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I wasn't stating a preference; however, I do much prefer music where I can tell some effort and talent has gone into creating and performing it (i.e. it has to go into creating and performing music, not writing pseudocode scripts or play sequences for software tools).
Most electronic "music" that I've heard gives the exact opposite impression.
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
I don't think many dance musicians are getting a lot of money and fame. Not the ones I listen to anyway.
Even in dance music there is such a thing as underground and love for the music (not that I'm in the underground all that much)
And guys like DJ Tiësto are just lucky, he really didn't start for money or fame.
That said, there's garbage dance, there's good dance. And I'm using dance as a sort of overall name for dance-able electronic music.
Golly, I think I've just discovered why the entertainment industry is so full of useless, untalented idiots!
That has nothing to do with the artists, they wouldn't be rich and famous if it weren't for the people liking them
Now I'm going to blast some NICKI MINAJ out of my speakers!!! Just kidding, not even I can appreciate that!
I've been playing too much Skyrim, and I notice how the music changes depending on whether things are all peaceful, I'm about to be dead, victory is at hand, etc.
Now, what if we monitored programmer activity and adjusted the theme music to things like twiddling thumbs, surfing code project, really banging away at the code, build errors, build success, number of open source code files, number of languages detected, and so forth.
adjusted the theme music to things like twiddling thumbs, surfing code project, really banging away at the code, build errors, build success, number of open source code files, number of languages detected
Even the VB category is mostly for VB.Net not for VB6. I can understand that VB6 is over a decade old and everyone thinks it's old hat, but Access keeps on going with more releases every so often. As far as I know the latest version is MSAccess 2013.
It's viable and I have written some programs for myself and others that we can't live without. So come on guys. Give us desktop database managers a place. Have a heart!