easy to use vs. easy to learn
for that matter) is with the bmw specific oil filter wrench. Can't use one of those squeezie jobbies, and I can't jam a screwdriver in it to get it off because that still leaves me with the problem of getting the new one one.
so I drive 30 miles to the closest bmw bike place, pay $30 for an oil filter wrench. Change the oil, go to my garage to find a home for my new wrench and I place it down..... right next to a bmw motorcycle oil filter wrench.
It would seem that the guy who sold me the bike gave me one and I just forgot.
Spell: I'm surprised you didn't just cut the RJ11 plug off and put a proper pair of alligator clips directly on the leads! What kind of hacker/phreaker/anarchist are you? You never know when you'll need to use that on a pay phone!
(a what? pay phone? what's that?)
I have one of these on order: http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10173
Looks fun. Just what I need, another hobby.
It looks *very* cool.
Chassis once was a vac(kidding), now a linux robot:
Oops. They have a rotating deal...I thought the link was to what I bought.
Hopefully it was a good deal...ond I hope it fits in the case I have on hand.
you have to differentiate between 'commit', 'pull' and 'push' afaik. the later sync with your raid5 DLT backuped s00per save server.
(no I'm no git master yet)
and... NT4 definitely was superior to OS/2. I've worked with it, and coded for it. It definitely was no fun.
OTOh, os/2 just was another proprietary system, which basicaly shared the general closed source problem windows nt4 had and still has too.
for some fancy reason, there even is an adon to git: st-git which seems to be good for stopping to work on patch a, pull patch b from the stack, work on that... and commit.
nah, NT4 made it worse. Back in NT 3/3.51 days, the GUI layer was in
userland. They went and put the whole stack from driver through GDI in
Yeah, that's what it was 3.51 was the good one and it went all downhill from there.
A good reason to buy a dell after all? ;-P
they will come to your house (or work) and fix it...
Yea, thats why everybody uses fancy frameworks to abstract SQL
(regardless which language he uses)
yea, and they've all got it backwards, you're not supposed to add another layer of crap on TOP of sql to get rid of it, you get rid of it by getting rid of it.
I installed an OS from a CD drive on linux machine #2 that was mounted on linux machine #1 and exported as a drive to vmware.
I realize it's not THAT amazing, but the fact that it actually works without having to do any magic, shows how far at least some things have come
Mi Mär 24 2010 08:31:25 EDT von LoanShark @ Uncensored
... and a number of their own (non-summer-of-code) projects as well. Google Collections. Etc.
What Java really need is a better memory model: the thing that slows java down is memory allocation, NOT the JVM these days. C# gets it right, sadly.
...the garbage collection once more ;P
Maybe some of you have heard of ccmalloc? (a code.google.com projet ;-) Its replacing the default alloc/free to be more thread aware. Gives huge boosts in some cases.
btw, is there a useable database written in java or c-carpet around?