>profile pic is 10 year old Asian kid I think
>username is NextGenHacker101
>video has 1.4 million views
>kid has nearly 3k subscribers
I'm scared now. I made fun of him. What if he looks at my IP address?! WHAT IF?!?!
>grown ass man
>have a 21 MBPS internet connection speed
>be this faggot
>using Windows XP
>be have a 54MBPS internet speed
o i am laffin
not everyone's on here all day every day like your useless ass
someone named this joint de_dust.jpg once and i chuckled. unfortunely i do not have that capability on this otherwise perfect ipad 2 machine.
o man i remember that n*gga. sh*t, u got me on that one but ya lmao wat a goddamn phony.
> Almost everyone in the FSF leadership is a Jew. Their goal has always been to artificially force software prices down so that more computer programmers will lose their job. They are scared of the technological advances in Europe and are desperate to slow it down by sabotaging it.
lol fucking /pol/
>not a semi colon, the little dot dot
>10 people are currently using google
My. Fucking. Sides.
I can't watch any Youtube video that sounds like it was made by some little ten year old shit. I just fucking can't. I can watch gore or any of the cringeworthy shit usually posted, but not this.
It's even worse if the kid cusses all the time.
That is hilarious and actually a decent way of demonstrating how LCD panels work, but there's no way you'd be able to see the image very well since it's missing multiple elements
I've known a CS student to pull shit like that.
He ended up buying me a bunch of beer (like a six-pack every day) to warm me up to the idea of copying him my source code. Told him that he'd need at least a keg to get me to consider it. He said it was far too much and got pissed because of the money he wasted on my beer.
Dumbass didn't realize that I was offering to do it for about $75 when he spent twice that buying less beer in six-packs.
You're joking about the connection speed thing right?
The 54 MB/s is the connection from his wireless client to his router, not his connection speed from his modem to the internet...
>tfw you will never drink brightly coloured slop from a plastic bag with a mexican hamplanet while wearing insanely pointy shoes
i cant see wat this pic is from da preview but it looqs like it belonqs here, so enjoy
cant see this 1 either rly hopefully it is on topiq...
sh*t my bad i thought this was some sort of parody from the preview pic, whoever's that is is mad gay idk why i saved it. postan 1 of my favs
mmm.. not sure what's really going on in this image, sry bout that. this one's prolly gay too.
Kids are so fucking retarded now days. They have an ultimate resource for information and they refuse to use it. Half a minute with a Google query and 3 minutes of reading a wikipedia article on tracert to actually learn what it's doing.
lmao i got this sh*t saved but my otherwise-infallible ipad 2 doesnt play gifs once they're saved and converts them into jpgs when i upload them...
mmm i remember this.. crucial piece missing tho, when he typed, say 80 seconds, it would turn into 1:20 . some strange circuitry going on or something, idk. that's what really got me about that thread, heh.
Can't find it without the added text but here you go.
oh thissss guyyyy.. i was thinkin of a different n*gga, although i am not the person that requested the pic. he had some fake-ass company that could transfer the entire internet at the speed of light or some outrageous shit... who was that guy??
Did he not have any other abilities you could use? Even help move heavy shit? The way it's supposed to work is he gives you only a small non-monetary gift, and then still owes you a favor. I'd have done it for a bottle of this.
i think i remember this thread
holy shit lmao
The fact that I know what he's singing makes it all the funnier
This one is from /a/, but it's still somewhat /g/.
> be me
> be white guy who put himself thru college because grew up REALLY poor
> be involved with the IT industry since the 80's
> done work with and for some of the biggest companies around over the past 25+ years
> mfw I can count on ONE hand how many COMPETENT women I've met in this business over that time
> mfw 98% of the women who claim to be involved in Tech are pretty much this chick in the vid
Jesus Christ, this cunt is completely representative of why men don't WANT women involved in tech....because all these stupid gashes do is make more work and headaches for the REAL techs.
The only thing they ARE good for in this industry is making people like me lots of money because I get paid to fix their fuckups.
Alan Turing didn't invent the computer, fag enablers just give him the credit. He was simply the face of a team of people who compiled a plethora of previous research and hardware.
Fuck Alan Turing, that bitch made nigga didn't win shit
no, u dont understand
muh gender gap
best one is the oculus shit if you haven't seen it, carmack was good but the other dev/project manager essentially said
>we sent out tons of invitations to everyone and 99% of the applicants were men so you had your chance and get over it
>no numbers anymore, just GEEK HACK
>DDR arrow keys
>No fewer than 3 yin yangs
>W where Q is
God, chatting with this guy must be insufferable.
>ay yo, how many gigahertz yo cpu got?
>, GEEK HACK.GEEK HACKGEEK HACK. ayy lmao.
Dear gentoomen, I request the image of a mac diagnostics screen with an image of jobs smiling with the text "Problem Diagnoses:
You bought a fucking Mac"
I've been looking for fucking hours but can't find it.
the facebook post has replies in another picture I saw of it, some guy tells him how the Earth varies greatly in how close or far away it is from the sun and the OP gets upset at him
Stormfront are basically full of kike lovers. They even use PHP.
