Don't forget the Ballmer Peak:That explains it... my coding skills dropped into the bottom, when I became almost a teetotaler.
(Being drunk maybe makes you a better coder, but a much worse human for other things)
We also never had Windows ME at home - I remember though the same transition, going from a completely legitimate copy of Windows 98 to a completely legitimate copy of 2000 Professional.I did not like those few Windows ME clients I saw. All the bad things of Windows 98, and only few good things. Most of us went straight to Windows 2000, like happened on work. We essentially migrated Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 98 to Windows 2000 and also had the big joy of having only one kind of windows client for all employees, that was capable of being automatically installed, with only minimal work afterwards for installing and configuring special software.
Fixed an issue where inconsistent interpretations of 'Y' between Joda and Java led to an issue that could advance the timestamp by one year during the last week of the year.
Huh?On Ubuntu, there's a really great screenshot tool called "shutter". Most significantly, it supports drag and drop to websites that support it directly from the application, without having to save the image to disk first and then dragging it from the file explorer.
Currently I'm on a windows machine, and the snipping tool lacks exactly that feature. So I go google "shutter for windows". The search results were not exactly helpful, which should have been clear to me before I even started typing the query...
Yeah, took me a minute to figure that out. I usually do drag and drop, because I have to move the mouse from the app window to the browser window anyways, just pulling the darn thing along during that motion just seems about the most intuitive thing...I can't remember when was the last time on any platform that the screenshotting tool or feature wasn't able to save the image to clipboard.
Yeah, took me a minute to figure that out. I usually do drag and drop, because I have to move the mouse from the app window to the browser window anyways, just pulling the darn thing along during that motion just seems about the most intuitive thing...
Of course, if you're an aggressive alt-tabber, the other option is preferable. But I'm honestly not as much of a keyboard jockey as others in my profession.