What does Scala offer if I know Python, Java, Scheme and C?
Professional Scala developer here:
- Python: Much better performance, static typing and biggest number of libraries/frameworks out of any programming languages.
- Java: Improvement in expressiveness, conciseness and better type safety
- Scheme: Similar to Python
- C: Well, no one uses C for any big business program, C is *the* system programming language, but not for anything else.
Scala compiles to Java bytecode, so any OS supported by JVM can run Scala programs. As for the IDE (a must for Scala), pick ScalaIDE (based on eclipse) or Intellij IDEA.
Oh and if you intend to learn scala, better ignore all the functional programming magics (monoid, monad, scalaz etc...) until you are familiar with the basic. Although sounding cool in theory, their application in practice is very limited. And I am saying this as someone who learned Haskell before Scala.
i just wiped my harddrive and installed my boot disc (windows 8) onto it
get an error called 0x800706cc (audio error)
look on all of the forums and everyone tells me i either have to fix avg virus, go into regedit or enter services.msc
i do not own avg
i cannot activate the service using services.msc because i get the above error
my regedit .dll is completely up to date
i need help /g/ becasue nobody else has this problem
Ask questions and share designs about operating system development here.
I will give 1000 dollars who finds two prime numbers which when multiplied by each other give the number on the photo.
What do you think modern WEB would look like if making money by it was utterly impossible?
I think spam wouldn't even exist.
What's the best weather app available for Android? TWC has everything I want but the app is slow and filled with ads. Argus is closest to what I want but you have to manually refresh it and it doesn't seem to have lock screen notifications.
Is £40 a good price?
People throw all kinds of useful shit away. I found a recycled computer, picked out the processor from it and turns out it's a 3770. Got a motherboard for it, put some ram on that bitch and guess what? It fucking works. I put a GPU there and sold it for $700. Guy from another state came in and bought it for his kid.
I put somewhere like $100 in new parts into it, used my old SSD and 390X into it and it's wonderful. Pretty much every game does easily 60fps with all the settings maxed out. I think my net loss in my own parts is like $300 or less. I made $300...
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I didn't test it, just took out easily removable parts. It had two 4GB ram units of which one worked and is still in use now. Mobo was some bullshit foxconn board with proprietary connectors, so that I didn't bother taking out. HDD was a WD blue, old one, so that too was left in there.
Nothing else really.
multi-gpu setup is beautiful, but it fucking sucks.
1080ti release when?
i'm sick and tired of my 980ti's.
new games never fully support SLI (nor will some game ever) and the devs and nvidia doesn't give a shit about us since we are a minority among the customers.
but when SLI is working as intended they are fucking great, like outperfoming the 1080.
I don't know if it was just my gpu, but I had the MSI version and the temps were mediocre at best.
My guess is that the copper retains the heat more, thus requiring more airflow to compensate.
>will end up tarnishing and looking like shit unless it's a nice glass one
>Is generally very gaudy and ricey
What's the point of windowed side panels? do these dudes drive their cars with a clear hood?
I enjoy being able to see my nice cable management, and you can fairly cheaply replace it if it's gets scratched and damaged, not to mention it being pretty cheap to etch custom designs into.
Glass is nice, but MUCH more expensive.
>What's the point of windowed side panels?
They look cool to people under the age of 20 and life-long manchildren
What do programming languages do to make people hate them?
C++ uses pointers to make all newfags choose to learn Haskell
what is Gentoo of programming languages?
is 4k on a 15inch laptop a meme?
Yes, according to /g/ technology expert computer science PhDs.
Tech ProTip: Keep your computer at least 2 ft from the floor. (Just put it on a stool or something.)Most of the dust in your house accumulates on the floor.
Since doing this I haven't had to dust it in over a year.
Need a new phone.
Need front face speaks and a decent inbuilt DAC and AMP so I can listen my waifu music on the go.
Doesn't matter if the specs are not top notch,
Quad core + at decnet clocks.
got about $350 if buying outright, or more if the phone can be gotten on contract.
