and some more RDBMS advice from the trenches: just drop all your foreign key constraints already. if your app is small, you don't need them; and if your app gets big, sooner or later your dbms will deadlock while enforcing the constraints.
your data quality will suffer in some ways, but you won't notice too often. the only practical problem is that your data architect will hate you. solve this by not hiring a data architect in the first place ;)
Speculation. You're just backing off incrementally from your ridiculous 486/Xeon comparison. You're a smarter guy than that.
Oh yes, the big bad evil DBA, who wants to "make you use nonportable stuff." (Huh? WTF?)
Hrm... my land-line phone also uses bluetooth (it's an AT&T phone).
I justwant to know what to look for in the router config.
A lot of their stuff is. Maybe not their main search engine... but they've been quitely contributing a lot of summer of code projects to the java open source realm.
easy to use vs. easy to learn
Looking for something a little more motorcycle- and
snowmobile-friendly... the iPod just doesn't cut it. As a basic web
browser with google maps, and for checking emails, it's fine... but the
lack of USB connectivity, limited op-system (that shouldn't be), and
lack of a real keyboard is a big turn-off.
Good battery life, wifi, SD reader, internal bluetooth would be nice...
USB that can talk to my cameras, GPS, power commander, OBDII, RS232 adapter,
DAQ's, etc... probably upgrade to a SSD and max out the RAM...
And what about running a VM in one? Like, windows 2000 for software
such as my radio commanders? Nothing real processor/disk/RAM intensive,
just software that's not available for non-windows op systems...
Looking at the Toshiba NB305-N600.
Does anyone here know anything about infrared motion detectors? As
in, do they wear out? I just got back from another false alarm. I
can't find anything that would have set them off yet again.
The cable company 'fixes' their routers overnight so if you have a voip phone that you're running your alarm service over, it will appear to be cut every once in a while.
this happens all the time over here, though I'm sure that's not what you're talking about.
a multi-touch based USB keyboard would be badass on ANY system.
just think of the possibilities!!!
> And at last why not using Subversion?!
Subversion is not a distributed version control system. It makes it very difficult for 3rd parties to take the Android platform and build products on top of it. With Subversion, or any other non-distributed version control system, non-committers are 2nd class citizens who don't have the same level of functionality as the blessed committers/maintainers of the project.
We very much want to make Android available for everyone to use, extend, and build on top of. Open source allows rapid innovation to occur, and to open up markets that didn't exist before. Distributed version control tools are the next great thing for open source, as it ensures these innovators are really free to access the code, modify it, and redistribute those modifications.
I think this is one of the best explanations of the advantages of git i've heard so far.
yes, all thats what you're searching.
the big problem is the 'noob workaround language' you need to backtrace.
some routers have an 'expert mode' that unveils such n00b unfriendly features.