What are you going on about? My point is that cows eat grass all the time, from the shortly after they are born. The whole midwest is full of pasture land.
lol Most cows have never even seen grass. Some have, sure. Mostly dairy cows, though.
It's big business, grazing the cattle to fatten them up before slaughter.
at "delete all the Java installers".
From what little I know about the theory of such things, this results in a problem with selling votes - the classic example being that union bosses could then under threat of injury verify that union members voted according to union lines.
I can coexist quite well with Catholics who think my being gay is a sin; we can do good works together, have lunch, be friends. I can coexist quite well with Seventh Day Adventists who think alcohol is sinful, too. We can all be friends.
This is what I find rare - it seems most often that anytime someone expresses an opinion that it is sin, they immediately get branded as hateful bigots etc. Tolerance needs to go both ways.
You must find yourself offensive....
Devops is even more than this, it also means applying common change management that is common in source code development to operational configuration, using tools like chef or puppet. It's scary how much "cowboy configuration" there is out there, and yet in the programming world, "cowboy coding" is frowned upon.
Oh man, I'm not the only one with that nightmare? Ha, and I didn't even finish college, I left early to start my own business. What should I care anyway? But I still get those nightmares. What's that math book under the bed? OH NOES!
A cow at that speed...
... had better moooove.
I clicked on this story just to find this.
I had a similar one, but now that you mention it, I'm not sure how much it had. I know the video card had a graphics mode that could handle 16 colors in a higher resolution graphics modes, as opposed to most pc's that had only 4 colors and "palettes" at the time. Could they do HIMEM stuff, or am I confusing that with my first 386?
Oh, Also, a friend of mine who actually read the proposed agreement, said the union contract was written in such a way that management could essentially rewrite it or walk - it was a horrible contract. It didn't do any favors for the union workers.
I usually don't like unions, but in this case, I think there was cancer all over the system and it just needed to be put down.
I live in a town affected by this - in fact, we are now the main hostess factory to begin production and our city is looking forward to the 250 to 300 jobs returning. The big point I always heard from the actual workers here, is that a lot of pension money was diverted, and most of the workers lost all of their retirement money. The striking unions figured it was better to just kill the company and hope for better management.
Of course, the new management is pretty much the same old people.. and they aren't hiring anyone who actually went on strike. Nice move there.
The best I can hope is that the silly union rules mentioned elsewhere in this thread are no longer there, which may allow for a more profitable business. I don't have any info on what the new job salaries are, or benefits, though. I would not be surprised if it is lower than before. Well, except for management.
Proof that the measures are protecting us from terrorism, right?!
"Take that, you hostile sons-of-bitches!" -- James Coburn, in the finale of _The_President's_Analyst_