Some of my friends who develop for android say that API's and functionality can sometimes just get dropped from version to version especially in things the Nexus. Without warning. To the extent that there are threads with 100/1000's of developer woes going to deaf years wrt un-planned degradations/api changes/ and deprecations. Bugs/defects leading to phones getting bricked are also not un-common.
Apple api's and documentation and deprecation - are more deliberate. and gives me more confidence that i won't end up with a bricked phone.
tldr; i'd still trust an apple EV over a google/android one.
I don't understand why you would inject a hypothetical Android EV into this discussion.
I feel that Apple/Google partisanship is off-topic when GP was talking about Apple v. GM/BMW/other established automakers
Should we ban pencils, because a terrorist wrote a threat on a paper?
This is exactly what has happened.
Honorable Sir, Yesterday an order issued by DoT blocked 32 websites
including Github which are used by scientists/engineers/researchers/students
This is clearly an un-informed decision, and engineers across the
world are wondering how this was arm-twisted as a policy.
I have never interacted with the PMO, but I voice the opinion of
millions of engineers like me.
it's callstack will never grow. you can have multiple of these running and the scheduler will still split work between them.
a process is a tail-recursive function where the argument becomes its state.
a process ceases to exist when it stops being tail-recursive.
erlang's distributed computing strengths can in ways be attributed to tail-recursive approach to network programming & beginning with concurrency in mind. everything else came as a side-effect.