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Darpa: U.S. Geek Shortage Is National Security Risk


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"Darpa’s worried that America’s “ability to compete in the increasingly internationalized stage will be hindered without college graduates with the ability to understand and innovate cutting edge technologies in the decades to come…. Finding the right people with increasingly specialized talent is becoming more difficult and will continue to add risk to a wide range of DoD [Department of Defense] systems that include software development.”

http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2010/01/da...-security-risk/

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That's what you get for making it "illegal" to hack iApples iIdiotic iPod iEarbud-iControls ..

How the f#ck do they expect cutting-edge innovation when it takes the lawyers 12 years to decide if it's against the DMCA and another 12 years fending off all the frivolous "patent" law-suits ?

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So......in short because education is failing and ending up creating large amounts of idiots, America is screwed internationally?

Sounds about right for a lot of countries to be honest.

Nah, I tell you what it is. When I see kids enrolling into cyber security they end up not getting the bachelors, because it is "Too much work" which is just an excuse because they are lazy and want to get money the quick and easy way of which aside from standing on the street corner, there is none. There are few like me that understand that it does take hard work to get what we want. It's the students who are failing because of their own lazyness.

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