Now, if you want a business product, sure, you could probably fit this in somewhere, the somewhere where people don't use network shares, VPNs, or have OneDrive already setup(so, non-Microsoft shops)
In your case agile would help to avoid the eventual trouble when the client brings a phone for you, and you notice it's a Windows Phone instead of Android, and graphics need to be done in Direct3D, not OpenGL. That would not be unheard of. Having no client solves that problem, though.
Statement of work: Build engine for Android architecture
Sales Order: Pay me money net-30
Where's the confusion? If the customer provides a Windows phone, too fucking bad they signed a goddamned contract that explicitly stated what they needed and that was produced and delivered. Problem? See you in court. -Signed, Every corporation I've ever worked for
The issue was brought to a head last year when Netflix began blocking the known IPs of VPN providers, often used by subscribers to access the catalogs of their home countries while travelling.
I guess that's one way to put it. I'd say most people use the VPNs to access content blocked in their home country, and it sounds like this order actually harms that since your country remains the same regardless of your physical location(or your VPNs physical location).
How is it more convenient than rice?
Rice is very water intensive to grow. Quinoa is no where even close.
At the end of the day, the most important use case for a smartwatch remains dealing with notifications.
Well, in general, maybe, but I got mine for golf and many golfers I know use them. Distance and hole layout just with a look, tracking shots is very easy, etc. There are a number of very specific use cases that they're one of the best tools on the market for
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