alright duderoos, i've decided to teach myself programming or something like that. I did some opencourseware stuff with python 2.6 and leaned a lot of basic concepts and stuff, then went and studied how memories work, how a computer is broken down, ect. and then i stopped because i moved and was working three jobs to buy big stuff.
So anyways, now that i have electricity back and internet and am somewhat financially stable working 1 job, i've decided to pick it back up. Problem is, alot of the stuff and programs i was making (as stupidly simple as they were) are kinda foreign to me, and since i downloaded python 3.6, i seem to have to relearn alot of stuff.
I found this book, and want to know if im good starting here? If not, would you pretty please recomend me something else - i wouldn't mind reading some "preliminary books" if necessary, im just tired of watching videos.
Actually, lots of things you learned are probably still valid for python 3.
Syntax differ a bit, but you'll be ok if u managed to teach yourself python once !
Gg on that job and good luck for ur project.
Regarding the book, i got no fkin clue, sry
What desktop enviroment should i use for Arch?
I was in the car talking about getting food here and then I got this notification. What the fuck
How do i ditch the windows botnet?
I want to change to a more secure OS but i'm not sure which one to choose
I've heard that Qubes, Tails and Debian are pretty secure although i don't know the process of switching OS's since i've only ever used windows
Choose the only distro where thumbnail preview in Firefox's file picker works from the start
What's your default web browser? Mine is pic related.
Same, two sockets and send http request and parse the html stream for relevant info
>denied access to folders
>run cmd as TrustedInstaller
Happened to me while I was trying to troubleshoot why can I only delete compiled files after certain amount of time has passed. The culprit was disabled Application Experience.
What do you consider the best mobile browser and why?
What hacking tools do you carry with you every day?
How often do you hack other people?
What's you're hacker handle?
What's you're favorite IRC channel?
Do you wear a hoodie or a slick shirt while hacking?
Also hacker general
>What hacking tools do you carry with you every day?
>How often do you hack other people?
1-3 times a week
>What's you're hacker handle?
>What's you're favorite IRC channel?
>Do you wear a hoodie or a slick shirt while hacking?
I wear an addidas track suit
>he turns his computer off
>he leaves his computer on
I LIVE IN AN OLD ASS BUILDING WITH NO A/C FUCK YOU
What is Amada drawing?
This laptop usually is a lot more expensive than that, but these guys have positive reviews, so I'm asking, is this legit ?
If not, could you recommend a good laptop for like 500-600 dollars, something i could use for heavy photoshop usage and school
Do kids these days still use laptops in school or do they take all their notes on smartphones?
I wish they would take notes on virtual keyboards. i fucking hate the constant tapping of keys.
and I know most of them are just posting on facebook... not even taking notes.
Found this lying around. No clue what is it so was wondering if anyone could help me out identifying it. Much appreciated,
What are you working on, /g/?
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