Watch out for nekunekus, the public enemy of filesharing #1.
can someone do that CS graduate thing with this?
http://www.exploringbinary.com/ten-ways-to-check-if-an-integer-is-a-power-of-two-in-c/int isPowerOfTwo (unsigned int x)
x == 1 || x == 2 || x == 4 || x == 8 || x == 16 || x == 32 ||
x == 64 || x == 128 || x == 256 || x == 512 || x == 1024 ||
x == 2048 || x == 4096 || x == 8192 || x == 16384 ||
x == 32768 || x == 65536 || x == 131072 || x == 262144 ||
x == 524288 || x == 1048576 || x == 2097152 ||
x == 4194304 || x == 8388608 || x == 16777216 ||
x == 33554432 || x == 67108864 || x == 134217728 ||
x == 268435456 || x == 536870912 || x == 1073741824 ||
x == 2147483648);
I'm pretty sure they're going with the "The whole world is an x86 computer." and figuring that it's good enough for most purposes.
C programmers probably consider that good even, like >>44950828. Fuck elegance, apparently.
this is comparably fast
the binary search would be faster, but this is rather fast
for 32 values (going with C-unsigned int here) this wouldn't really be a problem to do
and you are what's wrong in computing
>computers are getting faster
>so let's fuck efficient programming
>elegance is where it is at
yeah, sounds like liberal arts major to me
>this is comparably fast
>the binary search would be faster, but this is rather fast
>for 32 values (going with C-unsigned int here) this wouldn't really be a problem to do
It doesn't work everywhere, not that you seem to care. I also imagine that whoever uses it wouldn't care either and probably wouldn't notice when it messes up or is passed a larger number than it is meant to handle, not that the C code would complain.
>and you are what's wrong in computing
>>computers are getting faster
>>so let's fuck efficient programming
>>elegance is where it is at
>yeah, sounds like liberal arts major to me
I'm a Lisp programmer. I probably don't need to say more about why I would dislike this.
> or is passed a larger number than it is meant to handle
as I said, C-int, that's 32 values, possible, that's quite doable, and the compiler will warn/truncate the value should you pass something to big
>I'm a Lisp programmer. I probably don't need to say more about why I would dislike this.
Yeah that's a problem with the functional programming style
it's focus is fucked up
and imho they aren't even better readable
they may look more elegent or nicelly made, once you worked your way through them, but eh
since when is there a max IQ restriction for /g/?
I should leave
>as I said, C-int, that's 32 values, possible, that's quite doable, and the compiler will warn/truncate the value should you pass something to big
I try not to learn much about C, but an int can change size based on the architecture. It's not as portable as you think.
>>I'm a Lisp programmer. I probably don't need to say more about why I would dislike this.
>Yeah that's a problem with the functional programming style
You think Lisp is functional? Heh.
>it's focus is fucked up
>and imho they aren't even better readable
The C isn't a mess?
>they may look more elegent or nicelly made, once you worked your way through them, but eh
They also work everywhere you put them, which is important.
int wont bi bigger than 32bit, but possibly it could
but that's not really a problem, since you only use a limited type, when you don't expect the values to exceed its limits
I haven't looked into lisp, but from all I have heard it is
well it was explained to me, that the focus for functional programming languages is readability and actual correctness by beeing close to the math representation
>The C isn't a mess?
C can be a mess, but for people actually working with and understanding computers it's pretty intuitive, since it works mostly like the CPU
>They also work everywhere you put them, which is important.
everywhere they are supported you mean
that would be java, but java is slow as shit aswell
>int wont bi bigger than 32bit, but possibly it could
>I haven't looked into lisp, but from all I have heard it is
>well it was explained to me, that the focus for functional programming languages is readability and actual correctness by beeing close to the math representation
How is that a bad focus? How is correctness a bad focus?
>C can be a mess, but for people actually working with and understanding computers it's pretty intuitive, since it works mostly like the CPU
I'll use assembly for that purpose. C isn't quite how the computer actually works at all.
>everywhere they are supported you mean
>that would be java, but java is slow as shit aswell
I'm confused by this.
no it wont be, since there is no reason for it
but according to standard it is still possible
yeah just looked it up, I haven't done anything with lisp, only seen /g/tards arguing that it's better, mostly in the functional cirklejerk
>How is that a bad focus? How is correctness a bad focus?
it's bad since it's slow
this increases hardware demands a fuckton
it isn't inherently bad to be correct
that's the ultimate value for algorithms
but if they are just plain stupid slow, compared to what's doable, that's stupid
it's to extrem, think RMS-extrem
>I'll use assembly for that purpose. C isn't quite how the computer actually works at all.
whut? because I have helpers for loops and function calls?
>it's bad since it's slow
>this increases hardware demands a fuckton
I would rather be right than fast. There's no point in arriving to an incorrect answer more quickly than the correct answer.
>it isn't inherently bad to be correct
It isn't bad at all.
>that's the ultimate value for algorithms
It should be.
>but if they are just plain stupid slow, compared to what's doable, that's stupid
>it's to extrem, think RMS-extrem
The problem is that nothing ever needs to need this speed that comes from all of these halfbaked functions and techniques.
When you pile all of this together, you end up a house of cards that falls down.
>whut? because I have helpers for loops and function calls?
Things like that, yes. The computer doesn't actually work with those. C isn't how the computer actually works, assembly is.
>he had some fake-ass company that could transfer the entire internet at the speed of light or some outrageous shit... who was that guy??
I'm also interested in this, but I can't remember the name of the company. I think there was even a fake tech conference created around it too.
Have you ever worked a highly skilled technical job before? I can attest to anon's claims. Every woman I've met in my tech career is either an AA woman, or is married to someone in management.