Going to get bachelor's degree in computer science this june.
I have to choose the direction I'm gonna go.
I already found company that gives practice they work in .NET framework
also another company for practice in web programming (PHP).
There is also one in Qt framework (C++)..
So many options I don't know what to do, I only know I don't wanna do mobile apps.
I live in eastern europe so they are not well paid
I hate .NET. I really hate it. And I'm going to tell you, go for that job. The php job will make you into a code monkey at best, and glorified tester at worst. The Qt job sounds awesome, but you'll probably be stuck writing crud DB interfaces day on and day out, and never do anything but basic UI work. C# job won't be much better, but there's a chance it will be.
Yeah pretty much this.
real life meme-sphere NWO mind connection -edition
What is the clock speed of a human?
gamers only care about games.
look at windows 10 adoption so far. windows 7 has plummeted in market share. windows 10 has really taken off with the gamer population.
doesn't matter how shittastic windows 10 is, microsoft made the right move making it free for a year as long as you have a valid 7 / 8 license / installation.
gamers will gladly give up privacy to play games.
Y'know you can block the botnet shit in wangblows, right?
>I-i-i don't have the mental capacity to remove it therefore it's impossible.
Back to /v/, you tech troglodyte
>aspie kids will tell you to install Kodi and a lot of bloated shit
>you can watch live TV with VLC alone
I'm currently using an i7-4770k and need to get a CPU with more oomph, is upgrading to an i7-6700k worth it or should I wait for the next generation of Intel processors?
I've been using this only for about a week. How many ads (and other stuff) have you blocked, /g/?
Am i the only one that misses Aero?
Alright you fuckers. Finally had it with FIrefox even though I've been using it since 2005 this piece of shit is now a meme browser. What are my REAL alternatives. I don't want meme shit like Pale Moon. Please note that Chrome/Chromium/IE are out from the start.
What cool and practical things can I do or make with all these super strong fucking magnets?
i'm trying to supplement my college cs curriculum with outside projects and self-learning, but I'm not sure what exactly I should do at this point.
I'm still a beginner, i've only taken two intro classes (on python and c++). next quarter I'm taking 13 units of CS classes but I really want to be productive over winter break and most of those units are in basic theoretical topics that aren't too relevant to industry/practice.
i'm trying to land some kind of a CS internship for the summer, so it'd be really great if i can manage...
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www.udacity.com have courses thatt teaches by building projects. you can always tweak it a bit. and their courses are excellent.
There is a git course there, learn git if you don't know it already. It makes it easier to have your code in some repository.
thanks, I'm doing that now! and I've heard of git before, but i thought it might be a bit beyond me given that i literally have no code i would want to commit to a repository (if thats even the right terminology)
what good is Tor if you can't use it to unbann yourself from sites anymore?
It's good if you want to be a whistleblower
how legit is he? I know he is if not the greatest hacker alive, by the shit he's done, but how hard was that? are there better.
>please don't hack my webcam geohot, I ain't questioning your skills
Are these any good?
I'm looking for a cheap comfy pair that isolates well and sounds decent.
Should I go for it?