Just been looking for same answer. I have a 6P but it's too big. I've been looking at some Xiaomi phones as spec is fine and they are smaller and cheaper. Not sure about DAC and amp, not sure what to look for. What cans are you planning on driving?
Hey, B, which language do you love the most?
iPhone SE is the fucking perfect phone. No more laggy Android chinkshit for me, I'm staying here for at least 4 years.
Someday I saw a post here in 4chan with the large image different than its thumbnail. I found it interesting and I googled how to do it. Only thing I found was a png tutorial with a weak effect that sucks. The image in that post was .jpg btw, with perfect quality.
Do you guys have any idead how is it made? Was that just a bug or is it possible to do intentionaly?
Why are so many people opposed to it and want to keep it a sekrit klub?
>watch pilot episode of new TV drama called Mr. Robot.
>characters have discussion about GNOME vs KDE
>interesting technology or computer science issues/news
>where do you get your tech and computer science news (seriously, where can I find a website that isn't riddled with mountains of shit to dig through to get the news)
People keep making threads about stupid new advances in technology, which only get 10-20 replies. Let's try to condense that to here, because I'm a faggot that doesn't want to keep opening new tabs to read articles.
>no 5G anywhere
>travelling to europe gives me suddenly unlimited highspeed LTE, good connection basically anywhere I go, some places even have 5G
Why is amurican LTE so shit?
Let's play a game.
>OP roll the programming list and /g/ try to achieve it.
>For each project we will have to find a name and create a logo.
>If someone achieve it, he will name and choose the logo
>He will roll a new programming challenge for others.
You can the programming language and libraries you want to achieve the project.
Maybe /g/ will finally achieve a project from this list.
Used to be able to get 4.7ghz on 1.3v(1.312 irl), now it's fucking up even at 4.5ghz.
Stress tests are fine, nothing crashes. Now things will freeze randomly, not even under stress. Watching youtube, all that shit.
Any help on what to do?
I also have the intel tuning plan, should I just kill thing and get a chip? Anyone done this before? and how are the replacement chip?
Can we all agree that Linux desktop is dead?
>laggy, lackluster DE's and file browsers
>few and quite frankly substandard programs compared to proprietary ones (like Openoffice vs ms Office)
>screen tearing is quite often still a problem
>like every week a critical security flaw is discovered in the kernel
Linux on the desktop is OK, seept for gayms. Once Windows 7 is dead then Linux is the top option. So yea it's dead for now but will thrive once steam sorts it's shit out and Windows 7 becomes end of life.
What is the best extant engine and why is it the VR38DETT?
All the Ruby hipsters are jumping ship to Elixir.
Is it any good?
They're coasting on the Erlang communities last few decades of real engineering work. So it's pretty good.
Elixir has almost everything I'd ever want in a language. It's got a way to work with every sort of collection type. Its got everything immutable by default. Its got macros that are almost as good as lisps. Its got a nice clean syntax and a bunch of shit to make cumbersome shit in erlang nice. Its got a great web framework and package manager. The communities focused on developer tooling.
I have a rmbp late 2015 that runs el cap
I kind of miss Linux, do people still install it on macbooks? I did a quick search and everyone seems to say these don't have good support and it not worth it
Anyone here run Linux on an rmbp?
It's really easy, no idea what those retards are talking about. Just plug in the usb livedvd that you burned with Universal USB installer and hold "option" during reboot. Or is it "alt"? One of those two keys.
t. Man who ran Debian Linux on his 13" rMBP 2013
Well now you have to patch the firmware a bit or something because they disable booting off liveusbs by default by I was mostly wondering about drivers and post install support, high DPI scaling and apparently lots of shit changed since 2013 models
When does it make sense to use Redis instead of SQL/Postgres?
I'm writing my own INI file parser for muh extra features and the lulz.
Which string literal types are good to support and which escape sequences should the have, gee?