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>OP is 30 memes early
>tfw watching complex anime and korean kino all day again today
>RED is hemorrhaging users
>forums are a ghost town
>most torrents completely unseeded
>PTP requirement higher than Apollo
>RED staff caught faking stats again
I bet on the wrong music tracker...
Say something nice about India /g/ we'll wait
So, engineers from Reddit are competing in a SpaceX HyperLoop challenge. What's /g/ doing exactly?
>open java tutorial video on youtube
Hello sirs, welcome to this week's java tutorial
Anyone tried one of these?
>1.2GHz 64-Bit Quad-Core ARM Cortex A53
>2 GB LPDDR3 RAM Memory
>16 GB eMMC 5.0 (upgradable up to 64GB)
>11.6" or 14" TN LCD (1366 x 768)
Even for $89 that's overpriced, it will be laggy as fuck on basic web browsing unless your useragent lists itself as a mobile device. No sane person would put them through torture using this, just buy an old core2duo laptop for that price.
Hey everyone, I'm an amatuer coder who writes personal finance algorithms in c++ and am almost finished with a udemy web developer course. I was wondering what you guys thought of:
This laptop. I made myself a desktop a year ago but I feel I can better work on my projects during my breaks at my real job if I invest in a decent laptop. Any thoughts.
Is it possible to get a job in AI/ML without a masters or PhD (self teaching only)?
In the same boat anon....im 29 and just starting to learn AI, algorithms, programming after years of IT bullshit. It's a challenge but doable. Def lookup courses on youtune such as the MIT ones or if ur willing to spend a few bucks go to Udemy or Stackskill for the courses related. Put the certs on ur resume and demonstrate u know wut ur doing when applying or interviewing. Thats my goal at least.
DNS specification, RFC 1034, requires that all domain names have a '.' at the end of then
you DO follow the standard dont you??
not adding the dot is undefined behavoiur and you are at 100% liability to get hacked or have any malware installed, if you dont use the dot you give up all rights
>It's just as fast as an SSD!
Is the SSD they're comparing it to full or empty? Is their drive when comparing it full or empty? Is this just bullshit packaged in clever wording?
For me it's elementaryOS. The comfiest out-of-box distro.
Opinions on him /g/?
why is android hardware so shit right now
>Be me using latest fedora using GNOME
>It show updates for mutter
>maybe that update will fix the shitty frame rate in the animations
>after the update everything stills the same
you cannot avoid the botnet /g/. accept it. embrace it
What college course should I take.
I have no experience coding but I'm good with building and troubleshooting computers and shit. I don't want to be a basement dweller so could /g/ help me decide. Preferably something that will lead to a career where I can move up and make some cash.
Or should I do something like business administration/finance
>be in Canada