Microsoftes Eunt Domus!
3465 posts • joined 3 Sep 2007
Meh… I guess it is fairly easy to always have a lawyer in CC of every email… a bit like some companies systematically have a disclaimer in the signature, "in no way represents the official opinion of, blah blah…"
There is something wrong with the system when the simple presence of a lawyer changes so much.
In general, there is no "role being interviewed for" at Google interviews. They hire thousands of people per year, and have thousands of positions opening. They cannot wait months after they open a position to decide who to hire for that position.
So they want people who can work in any job, whatever that job will be next month. And the people interviewing you are unlikely to be from your team.
They are just implementing the Unicode standard, which contains U+1F46C ('two men holding hands') and U+1F46D ('two women holding hands')…
The standard also contains U+1F46F ('woman with bunny ears'). I would write it here, but El Reg's forum seems woefully unable to accept it: "The post contains some characters we can’t support".
The main purpose of the antennas was to identify the Wifi networks which are used for geolocation. This has not been much of an issue. The big issue is that the unprotected data going over these networks was also stored, instead of just recording the network IDs and deleting the rest.
That resolves to false in my compiler. The way I understand it, an ecosystem is a collection of developers, apps, content and users which is big enough to be self-sufficient. The market for smartphones is big enough for multiple ecosystems, so it is demonstrably not the same thing...
Maybe I did not understand what you meant.
How could have I failed to realize that iPods and iPhones and iPads, which make the vast majority of Apple's income, and are consumer devices, are actually not fit to be your work platform? Surely Apple will go bankrupt any time now.
I hope Nokia manages soon to create a Windows 8 workstation and avoid that fate.
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