>streams your music directly to desktop, mobile and Xbox from OneDrive, with no song number limit like Google Play Music (instead by the current storage space of your OneDrive account)
>A E S T H E T I C beaufitul Fluent interface, completely hardware accelerated
>over 38 million tracks unlimited streaming with Music Pass
How is /G/roove Music not /ourplayer/?
He may be going back to mental hospital... He also replaced Shasta with beer...
Please, help me upgrade my computer.
Am I doing right, /g/?
>MB Gigabyte GA-B150M-Gaming 3 DDR4 Micro ATX LGA 1151
>Cooler Processor Master Hyper 212X Fluido Dinâmico
>Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-2133
>Processor Intel Core i7-7700K 4.2GHz Quad-Core
>Cooler Master V1000 1000W 80+ Gold Full-Modular ATX12V / EPS12V
>Intel i7-7700K with a shitty B150M motherboard.
What the fuck are you doing? You can't even overclock on that board. Either shell out for a Z270 board, or get the much more better and cheaper Ryzen 5 1600 + B350 combo.
Be sure to use the money you saved by upgrading the memory to 3200MHz and maybe upgrade GPU/get SSD.
Serious question -
Why is iPhone so unpopular among tech enthusiasts?
I sort of understand why enthusiasts didn't like Apple in 2007. Macs were expensive. Macs didn't play games as well as Windows PCs. Enthusiasts didn't like the trend away from PCs customers can fix themselves.
But I don't know why this translated to the iPhone. Let's count the ways iPhones tend to be pretty good
√ Best Customer Support
√ Best Security
√ Respects your privacy
√ Best Software Support
√ New tech with mainstream adoption happens there first (fingerprint scanners, good cameras, ARKit, etc.)
√Best resale value
√ Best value
√Access to beta software (any iPhone user can run iOS 11 beta today!)
I come to /g/ all the time and there's constantly posts from users trying to fix their boot looped LG phones, or people looking for workarounds to find new software for their relatively new yet unsupported Android phones. There's a daily thread from people risking spending money on Chinese phones that very likely ship with spyware.
Why the hate? Is it really all because you can't rearrange App icons exactly like you want on iPhone?
>ideal screen size
>720p resolution, great balance between readability and battery life
>fingerprint scanner on lock button
>dedicated camera button
Why haven't you bought an Xperia X Compact get /g/?
This is a Tech cringe thread
What are you working on, /g/?
Previous thread: >>61705964
asking this again
>100,000++ line 1.5 year old application
>I became the lead developer halfway through
>written entirely by interns
>costing states 100s of thousands of dollars with bugs
>just given permission to write integration tests now
>just getting a decent QA strategy now
>just given permission to introduce PRs now
>code is riddled with duplication and anti patterns and terrible error handling and terrible UX
has anyone had a project that recovered from worse?
Do you know how valuable you are?
What is the modern equivalent to this book?
Depends on what you're going to do.
The design of (component of?) an application targeting Apache Spark and Cassandra is quite different from a Java 2 EE thing that needs to run on two servers (CI and production) plus developer machines.
I fucked my old blue 3DS, broke the ribbon cable for the top screen. Now only the bottom screen works.
What's the best thing I can do with it?
Do you have physical books about technology? Which ones? Show me your shelves, anons.
I understand wanting a digital version since you can easily copy and paste examples, find what you're looking for with a quick control+F and other such things, but I was wondering if people still bought physical copies.
How is that mini server going?
Perfectly fine, thanks
Previously on: >>61648376 →
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