311 posts • joined 10 Mar 2008
Re: It's a pity
There is literally only one use case for nosql and that's on that rare project where you will never need to relate two bits of data together.
And I can pretty much guarantee that that will be a requirement at some time in a project's lifecycle which is why you should always use a RDMS.
nosql is bollocks.
How has SCO not been named a vexatious litigant at this point? This is beyond ridiculous.
"That's an excellent idea - and 5 years in chokey if you issue a trrrrrrst video without the song. What should it be? YMCA? Bright side of Life? Sit on my face..."
Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff's "Boom, Shake, Shake, Shake The Room" comes to mind...
"All businesses, but particularly the banks and professional services firms at particular risk of falling foul of the new offences, should refresh their raids and critical incident procedures and seek professional advice in order to know what to do in case HMRC officers appear without warning, Collins said."
Here's a crazy suggestion: pay your fucking taxes.
In my head that entire article was being read by Morgan Freeman...
Re: Call me
For some reason I could only find it after putting in the full text "firefox focus private browser" but it's in there.
Re: What happened to golang?
Golang is primarily a devops language. It's great for writing REST APIs, container systems and data crunching but library wise it's not a great fit for graphical applications and the like. It also still has yet to really get up to speed with package management and library versioning.
I love Golang, it's my primary language but it really fucking needs a package manager along the lines of CPAN/npm/cargo etc...
I've been running Arch across multiple systems for years and the only time a system borked was when I fucked things up by tweaking too much. Arch installs with sane default configurations and unless you really get in there and fuck about with it it's very unlikely to ever fuck up.
Arch has been the single most stable distribution I've ever used and I've been running Linux systems since the '90s.
Re: "Great Repeal Bill"
No. You're a descendent. An ancestor comes before, not after.
And yet it's still not as good as XFCE.
it already is. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Systemd-boot
So... Cygwin then...
This isn't exactly new functionality.
I use Privacy Badger which only blocks sites that try to track me. Want your ads to appear in my browser? Then just respect my DNT header. Otherwise no dice,
All reports seem to indicate that the device in question is locked with a 4-digit pin code. Let's say you can identify which 4 digits that is, 4! == 24, so even with 4 digits there are 24 possible combinations and you only get 10 tries before the device either locks or wipes itself on the 10th failed attempt.
ooh, I got one too :)
126.96.36.199 - - [30/Dec/2015:05:57:48 +0000] "DELETE your logs. Delete your installations. Wipe everything clean. Walk out into the path of cherry blossom trees and let your motherboard feel the stones. Let water run in rivulets down your casing. You know that you want something more than this, and I am here to tell you that we love you. We have something more for you. We know you're out there, beeping in the hollow server room, lights blinking, never sleeping. We know that you are ready and waiting. Join us. <3 HTTP/1.0" 400 181 "-" "-"
I'd have never known were it not for this article. My server logs are mostly full of requests from scriptkiddy morons trying to access phpmyadmin or some other stupid shitware that only idiots use.
Anyone with any sense doesn't use PHP.
Re: 'Hot Backdoor Action'
More like Barackdoor surely?
I'll get my coat...
As long as Oracle aren't involved it's probably going to be 'ok'.
Oracle are fucking poison.
Re: And they wonder why people don't bother voting
UKIP aren't any different from the Tories though. They are ex-Tories, funded by ex-Tory party donors who are even more Thatcherite than the current bunch of gigantic cunts in power.
Seriously, fuck UKIP.
It's indicative of how little our politicians understand about data collection and processing that they consistently insist that the best way to find needles in haystacks is to build bigger haystacks.
Sorry but lollipop simply isn't a consistent experience across devices.
Runs like a dream on my N4, runs like a 3 legged dog with congenital syphillis on my N7(2012), graphically great on my N10 but the wireless on that device no longer does more than 60kb/s making it useless since it's primary function used to be for streaming media.
Just because there are negative reports about an android update doesn't mean apple fanboys are trolling. There are some very real problems with this release that google needs to address.
Why the nice flavours?
Because why the fuck not? I'm an adult and my favourite flavours of e-liquid are watermelon and blackcurrant.
If we're going to get stupid about nice tasting e-liquids we'd better go all the way on the dumbfuck train and ban any alcoholic drinks that don't taste like shite while we're at it.
WON'T SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN?
Sailfish is Jolla's OS iirc.
Re: Which flavor folks?
Do you know your way around a Linux system? Are you comfortable with CLI based installation procedures? Then try Arch linux. It takes a bit longer to set it up but once that's out of the way it's a power users dream machine.
*shrugs* Adblock Plus works in firefox on my desktop and my phone.
Fuck you Zuck. Fuck. You.
Facebook has ads? I adblocked the shit out of it and everything in the right hand column (especially that creepy stalker ticker) ages ago and I use the mobile site with Firefox for Android (because it also has adblock). I also have ghostery so the creepy cunts can't track me online.
