In my grandparents' town everyone has those: (URSUS C-330)
All the cables are accessible from outside.
Have you ever taken an online programming course or tried to learn via youtube? Was it lacking anything?
No, I have learned by making game mods. I can't remember how it feels to not know programming - but if someone asked how to learn, I would tell them to pick an application they want to create and try making it, look up how to do it.
Most people seem to be concentrating on "code academies " rather than the other part of the software dev career requirements.
The topic I find most challenging in software is working in a group, trusting others, dividing tasks and agreeing on solutions.
This is rarely taught at university, and your experience in big corporate projects would be valuable in that topic.
Turning that into a profitable job is probably not simple. But maybe some companies organize training sessions for their employees and need some training consultants.
"supported" means Jack shit
Oh, another situation where the word support is used to obfuscate useful information.
If we used real words, we could easily describe that the projector displays video in 640x480 but accepts input signal of 1080p resolution.
@sloosecannon If the only allowed symbols are
! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ), then how are you supposed to have "at least one upper case letter"?
If you want a WiFi enabled appliance, the best choice is a microwave.
It operates on 2.45 GHz (close enough to WiFi's 2.4 GHz) and outputs ~10000 times more radiation power than a router.
That is more WiFi that you will ever need!
In the video you can see that it is compatible with smartphones, light bulbs, TVs, radios, cameras and CDs!
As I understand it, the forum site is just the UI and loads topics/posts through AJAX. So obviously it needs the JS to show topics.
The JS could probably by many times faster, so i would say "optimize" instead of "eliminate".
the Nexus 4 is unsupported
Maybe many people use that phone and don't care if someone declares it "supported":
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