Yet again, we have a false representation of statistics via an intentionally inaccurate usage of color based statistics. The numbers are right, the colors, are wrong.
Enumerates windows folder for common dlls, removes unnecessary duplicates and relinks with the appropriate versions. Descreases the winsxs folder size.
"It is essential to the operation of all three of the variants of the kafkatrap so far described that the subject's attention be deflected away from the fact that no wrongdoing by the subject, about which the subject need feel personally guilty, has actually been specified. The kafkatrapper's objective is to hook into chronic self-doubt in the subject and inflate it, in much the same way an emotional abuser convinces a victim that the abuse is deserved - in fact, the mechanism is identical. "
From the page: "This article talked a lot about sex and stuff but never explained how is babby formed??"
If you really think it's this simple, you're a damn moron.
Yep, thumbs down. Since the stumbler is a 15 year old, I'll let this one off without a rant. I'll at least allow another them 15 years to grow up completely.
Presentation by Jeremy Miller on lessons learned after years of working with .NET
This was a great conference, I had a lot of fun and highly enjoyed the fantastic immersion into the world of development giants.
I'd definitely attend an event of this style again.
Once again, we find the problem lies within a supposedly biased system, rather than the individuals who have dedicated their lives to a career skill. How is it that there are "questions" on a multiple choice test "about your job" that you could not answer and as consequence, fail to accept responsibility for failing. It's much easier to blame the system, than it is to learn and adapt oneself. I'd like to see an example of the test questions.....
Ultimately, if you're going to become a captain of the fire department, you'd damn well better be able to accept personal responsibility for your own failings. Physical characteristics are no substitute for mental acuity.
It's people that find themselves brainlessly agreeing with the supposed plight of the whiners and screamers of society, without raising question to the merit or intent of their actions that are counter intuitively destroying the "greater good". Lowering standards is NO solution....
Removing accountability ends up shifting responsibility. America is spending like a teenager at the mall with her dad's credit card.
I think that this segment is fairly representative of the selective hypocrisy that the media tends to use in order to so pervasively denigrate American society. America is likely to be the most tolerant nation on Earth, we can be better, but misrepresentative hate mongering with sources of indirect guilt doesn't assist progress. Never feel guilty about actions of which you've not partaken any direct participation; empathy and guilt are not one in the same.
I don't even know what to say about this. This is certainly a case where I think context doesn't matter.