Apple’s Pro products are becoming less and less attainable for the professionals they’re made for | Macworld
I’ll take a cheese grater supreme with sautéed onions, bacon, and more bacon. Oh, wait, scratch that, I can’t afford a cheese grater supreme. Even without the extras.
Nevermind the $4999 fries and $999 stand to hold my fries.
I have a house and bag full of Apple gear, but they have clearly gone bat shit crazy with their pricing.
A coach shared this with me and I thought is was pretty good stuff. Here ye go in PDF format. Not from Cliff, but…
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If a scientific paper concludes that, say, pair programming is more efficient by 27.2 percent, with or without explicitly stating “as observed with 32 undergraduate students writing a 50- to 80-line piece of Java code for a simple desktop program,” decontextualization rapidly transforms this message into the following: “It was scientifically proven that pair programming is 27 percent more effective than the waterfall way;” then into this: “By adopting pair programming you’ll cut your time to delivery by a quarter.” The context is lost, sometimes intentionally, sometimes naively. Pair programming is just an example of an agile meme; replace it with your favorite one.