/g/, can anybody who works in software tell me if Oracle certificates (Java and SQL) would make a difference during the hiring process?
I have a Chemical Engineering degree with 18hrs of Computer Science courses and I am looking into trying to get into a software development role since the Oil & Gas industry has stopped hiring.
Can having Oracle certifications get me into the industry, or will a four year undergrad degree be required?
Sad but true.
Even a BS without experience is worthless it seems.
Anyone got a recommendation on how to start out? Most of my job offers revolve around building/repairing pcs, even though my BS is in IT...
I just got an ""internship"". It's 12 hrs per week, for $13/hr at a really small company.
My duties is inventory control and manufacturing, but mostly inventory control.
At the moment, the company does not have a good way to keep track of their products/manufacture. They're excepting me to start from scratch with Odoo and build a robust inventory control system.
Can I do it? Is it too much for an undergrad intern? I'm nervous and not excited at all. Do you guys have faith in me?
I need a new video card after selling my rx 480. Should I pick up a 7850 2gb as a place holder or get a rx 580 on back order?
>rx 580 nitro, $376 moosebucks
So after the football match with my team I was studying science on my mac when an autistic fella from the uni came to me and said with a weird smile : "hey chad stop using your fagbook and use best laptop with best os" then he showed me a disgusting plastic piece of trash that looks like a poorly conceived toy with "thinkpad" written on it. He told me to buy one and to ask for advice on /g/ soooo here I am !
Is this legal?
Why don't you run your own Plex empire, /g/?
Friday July 14 2017 02:40:00 GMT in normie time.
How are you celebrating, /g/?
Brings back memories, I saw the clock tick to 1400000000 back just over 3 years ago. I had a party by myself with a can of beer then. I'll not be having a party this time though. I had the worst summer of my life then, and it'll just remind me of how bad things were, though they're not much better now.
Best Buy employee here. Ask any questions
I just accedentally the whole thing.
HOW DO I FIX THIS ?
Just a glitch.
Sure it made more than a few people shit their pants though.
I've got a whole system running Win7 32bit and need to preserve it for old work programs. Is starting to slow down so I figure just replace Mobo, CPU, ram and PSU. Go to Computer shop.
>Sorry oldfag but you can't buy new parts that will run Win7. Anything you buy new will have to run Win10.
Current system circa 2009
>Triple Channel DDR3 1600
Am I an idiot?
that's interesting cos some of the office PC's are 2016 off the shelf jobs with new $$$ i5 chips etc and my old 2009 build i7 920 is just as fast.
What I'm really wanting to know is what can I buy to replace the mobo, ram and CPU that I can just plug my existing drives into?
Thanks I will google skylake
Is this garbage still the best thing to throw on a family PC?
Would you rather still use gnu/linux if it was the normie OS or would you change it to keep your austistic reputation intact?
I've been using Debian since the late 90s and I will continue to use it for the foreseeable future.
Just got my first SSD (crucial mx300)
Is there anything I should know before installing my OS onto it?
Make sure you pre-warm the drive. SDDs run alot better if you heat them up a bit before the initial break in period. A few seconds on the microwave is usually enough to reflow the solder on them.
all the purported advantages of systemd are things that make linux behave more like windows. why can't systemd supporters just stay on windows where they belong?
what addresss to send gtk3 hate mail to?