So, who else is going to Ubuntucon / SCALE 14 tomorrow?
Which talks/presentations do you want to attend?
the ticket was free
the scale 14x ticket was $15, but only $7.50 after a 50% off coupon
I know a guy whose company is paying for his rent-a-car and hotel, so I get to tag along for free
I'm going to renovate a cabin in some innawoods -tier land over the summer and I wanted to build a couple of motion sensor cameras (crackheads, dindus, bears, etc). Should I use a Raspberry Pi, an Arduino, or is there some kind of fancy new piece of tech I haven't heard of yet.
I'll keep an eye out for it, but definitely looks interesting.
Pretty sure dindus are attracted to large colorful objects, so the opposite of what I want
Comfy cozy college edition
I kinda miss my tiny dorm. College was fun.
post you'are best desktops
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You're talking about anime, right?
Does this place scare you?
Keep in mind, the NSA hires more mathematicians than any other firm in the united states.
So they probably hire the most in the world.
NSA always seems 5 steps ahead of everyone else for some reason, this shit creeps me out.
(pls NSA if you read this thread, do not put me into thought crime camp, i literally dindu nuffin)
>tfw when icloud activation lock will never be cracked by niggerheads
Apple has won
Is there a better alternative now?
What keyboard do you use on your Android device.
Stock, I'm not joining a botnet.
Why do you have a Nexus 6P when it bends?
Dude, it's 2016! This is not a year for bending phones.
Sup /g/, Im kinda looking for advice at the moment. I'm a 19 y/o community college student (bc poor) who studying computer science. I'm three semesters from graduating with my degree before I transfer to Virginia tech to obtain my bachelors degree. But over the past year (and this might be because my school and its teachers suck idk) I've kinda noticed that what I'm studying is pretty boring to me. I haven't exactly run accross anything yet pertaining to my field of study that has clicked with me that I can say "I absolutely am comfortable doing this for a career." I have a friend who's also studying computer science who's been telling me that there are basicly only two major paths to take that would pay the highest: cyber security/network security and programming. I've taken a C++ class that I didnt find to be all that interesting but I havent taken anything relating to security. Could anyone give me some advice on why sticking with my major is most beneficial and what other options I might have in it?
I guess it all comes down to this. Are you more of a hands on physical guy? Then networking, if not then programming. Also there's more to programming than C++. Try python imo, it's fairly easy to learn and you can get to actually programming stuff faster.
Can't get a definitive answer on this. If I'm going for an external soundcard is this a decent model?
Going external because my mobo onboard is
noisy and has interference problems. Setup will be Hyper X Cloud II headset > Y splitter for mic and headphone pink and green jacks > sound card > usb to PC
The little DAC the headset...
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Software that's never done you dirty.
Audacity is such a fucking great tool, easy as fuck to use and just werkz.
First build. Is it good?
>memelake with a tall custom cooler
>buying windows 10
>glowy ricer gamer keyboard+mouse
good lord this better be bait
What tech related books do you guys have?
pic related, picked it up at a used bookstore today
How do you avoid back pain while working on computers or doing repairs?
I just remembered it happens, spent 30 minutes disassembling a laptop on the floor because I don't have a table big enough for it. Got up a few times to get tools, but after finishing I got up and was greeted with severe stiffness.