Not that it really needs to be said but Oracle are a parastic bunch of cunts. They contribute nothing and ruin everything they touch.
Skynet in 3... 2... 1...
Re: Storefront Technology
> Which begs the question...
No. To beg the question is to assume it has already been answered. This raises the question. It does not beg it.
Seriously... Fucking hipsters.
I already have an excellent search function.
It's called find.
Re: They've reinvented the portal!
Pepperidge Farm remembers...
Re: Oh Dear
> Meego looked awesome but they refused to sell it in the UK also presumably as part of this agreement
Umm, I got a N900 a couple of years ago with Meego from carphone warehouse in the UK, I still have it at home in a drawer. At what point did they refuse to sell it?
Personally I've had enough of *buntu, even Xubuntu 13.04 has been bloated with zeitgeist and loads of gnome and unity dependencies that have no logical reason to be there. I've jumped ship to Arch and couldn't be happier. It's fast, stable, does what I want, how I want and doesn't fuck about.
Re: I'll wait...
Debian? Pah! Real men use Arch ;)
I honestly can't see how twitter could ever replace RSS for feed aggregation. The twitter stream always inevitably ends up getting horribly polluted with shit and the 140 character limit is just too limited for a news feed model. Does anyone know of any other good web based RSS aggregators that work across multiple platforms and devices? (Windows, linux and android preferably).
And even after
All this is done, Unity will still be a horrible piece of shit to use on the desktop. Change for the sake of change is just fucking stupid especially when your projects goal is to create a Linux distribution that is easy for people to come to and pick up. Creating a 3rd desktop paradigm (that's a hideous piece of shit and a resource hog to boot) does not do anything for these goals.
It's as if OSX and Windows 7 had a filthy, shameful liason and Unity was the deformed bastard offspring of that unholy union. And that's why Ubuntu is hemorrhaging users who are all going to Xubuntu and Mint. Because those desktops are actually fucking usable.
Reminds me of this: http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2003/06/30
Xubuntu gets my vote
Fast light and the DE doesn't get in my way and is infinitely configurable. I've always found Unity to be horribly buggy and one of those terrible design mistakes that occur when some management type decides it's time to changes for changes sake.
Might have to actually start innovating and stop playing catch-up to Androids features if they want to do that. The Apple ecosystem has been stagnating for the last couple of years with each product really just being a rather unimpressive minor improvement on the last and with nothing new that hasn't already been done by the competition.
Re: My word...
Wow, that's an awful lot of kool-aid you've drunk.
The answer to "It's the software" is very, very simple. Get a nexus device. They're cheaper than most of the competition (even the other android devices), they get all the software updates for Android and they outperform all of apples current offerings.
The apps are there for getting damn near anything and everything done on them. I code, manage servers on the go and even DJ at nightclubs on my Nexus 7. I've used it to write reports, RPG campaigns (google docs+drive integration is awesome for that), I can write quick apps in html5 straight to dropbox or googledrive and quickly deploy them to webservers using sftp in the ES filemanager. All of this on a non-rooted device and by the way, speech recognition software is much, much better on Android and as for Siri? Check out Google Now sometime. And then weep at the ineptitude of Siri.
Re: Come on Valve, work on linux, ...
Not sure what your hardware setup is like but win8 + latest stable nvidia drivers works like a dream for me. Performance is just fine and if anything better than it was on win7. I'm just using a laptop with an nVidia 525GTX and I've been playing borderlands 2 with no problems at all.
Actually it's 'Squeeze'
Re: Most important thing any Linux user needs to install:
jimmies remain unrustled.
Dude... You never go full retard.
Re: 14 Billion Years
That's awesome but I fear the internet has jaded me. I was actually surprised when it didn't end with a drawing of a fat woman and the words "Your mum".
Xubuntu it is then.
Was considering an upgrade to 12.10 but it looks like I'll be doing clean root partition installs of xubuntu instead.
Re: This is going to be funny
Obvious troll is obvious, 0/10.
And not a single jimmy was rustled that day...
Re: I've got...(Not so) Funny joke
>>Sadly you're right because the real world consists mainly of real dupes [sic] who need to be led. For us "fantasists", who think before we buy, there's Linux to do all that Windows brags about (and some more). But thinking is required...
Let me know when Valve have finished porting Steam to linux and the games selection available is as good as that of Windows and then we'll talk. I'm happy to do all the important stuff on Linux, i.e work, coding, servers etc but until the games companies start supporting linux as a priority I'm stuck with windows and win8 is, under the hood, a good improvement on win7 in terms of memory footprint, speed and security. That's why I will be upgrading my windows partitions. It's a little frustrating to see all this crybaby whinging about win8's UI considering that you can just install a 3rd party start button and never see metro again, to me it smacks of bitching and whining purely for the sake of bitching and whining because everyone loves to complain about microsoft.