May 16, 2014 at 12:31 AM
15 000 PC's is a lot but remember Microsoft are adding 20 000 SharePoint users day. Something that sits well with Windows Server and does everything you have outlined already and has done for years. Google are not that injudicious that they would take this fight to Microsoft and IBM.
ChromeOS will never work, unless it works like Android, which Google does not want it to, so it will never succeed. I would stop using computers altogether if my OS was run by Google.
It is Microsoft's marketing division that has brought out this new subscription based notion of Visual Studio, so like Facebook or Linked in, if you subscribe, you will always be on the latest version of VS, rather than the 3 year release cadence of yore.
@Ian2: Beats headphones are a fashion accessory mostly, I would rather wear them, than 90% of the other makes because they look very fashionable, and most of people listen to .mp3 music anyway, so even if you are using Bose, Harman & Kardon or whatever quality brands there are, your music is poor quality anyway even at 320KPS
At home I use Vinyl for music, and record it to 24 bit audio, playing it using a lossless format, and use top end Sony headphones, with a thick coil (impractical for shopping), and swivelling earpieces for listening to monitor speakers.
Yes they are overpriced, but nothing else looks as good, and the beats audio software with the headphones is acceptable for .mp3 play
Apr 28, 2014 at 10:39 AM
I am even more astonished that the open source champion Bass, thinks it big news that private companies are spending such collosal amounts to negate the negative impact of open source on this project.
Looks like he is beginning to enjoy the comfort of sitting on the fence in his old age.
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[return: MessageParameter(Name = "getEmployeeReturn")] // Here is the issue - missing something ?
Employee getEmployees(User user);
---- getEmployeeReturn should be getEmployeesReturn
@TexasToast:There are loads of developers that Google everything and tell their boss they fixed it,copying and pasting other people's code like it's going out of fashion. As a matter of fact, in SCRUM meetings, if you use reflector and reverse engineer solutions that effectively steal someones work, pretty much every Project Manager or whoever is in Charge will commend you for finishing things off quickly.
There are quite a few people that think there is no problem with this approach.
I have recently had to get rid of an oData abstraction as it lacked WS-Security. WCF using SOAP Vs REST is significantly more difficult, and why most developers go for RESTful web services frameworks like oData or WebAPI as the entry level is easier and the programming paradigms are familiar.
What I did find out is that you have to write a heck of a lot more code using oData and the HTTP protocol (I am pretty sure WebAPI will be no different). The choice seems to be, either you write a lot more code and have a large code-base headache to maintain, or the headaches arise from the complexity of using SOAP over HTTP but you have far smaller code-base to maintain.
@bondsbw: REST getting attention has been around a while, I remember the Pablo Castro videos here on Channel 9 when WCF data services was coming out. SOAP is a proven technology used by the industry at large, the oData aspect of WCF is unproven, or, shall I say, has been proven to have limitations far beyond pursuing with continual development.