Asking for some song. Song is about lazynes, and its not by Bruno Mars.
Its by some random band i think..
The only thing i know is video..And there is a one fat dude, having homemade robots all over his house.
What anime is this from?
/r/ing a torrent of all OPM manga
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>This board is for:
>Asking for tech support or help with your homework.
Thank you based gods, now the /v/edditors can finally fuck off from /g/
Can you recommend early 2000s anime with alot of charm like rozen maiden?
requesting kc tier memes
Requesting someone photo shop this picture to be relevant
I think he's asking for something a more memeish
Can you post some links to some SFW Soul Eater Fan Comics about the couple Soul/Maka?
Nothing ecchi or hentai, please.
Can someone tell me where can I get the Live2D module for Facerig for free? A torrent or anything. I already have facerig, I just need the Live2D module DLC.
Post your christmas themed anime cuties
Hey Op if you want a lot more go to Desustorage and search for threads on /a/ started by "Yui Claus" or his trip is !xmas.SFFqg
I'll post a few more anyway though, hope you have nice Christmas
Anyone have any good *free* resources for Swift programming language exercises (for app development)? I'm currently just coming up with my own problems and solving them which is fine but I'd like to have some more exercises readily available to improve my skills.
The hardest part about learning programming is retaining it and putting it to good use. What's the use of learning how to make a "Hello World" app? Why make a list of "Scary Bugs" with which you can rate their 'scariness'?
The point is that these are critical building blocks to your knowledge. Next time you fire up Xcode to make your next app, you'll remember your previous apps (and probably open them) and use those experiences on which to build your app that much faster. You can't go from having no knowledge of Xcode, iOS and Swift to building Clash of Clans in one sitting. It takes a lot of building to get there.
So, to your question, you should make a bunch of small apps.
Build that "Hello World!" app
Now build it without looking up any help (just to see how much you remember)
Now build an app that shows a table with a list of numbers from 1-100
Now re make that number table app so that you can click any number and it shows you the number in its own window
Now re-make the number table app so that you can click a number, but then you can change that number and it's saved back to the main list
Now make a table list app that can have numbers added to it dynamically (not pre-loaded)
Now make a table list app that pulls data from a JSON feed, such as Reddit's feed
and so on...
That's how I'd approach it anyway.
Why is this board already /s4s/?
I just got netflix, what are some good series to watch?
I dont watch TV since 2013.