Out of this four, which do you think is the best?
Is it possible to run a current version of linux without systemd botnet?
no fuck off
What's the /g/ preferred python ide?
vscode or pycharm. I was using sublime text for a while, and was pretty productive on it surprisingly but either of these are nicer.
Buyers remorse thread?
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how do i improve my typing speed?
Where were you when google did the right thing and fired that bigot?
I'm thinking of picking one up, see what I can do with it.
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What distro should I choose?
If you're don't know the answer to this question ahead, then Ubuntu
What are some cool programs?
What are some cool terminal commands?
Where can I learn the command line?
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why isnt anyone talking about this?
Why do you guys hate python? It is a very powerful scripting language and it's great for plotting shit, doing math operations, and processing data.
You guys aren't really writing all your code in C/C++, right?
Don't worry, they just like feeling superior. Doing everything the dumbest way possible just to seem like they are doing more, and more complex things when really they're just using it because it's the only thing they know. When they are exposed for not knowing something like python they claim it is because it is beneath them, when really they're just slow and stubborn.
can someone explain why /g/ is so hyped about threadripper when it's not even a consumer-grade cpu?
how many of you are actually going to buy it?
Updated the browser tier chart /g/ likes to throw around because of how ugly the old one was getting.
>Ocumetics Bionic Lens could give you vision 3x better than 20/20
Does that mean 4K will not be enough?