Is there a voice recognition solution that would reliably allow me to recognise single word commands after being provided samples of the same words from the user's voice? Just that, no sentences and no trying to understand unknown words.
Open source or paying I don't care but it has to be 100% local.
Does anybody use one or have a mixed sort of DIY alternative?
I don't myself and hadn't really considrerd it before, but I just experienced a power outage while using my desktop. When I looked into it all I could find were dedicated units called UPSs like depicted above and most had mixed reviews. I had planned on finding more of an internal component but I suppose the battery has to be pretty large to be worth running a workstation on for any reasonable amount of time until the current comes back on.
Not attempting to start a general, I just want to reflect on all the sites from 2001-2006 that either aren't around anymore, or is a former shell of itself.
Pic related, the OSRC used to be a great starting point for building an OS, but it seems not to be around anymore.
There is a secure and open source search engine that it's not DuckDuckGo?
/fwg/ - Your Place For Fighting for your beloved software/hardware/cooperation etc
Need some IPTV recommendations that focuses on US/UK content. Have FabIPTV currently & their service has gone to complete dogshit.
What does /g/ think of sandboxie?
Does it really protect your computer?
Is it safe to use when testing risky programs?
Why is Samsung trying so hard to make edge screens happen.
there is literally no real benefit to it. they should just stick to adding things once apple makes it cool like
touchscreen smartphones (in general)
rose gold phones
After my intensive studies in IT I got a dilemma, while ye, I could develop a web-server in c or c++ it would take me a lot of time(even considering if I would use external libraries). So Internet is at stale basically? I've heard nodejs is what it's used nowadays, I've seen bindings for c÷÷. I know a c÷÷ would be great. But I just want to deploy my site as fast as I can! So, go fast but your shoes require a lot to repair, or go steady and manage to repair your shoes in a moderate amount of time!
"Ivy Bridge is obsolete, don't get the 3770, it's a dead platform, get a 7700k so you have an upgrade path"
Glad I didn't listen and spent $120 instead of $550
Are boot camps worth it? I've been learning web development for over a year and I am looking for an entry level job. However it appears that most company requires some level of formal education in CS or equivalent. So I'm thinking about attending a coding bootcamp but it's quite pricey (~$10k). Is it a good way to break into the field or just a waste of time?
Bootcamps are intended for people who have a degree in graphical design but want to brush up on their HTML and CSS skills and some elementary programming skills. It's not actually intended for people who want to work as developers, but rather people who want to get into UX or design and already have a semi-relevant background there.
Try sending in applications anyway. You might wanna create a portfolio to show your stuff. Show that you are just as capable as someone with an education in CS. It's also possible to look for companies that are looking for junior developers as well.
Hi /gee/. I've been learning Python but wondering if I should switch to c++ since I want to do topcoder/hackerrank problems. Anyone has experience in competitive programming using Python? Or should I make the switch since Python feels like some toy scripting language meant for numales.
You can competitively program in python. You will get absolutely destroyed though. Python has some hinky syntactical sugar that makes some cool looking programs
Anyone managed to unpack the faceit 8mb binary yet?
> last release was on July 16
Post things that run at more than 1.6GHz base clock. Intel's 8-series mobile chips are NOT eligible for this thread.