>came up with an idea for a website that could get a shit ton of hits
>know nothing about coding
Are any of you guys coders that would be interested in working on a potentially huge website and splitting the revenue?
Basically, it's a multiplayer browser game and it involves meme culture. I think it's a website that could end up being a flavor-of-the-month hit like agar.io or it could even have more longevity than that. I asked around and found one coder but we are both looking to expand the team.
This could potentially earn money through ad revenue as well as other means and I would pay the team using the revenue.
Knowledge in the following or anything similar would be helpful: node.js, PHP, game mechanics, and UXI.
If you want to know more, let me know. If you want to know about the concept, pls drop a way to contact you and I'll hit you up.
I am running AdNauseam + a java script that automates Google searches. Ive been doing this for a few days and my results are pic related.
If the costs per click are accurate I myself have cost advertisers over 1,000 USD. Even if they are not this method is heavily diluting whatever metrics Google thinks they have on me. If we all do this we can seriously damage Google's credibility for data collection and they may have to issue more refunds.
The script just runs 1 search at a time slowly so as to not trip any google alarms, ive been running mine for 2 days straight now just leaving my PC on 24/7.
Why would anyone spend thousands of dollars on this piece of shit when Linux solutions are literally free and more secure?
pretty much what >>62341693 said
nobody is going to trust something like linux which is free when they feel more secure paying for windows - even if it's the exact opposite of what they are paying for
face it, loonix isn't really wanted by anyone and the only reason I ever use it is because it's forced with certain applications
I am making a bitcoin exchange, and I need to use the most reliable database possible, so every write will take effect immediately (C in cap theorem) and it needs to be fast.
I have heard of ScyllaDB/Cassandra. They're fast, but they don't have the reliabillity/consistency. Would this be acceptable as a db, or would something like mongo or hbase be better?
What are some good laptops that
>have no touchscreen shit
>have no gayming 3 inch thick body
>are made between 2015 and the present day
>are under 1000$
Pic absolutely not related
Anything with a dedicated gpu is gonna be hot as balls with poor battery life. I have a Lenovo y40-80 with a modified heatsink, redone paste and pads, cut half the back case out around the fans, and undervolt the CPU. Still can't get the gpu below 80 and the couch below 75.
/g/ I need a mid tower case and I don't know where to start.
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 viewing for fags:
>Strap Guide: http://pastebin.com/SwRysprE
Should I get this?
Who are some watch manufacturers who don't go full jew on replacement parts?
>Firefox 57 Will Hide Search Bar and Use a Uni-Bar Approach, Like Chrome
>Last year, Mozilla announced plans to drop its proprietary PDF and Flash plugin implementations and use the ones developed by the Chrome team
Can you use any generic cable for your gaming PC's PSU?
I have an 850W PSU that I lost the cable for, but I also have another cheap non-gaming PC ($300 for whole thing) and was about to just use its cable.
But idk if it's a shittier cable that will catch on fire or fuck up my other PC parts that need a lot of power.
Does anyone have any good recommendations for starting out with python? Learning with games, books, ect.?
So Intel's coffeelake won't run on z270 boards despite being the 1151 socket, I spent 200$ on my board too
Guess I'm hopping on the Ryzen train
Ryzen 2 when?
>Don't want to buy another board
>Guess I'll buy another board
"Ooh anon, come here and show us your amazing coding skills! We love men who can program!"
Say it again Willie
Retro Thinkpad will be garbage edition
IRC: #/tpg/ on irc.rizon.net
Other business laptops are also welcome in /tpg/ (e.g. Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook, GETAC's,Toughbooks).
If you're looking for purchase advice, READ THE BUYERS GUIDE FIRST. Then post, stating budget and requirements (e.g. size and performance).
>Don't buy anything OTHER THAN HP Elitebook (2570p, 8770W, 2170p), Dell Latitude/Precision (E6430, E6440, E7440) and P, T, X, and W SERIES if you want the Real Business Experience™
T420 - 14", normal size
X220 - 12.5", ultraportable
Recommended original IBM design models:
T60, T61, X60, X61, 860, Transnote, PC110
Why ThinkPad? (also applies to other business laptops)
>Used machines are plentiful and cheap.
>Excellent keyboards - tactile feel and quiet.
>Great durability: chassis uses a magnesium rollcage for structural integrity, with high quality plastic body panels.
>Utilitarian design: e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models.
>Docking stations that easily turns your laptop into a desktop.
>Easy to repair, upgrade and maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for every model. Spare parts are easy and cheap to obtain.
>The best trackpoint (that red thing in the middle of the keyboard). Great for those who type a lot or hate swiping their fingers all over a touchpad.
>Excellent GNU/Linux & *BSD support.
Used ThinkPad Buyers Guide:
New guides by xsauc:
ThinkWiki - Info on ThinkPads and running GNU/Linux on them:
ThinkPad service guides w/ tutorial videos:
ThinkPad wallpaper collection:
>tfw you run your finger around the soft rim trackpoint
What are /g/'s thoughts on Wallpaper Engine?