What's the limit, legally speaking, when it comes to writing a clone or heavily inspired implementation of an existing piece of software? Assuming there is absolutely no access to the proprietary code, don't use it's formats, and no IP infringement, I should be good right?
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What is Object Oriented Programming?
Everyone seems to be aware of what it means, but few people can articulate it.
Imagine a creature with for legs and no other features and let that be our blueprint or class. Now let's make 2 more creatures from that blue print. One I name cat the other dog. I give different attributes to cat and different to dog. The cat and the dog are both objects created from my initial blueprint. I didn't have to write a separate program for a dog and separate one for a cat , just used 1 class and give my objects different attributes to complete the program.
can anyone point me in the right direction
>looking for a basic microchip/sensor system
>chip comes within close proximity of sensor, sensor kicks on
>an example of this would be: have a little key fob with chip, the chip comes within 8 inches or less of locked cabinet, cabinet opens
>does something like this readily exist? or would have to be a custom job situation
Reminder, Intel has better processors.
Threadripper is literally DOA and any pajeet can make a giant CPU housefire and make it faster.
Intel is a better company and they care about performance and corelets should kill themselves.
On an older DDR3 x58 Triple channel rig, I have these 6 sticks. I originally bought the 3 on the right with the system. When upgrading a few years later, I wanted to grab 3 more to increase capacity but the exact ram I owned was no longer available.
I matched the ram as close as was possible. 3x2gb, all 1866, all the same timing. But there was immediate problems when installed, I would regularly get BSOD and could no longer overclock. Hell, I couldn't even boot and I had to use memOK on my board (Which underclocked all my ram to ~900, roughly half the speed). I still got errors and couldn't use XMP or OC at all, but it worked 95% reliably. I kept it because 6gb was too little, I couldn't return it and I couldn't afford to just buy a whole new set of ram.
What's the problem? The only difference is the "version", so is it possible to "update" the older one? This incompatibility issue is over my expertise level
Which relational database management system do you prefer or use in your projects? Top choices rarely change. (https://db-engines.com/en/ranking/relational+dbms)
Is there really only two choices for a serious project? Either SQL Server or Oracle?
PostgreSQL --> The engine is somewhat okay, but the tools for it not.
>SQL Server or Oracle
have fun paying truckloads of license and support fees when there are perfectly viable (and often superior) FOSS alternatives
ps. relational databases aren't the end all be all, check out Cassandra and Redis too
anyone that owns one of these fucking tumors should be exterminated
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Im thinking about placing one of these near a free wifi and using it as a vpn tunnel. Do you guys have any ideas where I can get a source of free power downtown somewhere?
I guess I can put it in some kind of power strip, but they might get removed. I have a solar cell and a pretty good battery but that becomes even harder to conceal.
I have that one and aside from the wi-fi being slow and unstable as shit it's a beautiful smol machine.
Which one is better for everyday usage and why?
mfw waiting for the trusted professionals at Best Buy to install Norton for me for only 99 dollars
Literally how can anyone even compete?
by not giving shit about irrelevant performance and enjoying basically infinite battery