How do you use your mouse while programming? I want to refrain myself from using the mouse as much as possible. Because I've heard that, with a bit of training, you can be alot faster at programming, just like Santiago Gonzalez. Is this true? Also: Is it worth it to learn 10 finger typing for programming?
Also shortcuts for IDEs and text editors.
One of my favorite shortcuts for Visual Studio.
You can comment and uncomment text passages just by selecting them and pressing
ctrl+ K and Cfor commentingctrl+ K and Ufor uncommenting
Found one of these at a garage sale and picked it up for $5.
What can I do with it?
>chrome isn't a botnet
Everyone who respects themselves even a little bit does not use Chrome. I don't give two shits about the dumbasses who do. We don't need this thread every hour. This is the world that they have chosen.
my mom's husband's son wants me to build a new computer for him. he mostly plays league of legends and hearthstone, will this do the trick??
not a completely sure if this counts for this board but what kind of keychain accessory's do you guys have/recommend?
I work as a traveling IT and always have with me 2 lacie keys filled with the usual restoration tools for wangblows
I also have an EAGET Usb for phones/tablets with a lightning adapter for iphones/ipads just in case I need a specific program from the internet and the clients don't have have necessary drivers to access the internet nor a wireless router etc etc
How do you clean your screens? Do you use any specific product/water?
I normally don't use anything, only a clean tissue, but the screen doesn't get perfectly clean, any tips?
>paying more than $5 for a mouse
I have a lot of DVDs I'd like to save to a hard drive. What's the best program to burn them?
Did I goof /g/ or did OP do guuud?
Which one is the best phone /g/
I know, I know... building it myself is better in every way. But it's been a decade since I last looked at hardware to build it myself and, due to health problems and thanks to my parents' generosity, it simply doesn't make sense to build my next PC like I did my last one.
Flashing lights and custom graphics need not apply.
So, let's say under $4,000, what are some decent pre-built gaming PCs? Or places I could go to read trustworthy reviews? Back in the day, Alienware was overpriced but is that still the case?
Why is it so slow?
Any PDQ made in the past 5 years can process a Chip and Pin transaction in 10 seconds or less. It's then down to the speed of the operator and cashier.
Now fuck off to the current Chip and Pin thread and stop trying to shitpost just for new arguments.
Any decent, from zero to hero Unity 5 2d game programming tutorials? Any links/torrents? I've seen many on youtubes/websites, but I wish to find something that even someone new could follow. It's kind of hard for me to just type some script and wonder how the programmer got the idea of writing it anywyy from.
I never realized how much copyright infringement and thieving is going on at the internet
as a owner of a new website where i publish my work, people are already stealing my stuff and uploading to imgur and reddit without crediting me
fucking hell, are these the same kinds of people who says "fuck you xD" to hollywood?
what if i broke into your house, scanned all your drawings and pictures and uploaded without writing any source? You reddit millenial people disgust me
>what if i broke into your house, scanned all your drawings and pictures and uploaded without writing any source?
You'd get arrested for posting child porn: I have a picture of me as a little kid playing naked in the backyard on my living room wall.
No OS will ever look this good
>feels good to be part of the no virus Unix master race and still have godtier audio and video driver support
>godtier audio and video driver
Shitty Nvidia drivers, no support for Quadro workstations, no AMD support.
The good audio meme hasn't been true since the 90's when Windows improved the audio quality and support.