I prefer MSDN forums in that I never get the dreaded "this question was already asked" response. When I search in google, stack overflow answers always come back on top. Does stack overflow pay google to have its content listed at the top of search results?
I thought woman worked as computers because all the young men were serving in the military at the time.
And where is the evidence that the 10% difference between salaries of male and female programmers is due to bias or discrimination? Maybe the men are willing to work longer hours or are committed to work in the field for many more years than women?
Good point about Google and the web over taking MSFT and the mobile and apps doing the same to Google. But what about defining things within domains? The desktop domain still exists. And the server domain. A case can be made that progress on the desktop has halted because of the push ( by management ) to be more like the device. Even the emphasis of C++ the last number of years is a case of mobile hurting the desktop. C# is a much better choice for desktop programming than C++.
what about ad blocker? Do I need to install a 3rd party ad blocker to actually block ads? Or will Edge allow users to block content based on attributes and sources of the content? As it is I hardly use IE anymore since Chrome made it so easy for me to install ad blocker software.