People like this make me ashamed to mention I am a CS major so can you please just fuck off?
yeah dude you're the supreme autismo
you love code so much you dream in it, you're the real deal
this guy has a dream man, he's going to be publishing commits for Poettering one day.
How fucked am I?
And is this even a reliable test?
It's a 64GB OCZ onyx btw, on the latest firmware, owned it since 2011 or 2012.
Even though you got 7s I think that's not quite true, given that this has lasted me 4 years of heavy usage as my main OS disk.
My imported $100 keyboard is missing a key. Fuck newegg. Fuck newegg. Fuck newegg. Fuck newegg.
Given it was international shipping he was probably excitedly waiting for it to come in for a few weeks, he has every right to be upset that he needs to wait a few more weeks to get his keyboard.
>no /guts/ bread
>no sleeved cables for you, gpu
lol, icucks cucked again, enjoyed being locked down to a single heavily censored app store while us android users can get our apps from anywhere we want in case google play starts pulling this kind of crap.
oh no, I don't get to play some piece of shit free game. Let me know when android audio latency isn't fucking garbage so you can get some real-time music apps that aren't pieces of shit.
> doing something that requires ultra low latency on a smartphone
It's like you can't afford a decent PC for that, amirite?
This is /dpt/, the best subreddit of /g/
In this thread:
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What are you working on ?
i've got to search an ordered list for a number and if it's already there i don't add it to the list. What would be the best way to implement this? The list is made of nodes with that int value and a list type previous and next pointers.
Tesla is going to release an uber like service for all tesla owners with Teslas self driving hardware probably by 2018 as a way to enable people who currently can't afford a Tesla to have passive income streams in the future in order to subsidise their Tesla purchase.
I'd be surprised if Ubers stock price doesn't plummet next year if Tesla achieves its goal of better than human self driving capabilities, and its tech succeeds in gaining approval from gov regulators. It is easier to create a self...
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i just don't see legislation ever giving drivers the right to let a car operate autonomously on the open roads. we've had robust autopilot functionality in planes, trains, and ships for years now and with the exception of a few very tightly coordinated subway systems, not a single one operates without an operator present. and none of those operates at the volume and flexibility that the open roads do.
maybe to make it more tangible, if we agree that cars need to have override capabilities, then what's the protocol if a drunk person is riding the car home after a night out? who should get override privileges if a car is full of 11-year-olds? in neither case is anyone in the car reasonably trustworthy to override autopilot functionality, but certainly you don't think we're heading into a near future where self-driving cars will ignore everyone in the car, do you?
i hear a lot of self-driving car advocates talk feverishly about how they'll revolutionize car ownership, taxis, transportation, etc... but if the above issues prove insurmountable, then we'll always see a sober, focused operator in every car. that doesn't seem like a leapfrog for society the way advocates suggest.
Uber's value isn't threatened by Tesla. At least not until legislation allows car owners to send their cars off unsupervised to drive people around (which won't be for several years, at best). Uber's biggest threat is that their long game seems to be to ultimately replace all the human drivers with self-driving cars (presumably which they own), but that the same legislation that will ultimately allow that shift would also allow all of the individual car owners in the world to crowdsource their own cars to form the world's largest taxi fleet, all run as a worker cooperative or something.
They only support GNU/Linux, Solaris, macOS, and FreeBSD. Four Unixlikes is a really LOW number of Unix-like OSes to support. Nvidia has terrible support compared to AMD and Intel.
>buying a 500 smackeroonie phone when a 200 smackeroonie phone does the same shit
A few months ago i saw a .gif of a custom starter on a background thread on /b/, it was all pink and after sliding across the screen it divided into seperate squares. Now i'm asking how hard it is to create something like that if you have zero knowledge or if there is a building program i can use.
I know i'm probably on the wrong board, so thanks for helping me anyway kind anon
What is the Thinkpad of projectors?
Are there any that allow you to adjust audio delay? I'd like to set one up using Bluetooth as I'm in an apartment and can't reasonably conceal wiring.
>thinkpad of projectors
why can't you just ask for a reliable projector that's a good value for the money?
a quick google reveals really straightforward recommendations for cheap and mid-range projectors. what did you bother to read, and what questions did those articles leave you with?
if you're too lazy to google this stuff, don't expect us to be helpful.
