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Comment Re:This is why (Score 1) 252

Depends on the company. I've been with my current company for about five and a half years; we came in through an acquisition, where the old company had been lowballing everyone. I got a 10% raise at the time of the acquisition, and over the last five years I've gotten about a 115% raise beyond that. (No, that's not a typo, I'm making more than double what I was when we were acquired.)

Comment Re:Only if they've been offline for a while (Score 1) 149

The problem isn't on the server end, it's on the device end. The root certificates saying "yes, this is Amazon, all is good" are expiring. If the device doesn't trust the server's identity (because it was signed with a new root cert), there's no way for it to download the updates.

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