How do you go from this..
So how do you get into torrenting nowadays? I remember just being able to search obscure as fuck music on google and finding a shitload of well seeded downloads, what happened? and what can I do?
>TFW have been a NEET for three years and done nothing with it
>TFW I could have actually learned programming and about technology and made money or gotten a meaningful job by now since I could have spent 16 * 365 * 3 hours learning
Seriously, when is every job posting going to stop demanding MVC as the end-all-be-all approach to software? Every program I've seen using it is cookie-cutter garbage and the duhvelopers can't do anything that isn't already done for them. All it does is bring everybody down to the subterranean level of a street-shitting Pajeet and then we wonder why nothing fucking works.
What problem do you think it solves?
All I've seen to it do is bloat the codebase with 10 files per page and then paired with Entity to produce objects that can't have any logic in them. None of the code is ever reused and it's dog slow because there's 10 layers to bloat to get through to actually do something. In web applications you can't even change the color of some text without a postback and recalculation of everything on the page.
What was wrong with WinForms and ASP? Why aren't I allowed to produce simpler, more secure, more customized code anymore?
Honestly, I've only ever used it for my own GUI apps. Just makes sense to keep state separate from what you're actually displaying, and having the logic in one place that mediates between model/view. Sounds like you're pissed off at the enterprise result of MVC.
not ashamed to say I've blocked lebdit with this
It's a program called cold turkey that blocks you from being able to visit websites and launch programs you specify for a certain period of time in order to get things done
I just set it to block reddit for 3 months
what are the strengths of this system and is it worth installing?
there are zero advantages of squandering the power of modern hardware on a uni-tasking real mode operating system
on hardware more suited to it however there's so little to break on it that it's pretty rock solid and there's shit tons of abandonware out there to run on it for all kinds of tasks
and that's pretty much all it's useful for because it can't do much else
Hey /g/, I just got pic related from an old computer from a friend and I was wondering if I needed an external antenna to let it work or if it already has a built in antenna.
Thank you for your answers
What are you working on, /g/?
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>tfw no gf
What's the thinkpad of smartphones?
Terry tells his life story.
He's had a hard life. This video is the most in depth ive seen him go about his life so far. It's basically a story about how his mental health has fucked up his career and adult life. He actually had an apartment at one time and was more or less independent but his mental state got the best of him.
Is open--source software really developed more quickly than closed-source?
I found the following article, but I have not been able to find anything else to prove or disprove these claims:
Yes, assuming you mean if the same project would be either open source or closed source.
If no one contributes to your source code, it's the same time as it being closed source. If even someone contributes 1 line, it will have been quicker being open source than closed source.
Sometimes. Depends strongly on what it is. If its something that a lot of developers are interested in (or that a lot of developers just think would be really useful for something they want to do) then you can rustle up a huge community really quickly.
This is the kind of people who answer your programming questions: https://interpersonal.stackexchange.com/
i wonder what's wrong with "no, thanks"