>name contains apostrophe (O'Something)
>fill out web form
>Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e14'
>[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Unclosed quotation mark before the character string ''.
What have you achieved online? /g/
>make betting platform
>users bet steam items on esports gaymen matches
>reach 40k users in 1.5 months
>steam items in system valued at $30k
>site dies horribly because i'm still in school and as the only developer on the """team""" can't keep up with pressure
>tfw when reddit hates me and thinks i scammed them
>and starting at JUST 4,199 euro and 3,699 dollars.... SO... *lip smack* truly amazing... think about it... *lip smack* the Blade Stealth™, the Razer® Blade™, and the new Blade Pro™... *lip smack intensifies* did somebody faint?
Hi /g/ is it ok if my laptop is always charging? I use it for gaming, and it almost never gets hot.
If you plug in your laptop, it stops using power from it's battery, it uses power sfrom your home's circuitry, while simultaneously charging it's battery.
In all modern laptops, the internal circuitry is made so it doesn't allow the battery to get overcharged and damaged, once it's done charging the laptop will only use power straight from the circuitry from your home.
>yfw cheap hotel free wifi
hold me /g/
How do hackers "brute force" a password that could have a million different combinations when giving the incorrect password more than 3 times automatically prevents further logins?
what is the best way to rice the chan?
really fast and good but abandoned
lighter, in development, but lacking aesthetic features -> recommends StyleChan
nice addition to 4chan X, but the combo renders big threads SLOW AS FUCK
im missing aesthetic features, but i agree there is plenty of good options avaiable without any plugins
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I hate this so much.
When I was a developer I was nitpicked to death over everything down to not camel casing my fucking comments.
Now I'm doing farcical code review from an operations position (jesus) and I can't even fail stuff that has no documentation, 90 JS dependancies on the same page, non-existent error handling, and actual logic problems.
I am THIS close to turning on an Outlook rule to just auto approve anything that comes in because what the fuck is the point?
What the hell is no-fail code review? It sounds like it completely defeats the point of review.
I remember being nitpicked to death during my first "real" code reviews done by competent programmers, and remember not seeing the point at first. But in retrospect, it made me a much more organized and overall better programmer.
It sounds like you're a professional scapegoat and need to quit. Basically, you're taking at least partial responsibility every time someone else fucks up. Do you work for IBM by any chance?
Hey /g/ my brithdays comming up and my dad asked me what I kind of gift I want.
I couldn't come up with anything, since I spend most of my time on my PC and thats already kitted out.
And I pretty much own the few games I was interested in tis year.
Do you knnow of some kind of gadget or device in the 40-80$ pricrange that you could recommend for someone pretty much only interested in gaming and progrmming?
A raspberry pi and some simple components might be fun to get into and actually create somdthing. Otherwise, ask for tickets to go see a big game with your dad or something so he doesn't think you're a useless neet failure of a son.
What graphic drivers did y'all install for your thinkpad x220 on arch?
I've installed xf86-video-intel and I still get screen tearnig.
What is the best public DNS service?
If I were to plug this into a wall would it explode or would it charge. If it did then charge would I be able to connect a battery to the wires and get circuit going?
a bluetooth and mp3 player speaker thing, I wanted to make the speaker bigger and get it working without the default battery, but I don't have a cable to charge it. Would connecting the wires to a battery for like an hour charge it?
ITT: We design the perfect botnet PC.
>Intel 32bit Processor
>Windows 10 AU
>Computrace running in bios
what does /g/ think of deep learning?
any project anon is working on?
slowly learning about it by watching a few of the more well-known youtube series on it
no uses for it yet but i assume i'll find something i want to use it for as i learn more about how it works and what it can do
Is Budgie the DE we've all been waiting for?
What does /g/ think about the Marpac Dohm-DS and the Hibermate? I'm thinking about getting both to sleep better at night. I've used ear plugs before, but it's very easy to damage the ears with them with sleeping.
Just wondering, is there any (free) alternative to Skype
STOP no cleaning up !!!
Post screenfetch now.
NO WINDOWS USERS ALLOWED. VMs are okay. Windows Subsystem for Linux is not a VM.
Should you install an AV on Desktop Linux?
Viruses just for Desktop Linux appear to exist: https://vms.drweb.com/virus/?_is=1&i=8856496
Anyone running one?