Can someone tell me what CMS they use to make websites and what the pros and cons are?
EVERYONE USES WORDPRESS but how garbage is it? and is there a chance to redeem it? How complex is drupal? does it require a lot of knowledge about programming to make it work?
how flexible is joomla? can i make business sites with it? or does it simply only pertain to commerce and social sites?
They're pretty much all the same thing. If you don't know how to use HTML/CSS/JS/PHP/SQL then use Wordpress since there's plugins for literally everything. If you're somewhat familiar with those things (or want to learn and practice at the same time), then try Drupal.
Joomla I haven't tried just because the name and logo rubs me the wrong way.
It depends on what your client wants on the website. For most people, you can just throw up a slider and call it a day and you can do that with any CMS. Outside of the PHP-based CMSes there's Node and Django-based ones that are worth checking out, if only for their meme magic.
It only seems hard until you've done it. Good luck, anon!
Have you ever used Reddit to hack the World?
Hacking in XXI century everybody!
How can I start?
>Free tutorial course provided by Dr. Andrew Ng, Co-founder of Coursera.
>If you end this course, You can now code OCR by yourself.
>Free lecture provided by University of Stanford.
>David Silver, lead programmer at DeepMind give us a lecture.
>A list of basic mathematics required for ML
How can I elaborate?
>Wrote by Ian Goodfellow, Read it if you have already have a solid undergraduate level CS and math background.
>Yes, It's Reddit. But It has many helpful articles though.
Do you have more? Share it!
I think this post is more appropriate on /sci/ than /g/
Hinton course, nice one to complete after Andrew Ng's course -
Deep Learning Book - Consolidated material -http://www.deeplearningbook.org/
Are there any GOOD TVs that have no 'smart' software embedded into them? Essentially I just want a monitor on a stand that does nothing but display whatever input is plugged into it.
Does such a thing exist? Or should I just use a computer monitor hooked up to a Chromecast instead?
Sony makes a "pro bravia" lineup which are just stripped down (software wise) version of their regular tvs with a 3 year warranty meant for commercial installations, you still get motionflow and stuff like that for picture controls
not sure if they have lower input lag like the old panasonic and pioneer plasma monitors however
RISC-V CPUs when?
Mobile? Desktop? SingleBoardComputers? anything?
Do you still surf the web?
I just realized I don't. I've got a few websites I visit more or less frequently and that's it. I used to make fun of normies that only new their own little bubble world. It's not like I changed, the web did. It's shit and I don't care anymore.
It's a shame that they are hidden and silent :(
Hey /g/. Is this a decent computer for games?
System: AMD fx-8320 3.5GHz octa-core | AMD 760 chipset | 16GB DDR3 | 2TB HDD | genuine Windows 10 home 64-bit
Graphics: AMD Radeon rx 480 4GB video card | VR ready | 1x HDMI | 1x DVI | 1x Display
this seems good to me idk
How the situation will evolve in the next 2-3 years? Should I start studying it?
we need <distro>-chans.
post some, i'll be collecting. once i have like 5, i'll post something very worthwhile.
Yes, I work with PLC's for a job... but there is nothing more comfy than a graphical programming language when you are dealing with real world I/O.
Have you ever had a play? You can now get Codesys for the Rpi and the BBB which is a very low barrier to entry.
Ever played or experimented?
I tried. TRIED. To understand shitty LabView spaghetti code for a week.
LabView is in 99% of the cases it's used the wrong tool. And in the 1% it is the right tool, you could still use anything else.
String concatenation to build SQL queries? check
Stringly typed data arrays? check
Massive manipulation of said string arrays? check
100+ modules with badly defined and separated interfaces thanks to strignly typing... check.
we are watching
i didn't find anything could somebody pls decypher this 4 me. i've tried everything