Why don't you have a solar panel pack to charge your devices? They have panels now that fold up and easily fit in your messenger bag.
This thread is about the appreciation of horology, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.
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What did black people do to anger one man so much?
What's the most entertaining CPU architecture to code in assembly for?
What is wrong with the iPhone?
Neither. I use the superior, cross-platform, well-rendered, fast Atom editor. This isn't 1985. Get with the times.
>emacs is a great operating system, lacking only a decent text editor
not anymore, plebs
>reading a tutorial
>they quote a piece of technical documentation that isn't that difficult to understand
>"Now, don't get scared, brainlet! I'm going to break this down for you bit-by-bit in simple terms."
it's a meme, right? seems like a disaster waiting for happen
Why don't you just replace the Li-ion cells in your devices instead of getting an overpriced new battery?
*blocks your path
>64gb+4gb of ram+MicroSD card
>3230mAh + quick charger
>4K display + Bluetooth 5.0 + Snapdragon 835+USB C...
Is this /ourphone/ /g/?
What's the most ridiculous hacks you've seen in production?
Bonus for real snippets and examples.
Actually, this one guy caught an exception and made an elaborate path which essentially deleted the troublesome file when windows restarted.
I came in and fixed the actual issue which was that the filestream wasn't closed. One line of code vs hundreds.
What are you working on, /g/?
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I would like to build a PC. it will be my first since around 2000, and I know I will be in over my head as I have not stayed current on tech. 17 years of Mac will do that. I used to work on SGI machines, and I always loved the cases. I don't like the PC cases I see in stores, nor do I like most of the visually loud cases I've seen associated with gaming PCs. I think I would really like a horizontal case that I can position a screen on top of. Are cases like these made? Is there a technical reason why I should pursue towers only?
I- I used to be in middle school in the early, early days
I have seen the legacy networks, I have seen the old data centers at school
They took us in the computer rooms in the 90s-early 2000s
Who would've known at this point I'm an engineer and have been one for some time
>looking at that old pos
>shows me what I remember about childhood
old pic edition