasks out of order so he'd have to redo his huge diagram. Other than it being a bit of fun this also meant that he would leave the developers unmolested to write code instead of unnecessary paperwork.
Modern SSDs & OSs support things like TRIM which should make problems like that go away.
Those plans were balanced by ~35 hires in Beijing, China and ~100 people in Pune, India, plus the intention to open a new San Francisco office and fill it with up to 150 people as part of an effort to concentrate management positions in the Bay Area.
If offshoring is so good; then why not do the management too?
I find this kind of noise is "blankable", it's the constant talking and people moving that I find distracting.
Thanks for sharing, I've learnt something new.
I hope you're correct; however Talktalk are still in business.
Did you eely make that pun?
"“Woooow I wasn't expecting to be in a jury Deciding a paedophile's fate, I've always wanted to Fuck up a paedophile & now I'm within the law!”"
Yep. He's too stupid to realise that his function is decide if the suspect is a paedophile or not...
I love "Pantome"
A pint for the Mr Travaglia ->
's/SGI/HPE/g' claim up to 48TB in their boxen (although not a single server)
I agree entirely.
When I see vendors' new software, I always ask about colour blind users, I've yet to see one where they've actually thought about it.
When rolling out your own applications, you can make all the colour and GUI changes you like; if you're rolling out a 3rd party application then there is often no way of doing it.
Didn't Plusnet delete rather a lot of email when a sysadmin typed rm -rf in the wrong shell?
If the test system was never shutdown then deleting it might not have any effect.
Paul Moore went public with his findings after failing to get the retailer to act even 12 months after first reporting the issue.
The privacy of our customers is of great importance to us and we will continue to do our utmost to ensure that this is properly protected.
Somehow those two statements don't really match up!
One way to stop their website leaking data again ->
Hopefully that'd mean they could excel
When [drones] have trials / training accidents, no-one dies.
That depends what the debris lands on.
I had a tour of a Swiss university's new HPC machine room. The geeks wanted to do exactly that; apparently the architects asked if they could guarantee that the computer room would still be in that location for 20 or so years outputting a similar amount of heat - they couldn't make that promise so they had to build it without.
I feel slightly bad when I use the automated checkouts at my local supermarket as they appear to lower staffing requirement by 75% (four tills:one human); the staff do encourage you to use the self service which seems a bit like turkeys voting for Christmas (although they may not have a choice).
"the obnoxious smirking hedge fund manager nicknamed Pharma Bro"
Wouldn't this make him the Jolly Pharma?
Many people will get the phone on a contract which means that the upfront cost is hidden from them. Those that can do maths will have worked out that's an expensive way* of buying a phone and therefore separated the device from the call/data plan.
Compared to buying a phone upfront and using someone like Giffgaff (if you're in the UK).
Yep, there'll be seamen all over the place
We have the laser and the sharks shouldn't be too hard to find; how's the sea bass mutation coming on?
Note that we do not have an IT helpdesk; if you normally need help setting up a new laptop, this opportunity may not be for you.
I'd like to think that a wannabe technology journalist would know enough to be able to setup a laptop...
Wasn't Git first released in 2005?
My feature request for my next iPhone is that it runs IOS.
How will you make the switch?
So the market for 16- or 32-socket servers are diminishing as x86 gets more powerful. And that is the problem.
No long ago if you needed 32 cores then you'd have to buy a 32 CPU server; these days a dual socket Intel server can give you the same core count.
Up until recently the Swiss Air Force were only on standby in office hours. I believe that having to ask the French nicely to borrow some fighters to escort a plane that had lost communication was justification to get full time coverage.
You forgot the "apparently" ;)
Or could it just be an attempt to gradually phase out the old HQ?
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