What the hell is this?
Which one is better?
SICP doesn't require an extraordinary degree of mathematical aptitude. It mentions things like integrals in the examples and exercises, but most of what you need to know for them is explained in the text. The book was intended for a freshman introductory-level university course after all. If you have a decent high school math background, you should be adequately prepared. That said, if you didn't enjoy math, there's a good chance you won't like SICP either. Bt, then again, if you don't like math, why are you interested in computer science anyway?
Never read HTDP.
Whats an ergonomic keyboard that doesn't have a numpad that wont cost a kidney
Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard, $76 on Amazon.
>Wow anon, you know all these?!
>there is people who worry about being thown in jail
i sure do enjoy freedom, do you america?
What country is more free in every way?
>Freedom of speech
It seems wherever you go it's a compromise, you're losing at least one or two of those to gain the others.
Fedora is for code-obsessed jobless geeks, without personal life! Yes, it is interesting to follow tens of pages of technical explanations and sophisticated Terminal command-lins, in order to perform a high-pro backup if your system, as it is described here: https://fedoramagazine.org/taking-smart-backups-duplicity/ But the funny thing is that in the most Debian based Distros, the same thing is performed through a an intuitive GUI Apps with a few clicks... In FedoraProject's Sect, they are studying like for an University, in order to do such a simple for Debian/Ubuntu/Mint OS maintaining?!! Why? RedHat need employees, or they need to build for-free an army of tech obsessed not-for-profit FSF.org brainwashed Developers, as a Brains Resource for RHEL?!!
Just take a look, how many packages and scripts, with tens and tens commands in the Gnome Terminal you should do, in order to perform a "Smart Backup" of your System, as for the same option, in Debian/Ubuntu/LinuxMint there is preinstalled GUI app, that is doing the job with a few clicks: https://fedoramagazine.org/taking-smart-backups-duplicity/
Fedora Project is HELD, SPONSORED AND SUPPORTED BY OTHER MANNERS, ONLY FOR THE BENEFIT OF RedHat Inc.
Are there any desktop wireless adapters, PCI or PCI-E, that don't have AMD tier drivers?
>RESOLVED FIXED in Firefox 55
>FYI: --enable-av1 builds fine on FreeBSD 12 (Clang 4.0 or GCC 6.3).
Any casemodders out there that could help me?
Bought pic related and need some tips on fitting an atx board in this thing.
not really sure what route to go since i know this thing will probably need a custom way to
mount the motherboard itself and since theres no io plate ill probably have to dremel some metal out.
would anyone know the particular case model, can't seem to find it anywhere. I need more detailed pictures
for my planning.
heres a shot of the back, not sure if those screws will take the whole card slot assembly out or
i might have to dremel a rectangle for the io plate
Is there an email client for android that isn't gmail and isn't shit? The wiki recommends K9, which can't search shit.
Is there any good android/ios browser that offers privacy?
Or is it just another meme?
>/g/ tells me it's a botnet and that i should be using honeyview3
>pic related happens when i try to view images
Never listen to /g/
Post your face when Coffee Lake is actually just a rebrand of Kaby Lake and six-cores was just a meme.
AMD already had consumer grade 6 core CPUs in 2010. How will Intel ever recover?
Source Code: https://bitbucket.org/prestocore-fan/presto (Mirrored at https://git.teknik.io/Zero3K/presto)
Issue Tracker: https://github.com/PrestoXen/openopera-issues/issues
IRC Channel: #openopera on crowley.anonnet.org:6697 (via a SSL connection)
Discord Server: https://discord.gg/WV9s9uw
Custom 32-bit Build (with Patches applied): https://u.teknik.io/wLUu9.zip