I legitimately like all the other girls more than Tohru. Not that I dislike Tohru or anything.
That includes the hot mama who only appeared twice.
Elma is cute!
Elma was the hottest one. She just didn't get any screen time. She was just a running gag. If this show gets more seasons, that's the main thing they need to rectify.
>not liking Elma
Found the homo.
She actually becomes a productive person of the society unlike Tohru
literally anyone can become a codemonkey
the skill floor to become a programmer is insanely low since everyone relies on stackoverflow and google
you can actually scrape by and never know how to implement the software libraries you're gluing together
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>not giving your life for a better cause
The show can add in new content for her. The show was popular enough that they could make a whole season of anime only content. This is what good adaptations do.
Of course with KyoAni, it's a toss of the dice if the new content will be well written or not. I also want more of forehead tan beyond just fawning over Kanna.
Which scene in this series made you reach Point of Maximum Boner®? For me it was pic related.
The lesbo gag with Tohru and Kobayashi got old pretty quick. There's no other way but to see their relationship as a mother and her two daughters which is more fitting. Tohru trying to seduce Kobayashi became a stale joke by the first few episodes.
Lovely, thank you. After about seven watches of that I suddenly noticed that Tohru's blush reaches all the way to the top of her ears, and I achieved levels of boner that shouldn't even be possible.
>being a housewife is not a productive person of society
It's a norm. Meanwhile, Faf kun is a hardcore neet that's secretly rich while Lucoa is a literal semen demon babysitter.
mexicansemen demon babysitter
Go to http://programming-motherfucker.com/become.html
Choose Python (good beginner language, simple but useful)
Learn how to use the command line (for Winbabbies), or Unix shell (for Macfags/Linux neckbeards). Optional but recommended.
Obtain an IDE (integrated development environment). This is where you will be creating programs with GUIs (graphical user interfaces). You won't be needing it for the moment, as you'll be learning python in the command line, but it'll be useful later. Pycharm is good for Python, the free version of Visual Studio is good for C++, C#, Visual Basic, and others.
Take notes. Take notes when you learn new commands, take notes when you learn new tricks with those commands. Keep them in a journal or text file. Don't go overboard; just write enough to remind yourself what it does. You'll learn how to put notes inside your code too, without breaking it, so that when you look at it again you can remember what it does.
If you get bored, think of something practical you might want to program. I wrote a small batch file today which copies the text from a specific file to the clipboard, because I was getting sick of opening that file every time I needed the text. It took five minutes, and I'm slow as frozen treacle.
Stack Overflow is your friend: google "How to (do x) in (programming language)" and watch the first fifty results pour in from that website.
Finally, you can come back to it later. I didn't touch a programming language for about a year after I first tried to learn Python, but I did come back and can code decently now. If you're not enjoying it, don't push yourself.
Also, check out https://wiki.installgentoo.com (/g/'s wiki), and Lainchan if you haven't already. Both are good for general computer shit, and Lain has a programming board.
>This is what good adaptations do.
>Good adaptations are filled with anime original content.
By definition thats actually a bad adaption. And the anime original stuff was very hit or miss, with mostly the earlier episode ones like the school shopping trip being good. I'd much rather they stuck to the manga.
Some people learn that way, but personally I found I had enough to be getting on with learning loops and if statements in the beginning. Same reason you start off with print "Hello world", rather than something more complicated. After that other languages become easier too, because you begin to see common elements.
Learning python first results in you getting really adept at the python language and it's idiomatic usage pattern of calling a million modules to do everything for you.
You'll actually spend more time looking for and downloading python modules than the time it would have taken you to write one yourself.
You know what that code did?
It left-padded text, you could write it yourself, but there's this harmful mentality of "never rolling your own libraries" no matter how simple it is, never duplicate work!!!"
I don't see the problem with it. Even if it is simple, downloading it is still faster than writing it. Especially if it is only 11 lines, takes the fraction of a second. Generally its not that bad of an idea to use a popular library with optimized algorithms. This one being a bad example maybe.
The problem is you won't be finding ANY optimized algorithms unless you start using C and it's rich collection of libraries that go back 40 years.
Nobody uses python for performance, it's a dynamically typed scripting language.
Hm, maybe you are right and it's a python thing, I only use C++, C# and Java for work. But I would still expect the most commonly used libraries to be optimized by people who know what they are doing.
Certainly, it's good practice to at least know what a module is doing. I suggested Python because being able to do useful stuff right away is what made learning interesting for me.
C# is also pretty good for beginners.
>But I would still expect the most commonly used libraries to be optimized by people who know what they are doing.
The most commonly used libraries in Python are all written in C.
What's funny is, they make them in C because otherwise it would be just impossibly slow, but because they have to adhere to the million safety nets inside Python, they make like 6 or 7 versions of the same thing.
It is up to the Python programmer (who knows jack shit about C, or how said functions work) to find the correct one to use for a given situation.
It usually ends up with a week of someone taking their time to benchmark the crap out of these with all edge cases and all and then posting a response on StackOverflow, citing his research.
Python has its legitimate use as one of the single most "get shit done fast" languages, but it's also a language that has long since abandoned any thoughts of being used for anything that requires any modicum of performance.
What? Just smells bad I guess, if it is non-shit then it should block your body odor for the entire day though.
Shit deodorant only works for a few hours and then you start smelling like a bison.
This show only gave me heart boners.
>Good adaptations are filled with anime original content.
>By definition thats actually a bad adaption.
No, it isn't. Good anime adaptation add and improve on the source material. But when an anime studio adds new content that doesn't improve the story/characters, then it's a bad adaptation. I also pointed out how KyoAni is very hit or miss when it comes to adding to the source material. But some of the best adaptations out there are stuff like Sailor Moon or Angelic Layer, which added and improved on the source material. If they had just stuck to the source material, they wouldn't have been very good at all (see Sailor Moon Crystal).
sweaty Elma butt is best
But she'd keep bumping the tea over with her klutzy breasts.
Wait...you may be onto something here.
Don't watch this show. Your heart boner will explode.
>Started out having little to no interest in Lucoa
>Now want to have an unending amount of amazing fucking sex with Lucoa everyday
I want to be AZTEC'D.
I want to fuck her in the ass.
I'm only interested in learning to code because people keep saying that it looks good on a resume and that it will help me get a job if I can show employers I have diverse skills. But to be honest, I'm struggling to think of something "fun" I would use coding for. What do programmer anons think? Are the people telling me this wrong?
If I had the time, I'd personally learn C++ just so I could mod the fuck out of Team Fortress 2 and make my own custom weapons for a private server and whatnot. It's only truly fun if you have an end-goal in mind that you can link with a passion.
>if I had the time
Fuck off, I know what I said, and I meant it.
My heart boner withstood the ascension to a higher plane. It is now eternally diamond
despite how forced and rushed this last episode was; it's not like this was the moment at which my heart boner had truly ascended anyway.