Let's all just appreciate the superior way of coding ultra-fast software.
What went wrong?
Fug. I'm building a raspberry pi battery powered laptop.
Congrats. Be ready for minimal, 90's era performance on sub-optimal hardware.
Be ready to overclock, and read all of the documentation on over-clocking.
It won't really run 44 hours if you're serious.
You're going to spend as much building this as you are for a shitty throw away laptop.
I really hope you are not using the Model A+.
Model B at least.
One idea I've had is building one with 2 screens together.
One screen will be an e-ink screen, underneath the LCD touchscreen.
I can use e-ink for basic status stuff, or keeping some simple data on-screen for long periods of time.
Then only use the LCD for high-fidelity requirements.
Have a button that can grey-scale mirror the current LCD buffer to e-ink. I'd probably write that mirroring function myself so I can have control over the greyscaling of the screen more. (especially the dithering)
Delivery date: never.
Is it a good idea to create relatively simple passwords for websites and use SHA-256 to hash them?
>Linus Torvalds: 'I no longer feel like I can
trust "init" to do the sane thing. You all presumably know why.'
B T F O
It's fucking shit!
only annoying thing about photon so far, at least what has made it to nightly, is that they separated the bookmarks button again so bookmarking a page is now in the address bar rather than the bookmark button, but also they've moved history to the library tab in the menu so getting to history requires another click
Why MacOS is so comfy?
because it just werks with the software it comes with and you don't have to fiddle.
you're just doing what you want when you're on it, thereby creating a chemical association in the brain that macOS is comfy because you there are no stressful memories associated with it
Is ML *the* field of CS to get into right now and for the next few years?
It's a stupid cuck meme. Practically no one needs to learn ML because no one has an actual application for it. You can just use APIs.
Learn Java enterprise dev if you actually want a paycheck.
What is your opinion on Perl?
Is there any reason to learn it over Python nowadays?
>Is there any reason to learn it over Python nowadays?
You want to embed an interpreter in your program but want more than one instance and these instances should be properly separated, not some shitty hack.
Ask questions, get advise, discuss Uni related topics.
First year CS student here. I've got 2 weeks left for my semester break.
This semester I'll be taking:
>Network Routing Principals
>Technical Software Development
Any prep ideas?
Currently majoring in be cyber security, got a CCNA for free as it was integrated in my networks and switching unit. Hoping to get into network architecture, so I'll likely attempt the higher end Cisco certs over the summer break.
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You can trade in any shitty POS laptop running 20 year old Windows for $75.
Bankrupt the fuckers
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Is data hoarding a mental illness?
I keep thinking about how much time I've wasted hoarding data that won't matter after I die and I get depressed.
Looking at these two competitors to try and get you to join their ecosystem, which is better?
>selling your data
>that data collection allows maps and shit to be amazing though
>GPM is based as fuck
>seem to care about "protecting your privacy"
>I have no idea how it's offerings are in things like "cloud storage" or Apple Music are
Which do you prefer? Why do you prefer it? What services do you use?
What phone do you currently own?
Are you looking for a replacement?