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Do we have/could we create this facility on CP? - Probably not.
Can I take the criticism? - Probably not.
Any suggestions on how to go about it?
Note: This just for fun and will never be commercial.
- I would love to change the world, but they won’t give me the source code.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
Host it in a (private) GitHub / Azure DevOps / GitLab repository and see who wants to join you on this quest
You can ask here and invite people who want to join to your project.
You can use email and/or Skype/Zoom and GitHub issues.
The 16 March 2020 Imperial College paper, entitled, Impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) to reduce Covid-19 mortality and healthcare demand, has been one of the most influential papers in shaping policy responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Most countries have responded in a manner advocated by the paper.
Which still baffles me. Only one model, not peer-reviewed or scrutinized as one would expect from "scientists". (I posted similar news to you a few days ago)
You'd expect anything other than severe criticism from a site titled "lockdownsceptics.org"?
Having had a fair amount of contact with (and having to clean up!) academic code, as well as (very successful) modelling code written within corporate environments by engineers/researchers who aren't software developers by trade, I think this post is pretty accurate & relevant.
Java, Basic, who cares - it's all a bunch of tree-hugging hippy cr*p
My lease company called two weeks ago.
My contract is ending in October and they wanted to know what new car I wanted.
I told them my current car is WAY to expensive, €475 a month for a Peugeot 208.
It used to be A LOT cheaper, but I switched lease companies (because I switched employer), the contract was changed a couple of times and then it went from my employer over to me because I didn't want to pay an €8000 fine.
If I got the same car now it would save me €150 A MONTH, so go figure.
For the record, I currently drive less than 10K km a year, so my car is literally gathering dust most of the time.
Anyway, I told the salesman and he said a new contract would be a lot cheaper because it wouldn't have a history.
I said I already made my choice for another lease company, but the salesman asked me to give him a chance.
I gave him the chance and he came up with an offer that would just as expensive as the other company.
So I asked him if he could do anything about my current car, but he couldn't and instead he could subtract €15 from the new contract, which made it a pretty good deal.
I told him I'd think about it over the weekend.
Unlucky for him, I found an even cheaper company.
So I just called the guy to tell him I've made up my mind and I'd go for the cheapest option, which wasn't them.
A good salesman would have congratulated me, tell me he regrets my choice to leave them and wish me all the best with my new car (what else can you do, I've clearly made up my mind?).
Not this one.
He says he feels like it's personal and not fair because he made an effort for me.
Also, this is not how they do business so I didn't need to come back if my new lease company is not what I thought it would be.
I'm not a salesman, but when I lost a sale I went over to the customer and gave the manager a bottle of wine and the team a Christmas treat.
The next sale went sour too, but I thanked them and told them I hoped to see them back in the future.
And some months later they came back and I got a small project from them.
That's how it goes, you win some and you lose some, but you never lose your cool to a customer!
Not this guy, he acted like a crybaby and burned this bridge