It's not just about money. If he has a majority share, and she ends up divorcing him and taking half of whatever she can get, it may destabilize the company. At that point, it's not just about Mark and his wife, there are jobs and people's well being's hanging in the balance.
It may not be about the money. If Prescilla has played a major role in making Facebook the $100B company then its OK. However there is no point splitting the company in half, because she was married to the founder. There is no need to demonize prenups here.
>RSpec is DOG SLOW! I can run 100s of test in a couple of seconds. Can RSpec even startup in that time?
Yes, of course it can. RSpec is not especially slow. Obviously the ruby interpreter can be slow, for any given rspec test you could write something faster in C or Java or Go or whatever. That's irrelevant.
I'm guessing you're referring to rails tests, where the whole rails stack has to be loaded with each run of the test suite, something that is notoriously slow. There are strategies to avoid this.
Also it is very easy for the naive rails developer to write tests with extremely inefficient usage of the database, which creates horrible bottlenecks.
Sorry, I have to disagree about chiclet keyboards and I consider myself a keyboard Connoisseur and a touch typist. I own a couple of vintage IBM Model M keyboards, a Northgate, a Filco ... I've grown fond of the Apple Keyboards and my better halves and those who work around me thank me for it. Vim + Apple keyboard is coding heaven.
I do agree the ThinkPad keyboards were the best in its class.
Are all modern Apple keyboards pretty much the same? I've been considering the Apple wireless keyboard for my iPad, but I wasn't sure if it would offer a superior experience to the Microsoft wireless keyboard that I already have.
To be fair, the mongo people just pulled in a driver that everyone has already been using for the past 2 years or so. christkv's driver has been in use in dozens of projects -- everything from connect to mongoose. It wouldn't make sense to drastically change the API and break all the npm packages out there.
According to the npm registry, there are just over 100 packages that all depend on christkv's library. I'm sure there are more because certain libraries like mongoosejs, simply include the library as part of their package instead of a dependency.
And I have used it in a previous project. I'm not questioning the quality of the driver.
My point is the inconsistency of the driver API vs the syntax used in the `mongo` utility. I don't know how many times I've looked at the MongoDB docs and then have to figure how to do the same thing with this driver.
Let's not forget about unit tests. I can run well over 100 test cases in just over ONE second! Rails is PAINFULLY slow at this.
I've done enough Rails to know how productive it is, and there are many things I miss. I'll argue though I'm more productive with node.js since we do most GUI with Backbone on the client. I can share code between client and server, for example validations.