This is a step in the right direction, but based on what I've read in news reports, the phrasing around the certification the Secretary of State does & the decision process they must follow sounds vague ... would have to read the bill to confirm my fear though.
Google Chrome's security lead and engineering director, Justin Schuh, has warned that users of the most popular web browser should update "like right this minute." Why the urgency? Simply put, there is a zero-day vulnerability for Chrome that the Google Threat Analysis Group has determined is...
Rabid animals are, of course, no laughing matter. The rabies virus can infect the central nervous system, resulting in disease and death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But that happens after a host of increasingly scary symptoms: partial paralysis, agitation...
As of 2015 ya. Basically everything out here is funny money, tech job salary included. You can find ways to save but it'll never match up to most other US cities. It does present yourself the option to save massively, though ... some coworkers find a way to live in full on ~$1k or so a month...
Let's not try n bump old threads, eh?
I believe I ended up sticking with some free Wordpress cart / paypal transaction code as a base & threw it on for him. From what I understand he's been doing business for a few years now successfully!
I highly recommend this book as IQ is one of the main discussion points of the book & one of the main characters is essentially chronically depressed but very smart. It's been a good read so far (3/4s through it).
Setting variables depends on what you're doing ... if you're going to be using it more than once, then yes, set them :)
If you only use it once, it might not be worth setting up a variable (unless it's simply for legibility).
If you don't use it at all, don't bother :)
Please see the following figures in the imgur link below:
So the situation: I am given anywhere from 1 to X numbers between -0.5 and 0.5. I need to give them weighted percentages based off of how close they are to 0.
I think it should look something like...
Agreed! Definitely more overhead (and PROPER overhead) is needed ... that can be hard to find, as many companies will simply give overhead positions blindly to those with seniority, even if they are not suited for the position.
I've witnessed companies & individuals do this, unfortunately.
Big company syndrome, along with the Activision merger.
When your teams are much smaller (see Starcraft's team ... under 20 programmers) you have more personal connection to the game ... your ideas get heard & if you hired a good staff your product shines.