rust vs. go
Defend this, Cloverfags
>Pale Meme blocks AdNauseam because clicking ads and not buying stuff causes 'direct damage'
I hope you didn't fall for the meme.
Why didn't anybody tell me that programming would be HARD! All my things just crash or loop! I've seen those words segmentation fault more times in the past week than I even heard the word 'fault' to describe me in my LIFE! Is there like a universal program that can just tell me if my program is going to crash or not? Just installing one of those seems a lot easier than dealing with this every time I try to do anything.
>there's a coder working on making code look node-based where you could just drag and drop and assign values
Isn't that already a thing?
Like thats how we coded the lego robots things
schtupeed kueshchuns tread
Don't bump off a poor defenceless thread, post your stupid questions here and don't be a schmuck!
heavily considering getting TV related with a 2 year warranty, any of you fags have experience with it?
Looking at learning PHP. Unfortunately my uni does not offer a course for web design beyond basic HTML and CSS.
What online resources could I use? Any recommendations?
parents gave me this old acer aspire one laptop. I don't know anything about technology. Backed up everything and reset to factory. Still runs slow as shit. specs are
intel atom N280
1 GB memory
basically is there anything I can do with it that could be fun/educational or is this just pure junk? I already tried installing ubuntu months ago and it still ran slow as shit and I had multiple other problems.
What should I purchase? I am not going to be able to become professional programmer anytime soon, and I tend to work on my projects alone. I'm most experienced in C++ and I've been programming on and off for at least 2 years (not only in C++, I did python and web dev).
Currently deciding between SICP, Algorithms by Sedgewick (not too familiar with algorithms), and Effective C++ (I don't think I'm going to be working as C++ Dev later on so I'm not sure how relevant this info will be).
What has programming book (in general) been the most influential to you?
Should I sell my 980Ti SLI Hybrids and get a single 1080Ti?
Something about this just doesn't feel right. Am I the only one?
I understand the theory, that it's trying to make advertising clicks have no value, etc. It's a good concept. But isn't every click sending data to the botnet?
Google and other ad agencies must be getting a great profile of all the people using Ad Nauseam, so much information has to be sent every time that someone visits a site with Ad Nauseam installed. So while it might be devaluing things and all that, big brother is going to be able to trace everything you're doing at pretty much all times on the internet, right?
Or am I just crazy?
I'm sure it'd be trivial to train an ML model to recognize fake ad traffic.
You are not only going to get discarded and filtered but also Google is going to get a great profile on you.
every click sends data to the botnet. every ad is clicked. it makes you a worthless shitbag that likes everything. if everyone runs adnauseam, that means everyone clicks on the same thing, making everyone the same shitbag that likes every ad. Therefore, tracking is useless if everyone seems the same due to adnauseam, eventually killing tracking ads. It floods the market
>Headphone purchase advice:
Please put some effort into your requests and questions.
If you dislike a suggestion, explain why and try giving a better suggestion to whomever asked.
For sub-$50 headphones and IEMs, check out the infographic in >>>/g/csg
>/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:
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After several months of trying to get comfy with the "latest and greatest" windows, it's plagued with all of the issues Win8 brought along with UI inconsistency and generally awful services.
Is the answer just give up videogames entirely? I don't want to GPU passthrough and use integrated graphics for my main OS. I don't want to have half my SSD dedicated to a system strictly for one game.
I was curious about this glitch on this calculator and why it's giving -1 for the answer instead of 1.
Post the ugliest PC cases you know.
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>AB is truly cabal!
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How do I fix these errors?
[ 4.324981] EXT4-fs (sda1): re-mounted. Opts: errors=remount-ro
[ 4.812918] bluetooth hci0: Direct firmware load for brcm/BCM20702A1-0a5c-21e6.hcd failed with error -2
[ 434.040271] dleyna-renderer: segfault at 8 ip 00007f07bd0fae52 sp 00007ffdaeed8e40 error 4 in libdleyna-renderer-1.0.so.1.0.3[7f07bd0f2000+15000]
[ 1230.644421] traps: dleyna-renderer general protection ip:7ff6d042ce4e sp:7ffe9281b9f0 error:0
I've recently installed Arch on a Thinkpad. I've enabled natural scrolling just fine, and tap-to-click, but I feel like the trackpad is too sensitive to taps (i.e. I'll be scrolling and suddenly the machine thinks I right-clicked.) Is there some setting I can mess around with to change sensitivity?