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What is the best way to stream from my PC to my tv? How is universal media server?
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sdlna/minidlna.

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>install firefox nightly
>no ublock origin, https everywhere, noscript
what do?
what are the replacements or alternatives?
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Install uBlock Origin, HTTPS Everywhere and uMatrix

Hi which tech vlogs do you watch ?

[i was watching a good one with 2 slightly overweight guys that was pretty good, but forgot the name ...]
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When will the average top clock speed break 4 gigahertz. What will the top speed be in 2027?
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>>62118398
next year.

probably about 5-6Ghz since we'll hit a wall around 5nm in a few more years.

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Find a flaw
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What's the go to manufacturer/assembler for Linux compatible hardware, either pre-loaded or otherwise? And which of those are free from proprietary blobs of code?

A few examples:
- Dell Developer Editions
- IBM/Lenovo Thinkpad Line
- IBM Server chips
- System76
- Purism
- Minifree(Thinkpad based - No binary blobs)
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just came from /ck/ and thought you guys would find this interesting
>>>/ck/9349542

yeah, yeah, I know there's a better way to cross post but I don't know how to do it
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Due to a specialized set of skills, I have found myself working for google cloud, mostly supporting their networking/server offerings . I am lacking in some fundamental knowledge around computing though -

Any book recommendations to get me up to speed on modern computing in general
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Wasn't sure which board to ask this on but this one seems most appropriate.

What do you think of conversion courses for Computer Science?

I've done my undergrad in a Non-STEM subject but would like to learn to code and get some sort of either software engineering or system admin job (mostly because they're much more future-proof than my undergrad field and because they're more likely to allow me to work remotely or move abroad).

I'm just worried that this kind of 1 year course might not be able to teach me enough to get a job afterwards? I'm also not sure how these courses are viewed by the industry.

The Universities themselves seem to suggest that people get tech jobs after doing them, some even with Microsoft, Google etc but I'm not sure whether I can trust them.

A couple examples of what I'm talking about:

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/graduate/taught/degrees/computer-science-msc

https://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/pg/computing/computing-science/

http://www.bristol.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/2017/eng/msc-computer-science/

(Disclaimer, I'm in the UK so could afford to study there but unfortunately not in the US)
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>>62117263
Don't you britbongs have free university or something? Just go back and get a proper BS in CS.
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>>62117441
Nope, uni is paid for and I'm not in a position to dish out another 50000 pounds for a second undergrad.

How connected are you, /g/?
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Op pic definitely not related.

Besides the obvious big names, Science Studio is pretty good
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>>62117171
What?

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Is Lenovo dying?

The company is worth just $6.1B in U.S. dollars now.
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Yeah, same as toshiba
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>squandering massive lead in Chinese smartphone market and getting pushed out of top 10 even

How can managers be this incompetent?

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What does a chip-manufacturer gain from getting into the network card business, and is this at all related to AMT?

>checking new laptop listings
>intel cpu, intel wifi card, intel ethernet card
>intel AMT is real
>hmmmmmmmm
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It doesn't get comfier than Xubuntu on a 5K
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Context for a analog is to a mesh Latice map in python. Latice box cotains [object] at [Lat, Lng]
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>>62115659
pay attention at class kevin

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I've seen a lot of basement dwellers talk about hosts here but what's the ultimate list? plz no garbage like SevenBlack
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>>62115622
Do your own research, newfag.

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