Why is this allowed?
Elevator pitch: We're making the best 4chan mobile app.
Hey guys! I quit my development job in Seattle to take up an offer in LA. I have a bit over a full month of not being employed and decided to make one last mobile application.
(Previous jobs mostly included working on iOS apps -- I'm moving into distributed systems). I've convinced an ex-coworker to tag along. He specializes in Android mobile development.
web servers (Spring).
We've decided to make the best 4chan mobile app. We're going to fully open source it and put it up for free on the App/Play Store. Anyone will be able to follow along in our
development. We plan to host the development of it on either Gitlab or Github. Before we do so we need a solid specsheet lined up. This is where we need help from you.
1. What 4chan mobile apps are you using now?
2. Why are you using those?
3. What could they do better?
4. What would you like to see in a 4chan mobile app?
5. What is important to you in a mobile app?
6. Anything else you would like to throw our way?
the app is likely to be trivial, so neither of us care too much what we use here. I'm leaning towards either Nim or Elixir for meme points. Really anything with a decent
bcrypt and jwt library is fine with me. Feel free to chime in here. We've both used .NET and Spring in our day jobs before and find both to be terribly boring.
we already have imageboard apps with everything they need
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What is the biggest difference between systems development and web development?
Hey Gentoomen what's on you schedule?
Why would anybody have a pig in their home?
Have you NN supporters looked at the actual NN laws? NN is all about CENSORSHIP!
>(a) Whoever-- (1) in interstate or foreign communications-- (A) by means of a telecommunications device knowingly-- (i) makes, creates, or solicits, and (ii) initiates the transmission of, any comment, request, suggestion, proposal, image, or other communication which is obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy, or indecent, with intent to annoy, abuse, threaten, or harass another person;
>(C) makes a telephone call or utilizes a telecommunications device, whether or not conversation or communication ensues, without disclosing his identity and with intent to annoy, abuse, threaten, or harass any person at the called number or who receives the communications;
>(2) knowingly permits any telecommunications facility under his control to be used for any activity prohibited by paragraph (1) with the intent that it be used for such activity, shall be fined under title 18, United States Code, or imprisoned not more than two years, or both.
Read it for yourself: https://transition.fcc.gov/Reports/1934new.pdf
Let's get something else straight: it's not just ISPs that have a dog in this fight. Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Conde Nast, all of whom censor content, are pro-Net Neutrality. The idea that Title II will somehow prevent censorship is insane - we already have censorship on the internet and Title II will do absolutely nothing to stop Google/Facebook/Twatter/Conde Nast from censoring whatever they feel like censoring. In fact, the "Net Neutrality" passed down by the FCC does exactly what people say it's supposed to prevent - censorship - and it's important to cut through the bullshit and expose what's really going on here, which is one corporate lobby (websites) astroturfing public opinion to get a different corporate lobby (ISPs) to do them a favor by not throttling their traffic.
I just found out about this: https://libertybsd.net/
Is this some sort of joke? Or is this the illegitimate son of the GNU and the BSD community?
P.S.: CAPTCHA crashed on me
Just created a new VPS on DigitalOcean with this installed on it. What should I do with it now?
This really made me think.
Does i7 QUAD CORE 13 inches laptops exist?
Dell XPS 13" have dual cores.
Macbook Pro 13" have dual cores.
Can't cool laptops nowadays?
I have decided that I would like to pursue some certifications to further my knowledge and career in IT.
I have about 5 years experience in the repair field, which is seriously starting to get boring.
I also have experience in installing wireless networks, running cat5, Active Directory, windows, linux, mac, unix.
Anyway, I know a guy who is the hiring manager for a defense contractor on Fort Huachuca in AZ.
The job requires Security+ (SY0-401) as an entry into the job, and network+ within 6 months of being hired.
Right now I have purchased the study guide from Darril Gibson and i am actively studying and want to take my test by
TLDR - What methods should I be using to study for this test besides Darril Gibsons books?
Also any tips about the test I should look out for?
Thanks in advance!
What's her end game?
What should I study if I really want to know how Linux works? Like: what's the real difference between filesystems? Which base packages are needed for OS to work, etc.
Are there any good books or courses?
You have to be clearer than that. Do you mean the kernel? Do you mean like a general overview of booting, mounting, and the processes all the way to userspace, etc? Are you particularly looking for advanced info on a specific thing like filesystems?
I'd start out just googling technical specifications of what specific thing u want. Often times the more technical online posts will reference books, then u can go to those if you want
is it any good