So, technology experts. What's a good file hosting service one can trust?
>10 GB free
>respects your privacy
Yandex.Disk seems pretty good.
many people on this board still can't touch type
What's wrong with this C code?
> people actually believed Oxides meme about DX12 async compute giving 30% performance improvement on AMD hardware
>DX12 worked how it was designed to be implemented
>nVidia kicked up shit because their hardware wasn't optimised for the workload
>Threw money at it
Why laugh, when you should cry. We're stuck with shit GPU performance and no advancements for another decade.
> nvidia dx11 faster than amd dx12
> in an amd sponsored game
Why haven't you switched to AMD yet?
Can I have any feedback from you guys on my computer build? I've never built one before, so I want to see what more experienced people thought of my first build here. I am open to changes and ideas. Budget at or below $1300.
Thanks for the feedback, I however, will not be using the PC to game, it's more or less personal use and photoshop. Does that influence that feedback at all? I suppose I should've stated that it would not be used for gaming in the original post haha
Is it acceptable to still use Windows 7 in 2016? I don't want to get laughed at by my peers?
Thoughts on the Motox?
when will this meme die?
when the market decides.
until then, baby is just going to have to accept that some people want to produce and sell stuff he doesn't like, and that others want to buy and use said stuff. wah wah cry moar faggot.
Is it a good investment to study Computer Science now?
Do you guys have stats on the status on the industry? Is it shrinking or growing, and if the latter, is the growth getting faster or slower?
In terms of job demand and salary expectations, for Computer Science in general and mostly programming although I wouldn't mind doing something else.
I was going through StackOverflow stats but they are SJW fucks that mix the first world with shits like India and Iran and do stats on caffeine usage and dont bring up salaries evolution.
I got a job out of college for 100k base salary. I'm flunking a class right now so hopefully I'll be able to actually get to my job.
Don't do CS though, Rajessh will replace you. Do something useful like English.
>not using a square monitor
old thread: >>51784297
What are you working on, /g/?
Ask your beloved programming literate anything.
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livestreamer + mpv will not 'seek'. Doesn't matter if it's an actual livestream from twitch or a cached stream like a twitch vod or a youtube video.
Anyone have a clue on how I can fix this?
What exactly was it about both Windows XP & 7 that made them so much more well liked by users in comparison to Windows 8 & 10?
actual, useful improvements and not a lot of bullshit
going from xp to 7, you got proper 64bit support, better drivers, better start menu (including the search function) etc.
things that actually made the OS more enjoyable
No frills. Just improvements.
People dont like experimental stuff. Especially when it's implementation is half baked like in Windows 8. In Windows 10 Microsoft gives all users constantly experimental software. Add the privacy issues and people truly dispise it.