>imperative programming is bad because of mutability
>functional programming is bad because function application as recursion leads to stack overflow
>thus mutable programming over immutable datastructures
>immutability with loops
Do you use one email or several email addresses for different purposes?
Several; one is used to maintain my personal accounts, one is used for work related purposes/job searching and one is used as a throwaway email that I plug in on sites I don't particularly want to get newsletters from on the other e-mails.
gunna be building wunna these
give me a build under 500 for it
For just NES emulation or for up to a certain console, other shit, what tier of hardware do you need?
If its NES only, you can get away with a raspberry Pi Zero and a few adapters, if youre talking Wii levels of emulation, youre going to need a lot more.
Right off the bat my first idea for media center + old games is an AM1 system, athlon 5350, gt 740 and 8gb of ram will handle anything from Super Mario Bros to CS:GO
Windows is superior in every way. with its beautiful start menu, fast boot time, and quick windows apps, it's truly an amazing os.
Linux fags BTFO
Is there a good japanese GNU/Linux distro?
>set language to japanese
Aren't you curious to try forth, anon?
>I was actually thinking about how to implement FSRCNN in GLSL
>but I'm not really a ML guy so I struggle with understanding all of these neural network terms
>I could implement a convolution, and after a bit of googling maybe also a convolution transpose
>but it would still be a lot of effort, and almost surely also a shitton of testing
I hate hassn now! :(
Nah! I just kidding you. :)
What are you working on, /g/?
>read old-timey programming book
>no dicking around, straight to the point
>learn assembly in 8 hours
>read modern programming book
>authors constantly rehashing the same XKCD "jokes"
>graphics everywhere that server no purpose besides being """bad ass"""
>no real information
This thread is about the appreciation of horology, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.
>Required Viewings For Newbies:
Previous thread: >>61145953
rx vega is shit but it has a cool PCB
>Headphone purchase advice:
Please put some effort into your requests and questions.
If you dislike a suggestion, explain why and try giving a better suggestion to whomever asked.
For sub-$50 headphones and IEMs, check out the infographic in >>>/g/csg
>/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:
Previous thread: >>61150534
What is the fifth best headphone ever made behind the HD600, HD580, HD598 and HD558?
What's the most autistic software ever made?
>AMD announces Capsaicin Siggraph with no word about RX Vega
dis gonna be gud
probably scrapped by now.
It's been and would be a massive moneysink and AMD needs all the ca$h it can get atm
Give me two good reasons why I should get a 1070 or 1080 over a 1060 when I have no intentions whatsoever of going beyond 1080p.
I have a 5750 right now along with 16gb ddr4 and i5-7600k.