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2 years ago

Film isn't dead yet. But it will be.

Up until the 1990s, quality filmmaking was reserved only for those who could afford the enormous expense of emulsion film. Color negatives of a 35mm film will set you back about $400 - $600 per roll. At that rate, color negatives for a 90-minute feature will easily cost you $15,000 (but probably a lot more).

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Zacharia Lorenz - Contributor

2 years ago

Rate My Teammate

Working with the McGuire Teams recently, I came up with a website I want to build. There have been many occasions that I have had to select a team to work with on a project without any background information on any of the members. This is absured, why am I making a decision that will affect me for the length of this project when I have so little to base this decision on? Assigning a team is just as stupid. The entire class is worse off than if members selected their own teams. When you have background info on some of your choices, you can select people that you work well with. 

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Will Farley - Webmaster

2 years ago

Follow the Money

The internet has grown at a rate far exceeding the development of programming education. As a result, wherever I look, it is clear that there is a low supply of software talent, relative to demand. Everybody needs a good programmer.

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Jon Rave - Contributor
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