>check out a famous Rust developer's homepage
>his site doesn't use https
>yet he still lists his PGP key on it
such is the braintrust behind this language
Any site that sells decent cell phone replacement parts like non shit LCDs? eBay is crap for LCD parts. Huawei preferably
what i done
>tfw shitposting from restaurant wifi while in your room (major city)
>for some reason it works when I sit in the middle of the room facing a certain direction even though I have a rough idea where the router is and the other more logical positions near and out the window aren't as good for some reason
Broadband cut off because I'm currently a mega poorfag. Post your wifi grabbing techniques and stories of times you had to do the same kinda shit I'm doing.
get a fuckin repeater if you're going to be that cheap man
Its summer time.
Whats your HDD/Storage temps at?
Pretty cool. Helps to have a good case. I'm using an old HAF 932.
Is it possible to get a decent computer that can run modern games (DirectX 11+, good graphics processing, etc.) but has windows 7 installed? I long ago gave up on trying to build my own computer - too much research.
Yes. A lot of people actually avoid Win10 and install Win7 instead.
Be warned that Microsoft disabled automatic driver updates for Win7 installs (at least, on the official .iso's I downloaded from them) so you have to do all that shit manually now instead of the OS automatically downloading them from the internet.
Personally, I dual-boot: Win10 for Titanfall 2 (only game I play on windows) and Linux for doing literally everything else. Since I don't do a ton of gaming, I virtually never boot into my windows drive.
I need to learn C++. I know /g/ thinks it's a shitty language, but I'd like some recommendations on resources I can use.
I want to learn the language in depth. It's huge and has a lot of features, so I'm not exactly sure where to start.
I've had exposure to C through K&R, so I have some programming knowledge.
alright i'll indulge you
if you arent a total retard you can do some parallel programming with it, shared resources, tasking, message passing, rendezvous etc (e.g. http://15418.courses.cs.cmu.edu/spring2015/exercises)
and pick a open source project that you can contribute to
I need to automate some simple tasks, and I've always had an interest in learning to write programs, so I've decided to teach myself python.
For whatever reason I'm a minimalist at heart, so I decided to install Ubuntu server without a GUI on an old laptop, installed tmux and have been using nano and IDLE to code, while I watch Lynda videos on my desktop.
Quickly found out I suck at computers, and decided to become more proficient in bash and vim before I continue my python lessons.
Is this approach retarded? Am I limiting myself, or hindering my progress? Currently intimidated by the sheer volume of stuff I need to learn.
It is a huge volume to learn. Don't let that stop you. If you like Python stick with it. Do web based stuff on your desktop til you get the hang of it. Trying to learn linux before python is completely unnecessary. IT and programming are two completely separate disciplines. It's possible to be amazing at either without being any good at the other.
The iPhone 7 is simply brilliant
>best build quality
>by far the best design & aesthetics (everyone copies Apple)
>best mobile operating system
>best worldwide support
>preferred device of highly productive people
you may dislike Apple, but you have to admit that nothing can top the iphone
/g/ i really need your help now.
Ill be buying a ThinkPad soon, on my country's version of ebay there are plenty of x220 t420 and popular models like that.
Now my worry is, are these laptops good for web dev/design?
Im gonna use Linux
I need to know if something like (pic related) is at least strong enough to play some smaller games I.E. League of legends?
And finally, is it often that thinkpads are BIOS locked? If so how is a BIOS lock removed?
Be serious pls babes
is New Game! representative of how it is like to work in the industry
My rig started giving off a nice ozone smell after moving to a new apartment and a cleaning. I thought the PSU overheated originally, but after experimenting and sniffing various parts of my computer the smell is strongest at my liquid cooler's radiator (pic related), specifically where the hoses connect. Everything seemingly runs fine and all temps are normal. What the fuck is going on
Looking for a new monitor, I want:
>IPS (with good quality control)
>have nvidia gpu but don't really care about gsync
or should I get the asus mg279q for $300 less and deal with not using the freesync?
I'm just worried about the quality control on these high refresh rate IPS displays tbqh
Almost all of these 1440p 144Hz IPS screens use the exact same AUO panel, so it doesn't really matter. QC is terrible across the board and you can expect to return at least a couple before you get one with minimal enough backlight bleed/glow that you can live with it.
Personally, I sure as fuck would never pay the G-Sync tax, despite owning an Nvidia card. It's sickening to think of paying so much more for the exact same monitor, with fewer inputs to boot, just for G-Sync. Tearing and v-sync stutter are far less of an issue at high framerates anyway.
I have the pg779q and its a good monitor but massively over priced. Has pretty bad IPS glow but I'm too normie to have that be a deal breaker. Would Get the cheaper free sync versions for sure because gsync is a meme I have never used
Does C++ in Vim have to suck?
Future nostalgia bate