Is functional programming the next big thing?
Between Haskell, OCaml and a Lisp, which one is worth learning?
logic programming is
check the tiobe index
fp is neat and definitely something of value, but the more you look into it the more you find out that a majority of the benefits show up at a point that's basically just imperative programming with functional abstractions.
>All of them
I mean relatively to their real-world applications.
I know OCaml is used in finance. Not sure about Lisp or Haskell.
I'm interested in Lisp though because I've heard of its syntactic "minimalism" and it seems very interesting.
I made 4chan teletext.
Why do shit-cunt languages like Rust and Go get all the attention when D is actually decent?
Rate my setup /g/
>bought 2006 mac pro on ebay for $180
>2 dual core cpus, 8gb ram, 1tb HDD, and very outdated gpu (radeon X1900 XT)
>updated to lion
>downloaded/installed inkscape, gimp, logic pro 9, blender
can run everything listed pretty well. can't run any current games and can't edit hd video. runs ubuntu in virtualbox fine, have yet to try bootcamp.
how retarded am i?
Well I mean it's fucking $180, you ain't breaking bank. You could maybe get a decent build for like 500 buckaroos and try to somehow use that sexy ass case
And let's be honest a 1tb HDD is good to have always
Fujitsu new processor is going to reck some assholes in 2018.
>They are targeting 10x the performance of "the competetion", and since its release is schedueled for FY2018, that means the latest Nvidia and Intel deep learning chips.
>I am reasonably confident that competitors are likely to come up with better hardware than Nvidia and AMD. >However, the new competitors may have a difficult time catching Nvidia in software and development tools.
Seems like fujitsu isn't even worried about amd.
I just got a message from a porn bot. On a PS3. Why do people write this for such an old system? Inst that a hell lot of work?
Are you sure it's actually a bot?
Manual labor in China and India is cheap. Just saying.
A few years ago I was tasked with coming up with a better captcha system for a medium-sized website which had problems with spam. They had tried switching systems several times but each time the "bots" kept on posting spam. I turns out that the reason it was defeated so consistently and quickly was that it was actually humans doing it.
I was wondering how many thread doesn't belong in this board and started to filter them. I reached 79 threads.
How do we fix /g/ ?
So far people asked :
>ban all general
>automatically delete any shill / buying advice / technical support threads
>split board in two
>add OS flags
there is literally only one way to save g
bring back desktop threads
Is there a global shortage on these things?
I need to find somewhere I can buy these but everywhere seems to be priced too high or out of stock... Anyone know where I can get these bulk?
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post vue.js qustions here... and I, + millions of vue.js fans will answer them here.
No pajeets aloud!
>yet another js "framework" (library)
Pick one fagit
I'm in the market for a new TV and money isn't a concern but I don't know which technology to put my money on: LED, OLED, or full array
Which of these do you guys think is the most future proof and which model would you consider the best example of these technologies?
Full array is the best of both worlds, you get the deep blacks of oleds and the peak brightness of leds.
Sony have the best ones on the market but the only downside is that their android interface is garbage.
I got the X900e (pic related) for under 1,500 bucks and it's fucking amazing
Is it a good idea to write/test code on android phones?
Ram used to be dirty cheap. 16GB used to cost around 60 USD. Now it cost around 100+ USD. I was looking to upgrade to Ryzen but these Ram prices are keeping me from upgrading.
Shopping for a new monitor or TV. Can't tell if these reviews from users are full of shit and desperately trying to justify their purchase or if they actually like most of these gimmicks. Like why would you pay more for a curved screen?
Why is it so hard to pick a monitor/tv? It feels like most of this shit is overpriced. Am I being too cheap? Send help.
>Like why would you pay more for a curved screen?
No its useless.
>Why is it so hard to pick a monitor/tv?
Because lack of information.
What you need to know.
>usage for the monitor
this will affect
If I had the money I would get at least 32 inch ultra wide(21:9 aspect ratio) in 4K resolution with A-IPS or VA panel since I dont vidya but I need good colors.
And not overpriced samsung of.
I'm looking at IPS panels. I dont see the appeal in ultra sides but maybe I need to go and look at them in person. I'm having trouble deciding if I want to stay at basic bitch 1080 or go up to 1440. I again can't see paying so much more for 4k but I havent see 4k in person so I dont know.
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I just ordered some new programming socks off amazon!
first for bits are just an abstraction on top of bytes and registers
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