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  • #31
    It's good news to know AMD is hiring some engineers for their driver development team.
    Hope you hire some skilled engineers (we've to beat nVidia's driver quality in the future ).


    To Qaridarium:

    1- I thought Germany was still one of the best Europe countries in terms of education (they have very good Polytechnic Institutes with very skilled engineers (maybe the best ones from Europe)).

    2- Trolling at a subject like this is a disrespect with the staff that tries everyday to develop drivers, and all those people who try hard to make ATI/AMD drivers better.

    Cheers

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    • #32
      Originally posted by duby229 View Post
      It would help alot to just double check the spelling of your words.. Most people can understand what you mean as long as the words are spelled right. My grammar is terrible too. However, you can still install an english spell checker to help you out with words that you dont know. I'm native english speaker, and I have to use a spell checker.
      i double check words on google and wikipedia and spellchecker and i ask frend about words.

      you don't read my nativ writing i edit and check my writing every time.
      Phantom circuit Sequence Reducer Dyslexia

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      • #33
        Originally posted by evolution View Post
        To Qaridarium:1- I thought Germany was still one of the best Europe countries in terms of education (they have very good Polytechnic Institutes with very skilled engineers (maybe the best ones from Europe)).
        i totally disagree with you all studies show us that the german education are worst and only based on selection and pullout the bad.

        oder countrys do have much better education with less selection and no pulling out the bad.

        sweden for exampel beats the german education system every year the last 10 years in a round.

        thats because sweden do not pull 2/3 of the people into the garbage after the 4 year in scool sweden have the first 9 years with no discrimination and there is no "fall through/have to repeat a year"

        the german system is just worst! thats all!
        Phantom circuit Sequence Reducer Dyslexia

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
          i totally disagree with you all studies show us that the german education are worst and only based on selection and pullout the bad.

          oder countrys do have much better education with less selection and no pulling out the bad.

          sweden for exampel beats the german education system every year the last 10 years in a round.

          thats because sweden do not pull 2/3 of the people into the garbage after the 4 year in scool sweden have the first 9 years with no discrimination and there is no "fall through/have to repeat a year"

          the german system is just worst! thats all!

          This is completely off-topic, just an answer to Qaridarium:

          Yes, try to have some education, here, in Portugal, where the education level is as good as our Finance Minister (thanks to him and his government, we're going *ahem* to be the next victim of IMF, almost for sure... ).

          Oh yeah?! And why Germany is one the leading countries in economic recovery?! In opposite to countries like USA, or PIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Spain)?!
          The answer is quite simple: Your education system (still) works (I think)!

          Cheers

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
            i double check words on google and wikipedia and spellchecker and i ask frend about words.

            you don't read my nativ writing i edit and check my writing every time.
            It looks like google, wikipedia, spellchecker, and your friend all missed both "frend" and "nativ" in that post alone. Anyway, I usually don't have trouble reading misspelled words, it's when the whole sentence structure breaks down that things become difficult to understand. That's a lot tougher for a non-native speaker to fix than just spelling.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by RealNC View Post
              A spoil chocker is not avails useful if you have dyslexia.
              Dyslexia's reading. Dysgraphia's writing. Take a wild guess which I happen to have a mild case thereof...and yet I'm still more coherent and literate than he seems to be.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by evolution View Post
                This is completely off-topic, just an answer to Qaridarium:

                Yes, try to have some education, here, in Portugal, where the education level is as good as our Finance Minister (thanks to him and his government, we're going *ahem* to be the next victim of IMF, almost for sure... ).

                Oh yeah?! And why Germany is one the leading countries in economic recovery?! In opposite to countries like USA, or PIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Spain)?!
                The answer is quite simple: Your education system (still) works (I think)!

                Cheers
                you talk abaout capitalism you think portugals education isn't good because of the less money spend of that.

                and next you talk on Capitalism again and about germany is one of the bigest capitalists in the world.

                and you are right the education in germany works.

                i never make a point about that.

                but the true is there are cheaper education systems with higher overall score on all schoolars/studends.

                and this breaks your neck! because you are wrong in the point of more money brings better education.

                i can give you an simple exampel why: in germany they buy scoolbooks for 250? a year for every schoolar but there are still poor ones with no computer. POOR education systems like CUBA buy Computers not scoolbooks.

                and be sure CUBA is very good in education system. (they use linux)
                Phantom circuit Sequence Reducer Dyslexia

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by smitty3268 View Post
                  It looks like google, wikipedia, spellchecker, and your friend all missed both "frend" and "nativ" in that post alone. Anyway, I usually don't have trouble reading misspelled words, it's when the whole sentence structure breaks down that things become difficult to understand. That's a lot tougher for a non-native speaker to fix than just spelling.
                  do you think i check every word? you can not write if you check every single letter

                  one of my problem is that i write in multible languages and in firefox the spell checker check german for normal.

                  and a german spell checker fails on english.

                  and allways put this in the right language only drain your brain.
                  Phantom circuit Sequence Reducer Dyslexia

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Svartalf View Post
                    Dyslexia's reading. Dysgraphia's writing. Take a wild guess which I happen to have a mild case thereof...and yet I'm still more coherent and literate than he seems to be.
                    in german "Legasthenie" means both of them.

                    hey now i know the difference between dyslexia and dysgraphia in english.

                    you save my life
                    Phantom circuit Sequence Reducer Dyslexia

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Svartalf View Post
                      Take a wild guess which I happen to have a mild case thereof...
                      /puts up hand

                      Texlexia?

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