I don't know who is fxxking up here. Just glad r/dailyprogrammer is still around. Still got something to do while I drink my coffee in the morning. If sh1t really hits the fan, anyone know of a good Reddit alternative?
If you tried to visit r/IAmA (one of Reddit’s biggest subs) recently, you were probably greeted by the image above. And if you’ve been absolutely anywhere else on the site at all in the past few hours, you probably noticed that everyone is flipping their collective shit over speculation that Victoria Taylor, the high-profile coordinator that kept IAmA afloat, was suddenly and mysteriously fired. Also, something about Jesse Jackson.
Ellen K. Pao is a lawyer and the chief executive officer of the Internet company Reddit Inc . After Pao lost her gender discrimination case against venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins she was appointed CEO of Reddit Inc and Reddit entered into a new age of censorship. A vast majority of the Reddit community believes that Pao, "a manipulative individual who will sue her way to the top", has overstepped her boundaries and fears that she will run ...
GCC 5 Release Series. April 22, 2015. The GNU project and the GCC developers are pleased to announce the release of GCC 5.1. This release is a major release, containing new features (as well as many other improvements) relative to GCC 4.9.x.
Born and raised in the Bay Area, CA. After high-school I decided to take some time off and have a little fun. Met a lot of interesting people and learned a lot about myself along the way. Finally got the self-exploration out of my system at the ripe old age of 27, so I starting working for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). I stayed there until I saved enough for college.
I started college to earn a Computer Science degree in 2007 and finished in 2013. I attended Laney College to get enough credits to transfer to a four-year university. Working my butt off by taking full loads for two and a half years, I finally had enough credit to transfer to a four-year and was accepted to the California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly). Continued to work my butt off until I finally finished with a B.S in Computer Science in early 2013. The whole experience was tough yet rewarding and humbling. Tough, because some classes were difficult (yes, I had to repeat some). Rewarding, because I learned a lot about myself in the process. Humbling, because I got to know a lot of people way smarter than myself. Finally, college taught me the importance of perseverance and hard-work.
I'm currently a software engineer at Cisco Systems. On my spare time I do a lot of self-educating on Coursera (https://www.coursera.org/), try to solve programming puzzles (projecteuler.net), spend time with friends and family, try to lose the pounds I gained during college (doctor's order).