domingo, 28 de junio de 2009

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by nutshell42 (557890) on Sunday June 28, @08:34AM (#28502901) Journal
It's like with users and computers. Instead of teaching people how a computer works and how you interact with one, they learn the exact sequence of steps they have to follow to make something happen.

That works fine when everything's okay, when not, they click yes to "do you want to format your hard drive" because they always click yes on those little window with buttons thingies. Then they call IT who has to get the backups. Oh wait, that's where flying a commercial airliner is unlike a PEBKAC.

Airlines aren't interested in the best pilots money can buy. They want the cheapest pilots that are allowed to fly.

sábado, 9 de mayo de 2009

Link Interesante

Breve, incompleta y casi totalmente equivocada historia de los lenguajes de programación :D

De el blog de James Iry