Finished my australian schooling and I want to do computer science at uni.
1. Is CS a worthwhile degree? Is it better to do something like math and learn programming on the side?
2. For australians is pic related a quality university for CS?
I've heard USYD doesn't have a great CS program do you know anything about that?
Cheers I've heard lots of people like "You can just learn programming by yourself and get a CS job" but honestly the course seems so rigorous that it would be really hard to cover all that material by yourself while doing another course you know?
Why programming is so fun /g/?
What is your favorite programming language for fun?
What for do you guys have home servers?
What the fuck is the point of 4k, I bought a 4k TV today and when I got home I realized literally none of my devices have the ability to output 4k.
If someone who goes on /g/ doesn't even have anything that can do 4k on hand why the fuck are people buying 4k stuff.
[spoiler]I left my nvidia shield tv which can do 4k at my during the week place I stay, but seriously who has 4k stuff? [/spoiler]
I'll get a new vidya card tomorrow and maybe eat my words, but until then wtf 4k?
Portrait edition, hot and fresh out the kitchen...
What are some good EPUB reader for Windows?
I'm currently using Adobe Digital Editions, and it's fucking retarded how you can't change the background to black and have the text in white.
hey /g/, just woke up from a coma from 2006, not even kidding, what's the latest tech news and memes we got here? What should I know?
What does /g/ think of dead drops?
some of my mkv files dont show thumbnail in windows 10
Is a 2 year ''Software Developer'' degree useless?
Why is consumer Ethernet stuck at 1 Gigabit?
Why are 10 Gigabit Ethernet adapters and switches still so goddamn expensive?
Because the vast majority of consumers don't need anything faster than gigabit and even those that have gigabit hardly ever actually use gigabit speeds or even have gigabit internet connections.
Everyone doubts of their laptops cameras, whether disabling them on bios actually prevents the OS from accesing it is something we cant know.
>inb4 they have leds
And yet the some OSes still see them after disabling them in BIOS. Some go as far as physically disconeting them in addition to black tape. But if people are worried about something relatively in your control why do I never see concerns over tightly locked devices like phones?
So should I tape my phones front camera or is that going too far?
what do u think of her