AtuM45223dAs soon as aĺl the os vendors converge to using linux, he'll be right.
Have you ever had a thought that he just loves pushing your buttons? I know a few ppl like that.
ChaoticGoods26223d@AtuM He wasn't pushing buttons. He was pitching solutions to actual problems. I'm all for jokes, but burning 30 minutes in an architecture meeting isn't funny. It's just annoying. Also even if we lived in fairyland where mobile devices all ran on Linux cpp still wouldn't be a universal solution to all problems. And there's a diminishing return. We can't spend years on every project, and we don't always need to.
AlmondSauce19Mark. Mark was a support guy who could have been replaced by a robot. Nearly every support request that came ...
Godisalie5Most memorable coworker? Definitely one of our devs in the first company I worked at. He was around fifty, qui...
rutee0727Almost everyone from one of my previous companies. I had a manager who likes to "break" people and will do al...