Redhat or Debian?
Hello, I already know java. But I would like to master it. Any REAL software engineers in this website could please help with recommendations of a good path to follow? I would like to master mainly OOP and Design Patters. Any books or courses suggestions? Thank you
Webdevs not welcome.
>using firefox on linux
>want to watch netflix
>can't install widevine+chromium because portage is being a cunt
>google "how to watch netflix without chrome on linux"
>google "widevine on firefox"
>realize Firefox 49 supports Widevine
>go on Netflix
>click on random movie
one of the greatest surprises I will receive in my lifetime.
god bless you EME API
wtf were people smoking when they made network protocols
Okay, so why does my G502 look like it has herpes, or something?
Why would it suddenly get bumps like that?
Best Terminal Advice thread:
when logged into a box with ssh you can test if you are still connected by executing:yes it works
I'm attending a three-day hackathon soon.
Which web stack is appropriate for that?
Has anyone tried this:
MOZILLA REMOVED DOWNLOAD BUTTON IN NIGHTLY
ITS OVER, PACKS YOUR BAGS AND SAY BYE BYE
Used properly, do you even need another add-on for security/add-blocking?
Why does this shit still exist and how does it grow more popular every year? according to Alexa, 9gag website has a ranking of 184
Why does this shit still exist and how does it grow more popular every year? according to Alexa, 4chan website has a ranking of 183
Looking to upgrade. Right now I'm running a 4690k @ 4.4Ghz in a Z97 board.
Really need more than 4 threads, so I'm either going to buy a 7700K or a Ryzen 1700X.
I will overclock.
General use is gaymen (my 1070 already gets a bit bottlenecked in unoptimized some games) and some rendering.
What do? Please be objective, I don't give a fuck about your fanboyisms.
Pic somewhat related: guts.
Your machine is fine, stop being autistic.
You don't need anything faster, it will be placebo or overkill.
If you really have money to waste, go ahead, but it's not going to be really faster.
you could just pick up a used 4790k for around $230 and save the huge expensive mobo+ram upgrade for when intel have actually substantially improved their single core performance - be sure to look up benchmarks for things relevant to you though of course
Does /g/ have any book recommendations that I can better understand what and how the big three internet companies control local internet infrastructure?
Give me two good reasons why you aren't using Vivaldi, the best browser?
The perfect language doesn't exis-
Do you display your technology, /g/?