I need to develop mad CSS skillz.
One of my problems is that I often misplace things. Today I left a pack of stamps in my coat. They must’ve fallen out as I rummaged
through the Japanese Paper Place. I also spent a fair bit of time looking for my idea notebook, which turned out to be in my drawer.
This problem is costing me time and money, and I need to fix it.
Here’s how I think I can address this problem:
Also, don’t forget that most hardcore geeks in the
Philippines dabble in Linux. The extent of familiarity with MS
technologies you will see in local programmers are relegated to VB
programming, which is nowhere near the level of sophistication needed
to contribute to a project like David.
Wrt to SpecOps’ hype, I initially had a similar reaction as you
expressed above when I saw their first generation web copy, but
closely scrutinizing a succeeding version, they actually made a small
bit of effort to explain some technical details behind what would
possibly make David an improvement over WINE. Still far too little
though, and now such details are gone again.
I don’t think that hardcore geeks in the Philippines are just limited
to Linux. I know a fair number of .NET-wielding and C++ hacking
Windows geeks. ;) Although Microsoft doesn’t really do development in
the Philippines, there’s still a lively developer community. I
remember joining a well-attended Microsoft
So yes, there are hardcore Windows programmers. In fact, they’re quite
They’d have no reason to work with
With regard to Spec
are just handwaving until they show us a product, not a rigged demo of
someone else’s code. Considering that they were supposed to have a
working demo last year—or was that two years ago?—then they _really_
should have something to show for all their time, money, and hype
about contracts here and agreements there.
Too little, too late.
I don’t know how they managed to get people mixed up in it. I’m _so_
example, Caslon Chua’s name has been liberally splashed over the story
from the beginning. I’ve been wondering why he hasn’t backed out of
it, given that he’s with DLSU. I always thought teachers needed better
BS detection filters than most people, or else students would have a
far too easy time with their subjects. I think he’s probably bought
into it big, and he can’t afford to discredit them or pull out because
he’d lose his investment. What’s up with Turbolinux, too?
I have very good reasons to believe that
than it should, which is one of the reasons why I don’t like them. I
find it difficult to trust a company that’s so… well… “trying
Still, maybe they’re on to something.
Riight. More likely that they’re on something.
Samuel 17:40? More like Jeremiah 9:3.
(By the way, I’m ordinarily a very nice person. But