Nice, you wouldn't happen to still be single would you?????
I think we may be getting a little off topic. I believe we can all learn from Sony's algorithm mishap. First of all, we should ALWAYS use browser-safe palettes and byte codes with the safety of a cabinet file buffer. In addition, we must remember that whenever there is continuous integration of any structured programming model including JSON, we must be careful that all metasyntactic variables remain stable. Obviously, this includes lexical scoping as well as any endurance tested decompilers. It seems so paradoxical looking back. The refactoring of any single source without massive parallel processing will result in a spaghetti code. Which would then require detailed RFM analysis to be performed. I think we have all learned a major lesson and will never use concurrent processing without critical cross-site scripting.
Live and learn, at least they are doing better than their families at Toyoda
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