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It's already been stated that Stadia will be built on YouTube's technology.
Will it though? It's not the actual binary that's streaming. The game will be running on Google's end. You won't even need a good video card. It will essentally be an interactive video stream. A twitch stream you can control.
Will iPhone kill the desktop PC?
Are you retarded? "Streaming the binary"?

It's a normal game streaming service, it's not the first one. It's a existing concept you piece of shit.

And yes it will run like shit you fucking moron. A lot of people have less than 25Mbit/s connections with a ping >30 to Google, not even considering other people using the same bandwidth (siblings etc.).

A fucking 1080p60 stream needs at least (bare minimum) 5Mbit/s. So besides your latency you get like an additional 4ms transmission time.

When i run some gaymes on my pc the actual input lag(without the monitor) is most likely <30ms. A good monitor adds like 10-20ms on it, leaving you with a bit more than 40ms complete input lag. Your streaming shit will have to do the exact same thing, but will also need to transfer data twice over the internet. So an additional 64ms on it. Now we're looking at 45ms VS 110ms, a pretty big difference. Then there's the problem of QoS in the internet. The internet runs on the paradigm of "best effort", data can get lost or take longer and in live gayming you can't have a real big buffer to wait for retransmission. So your stream will be irregular at times with additional image errors. Also the image is strongly compressed (by a hardware encoder), so visual quality is shit too.
Not to mention that you can't play anything remotely competitive (forget any shooter besides cod) without getting stomped in the ground.

As long as you don't have a direct Fibre connection to your isp and Google is also located in the same data center you'll have a unpleasant experience with shitty image quality and high and even unstable latency.
>A fucking 1080p60 stream needs at least (bare minimum) 5Mbit/s.

5Mbit/s is nothing in most casuals would be perfectly happy with 720p.

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Is godot the best engine for us anons?
The graphics look beautiful!

Is he right about it?
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Keen Dreams on the Switch.
Just got this video in my recommendations.
This is spooky.
Last time I tried godot it was pretty shitty. Very limited and no good control system (e.g. scripting language). Native extensions are a mess.
Other engines I tried:
Also pretty shitty, lots of bugs/odd or misbehavior, closed source so can't inspect what's going wrong. Performance problems and lag spikes happen in production games. C# sucks.
GUI keeps crashing every 5 minutes, and the only way to use C++ is to call into the kismet stuff (i.e. deprecated API for the graphical programming system they use) because the same functions are not actually available in the proper C++ api (I seem to recall it's not possible to bind an object to a bone socket without that, among many other things). The crashes every 5 minutes is what really did it for me, though. At least it's opensource.
Really nifty engine. Clean api, solid workings and good performance for what I tried. Spotty documentation, reasonably useful irc, the level editor is very limited but it does the job (it's also an external tool, no fully integrated dev env, but that's not bad for my workflow). Otherwise seems as full-featured as UE4 or Unity, except of course no asset store. There are some free asset collections on the web so it's not too bad. Definitely recommend.
>graphics-only/extendable graphics frameworks: ogre3d, osg, etc.
They're sometimes hard to setup from the get go. ogre3d and osg are exceptions. Both ogre3d and osg are inflexible due to their history. Neither are particularly well-known for good performance properties, osg being faster than ogre3d. They're great for educational purposes but I wouldn't use them for other things. Various extensions for more than graphics, but they're in differing states of unmaintained and broken. ogre3d has its own asset pipeline (and it's a pretty shitty one), which is pretty gay for what's supposed to be a simple graphics-only framework.
For vidya, reference counting is more appropriate than gc. That is because while performance suffers, it is deterministic. The problem is that you still need a gc pass to deal with cycles, but that's lightweight compared to a full gc pass. The more you know, little boy.
No. For 2D in general you should always make your own engine. If you're a competent programmer it will always take less time to make the game and engine than it would to learn an existing 2D engine.

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>bought my aunt huawei honor 8c
>every app asks for agreement with tof, data collection and signing in on the first run

Wtf wrong with modern techonoly

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>no, I didn't got to school. I learned how to fly a 747 through books and khan academy.
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programming in most cases is much harder than flying a plane you retard
>I didn't got

Yeah...you neither OP.
Your shitty code wont cause dea...
he played video games before
Lol. iToddlers btfo

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>get Window$ laptop
>install Ubuntu and use it exclusively

Is there such a thing as UEFI updates?

Are users expected to do it or Windows does it?

Is Ubuntu just basically slow death by botnet
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fwupd. Included per default in a proper distro like Fedora.
Imagine not having Secure Boot
>fwupd. Included per default in a proper distro like Fedora.
Ubuntu has it too
>Version: 1.0.6-2

Does it do all the necessary shit?
why do you need secure boot?
Passwordless LUKS with TPM
>(((secure))) boot
good goyim

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How much am I missing out on? I have a Redmi note 4x and perfectly satisfied with it but the idea of both working together seemlessly sounds great.
this like having syphillis and asking how much you're missing out on by not having AIDS

Show your phone's off!
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here you go chink
Damn I hate people who quote every post in the thread. I always follow the comment chain and they all lead to your gay ass with your unfortunate homescreen. You have no right to be judging
its fine in the usual homescreen threads like /wg/, but thit was ass
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Do you ever say to yourself.. Gee whiz.. why are the icons on the taskbar always flickering in windows 10????

wait..... i know the answer..
windows performs a redraw of the icons when a SHChangeNotify call is made to shell32, specifically either SHCNE_ASSOCCHANGED or SHCNE_UPDATEIMAGE, as outlined here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/api/shlobj_core/nf-shlobj_core-shchangenotify

This looks like shit and its amazing this issue persists. Now take a look at microsoft 'support' forums. Ouch.. here's a complaint about the issue from 2009 (LOL, 10 years ago) 'Taskbar Flickering constantly. How do I make it stop?'. A more recent one has a Top answer from windows Expert 'A. User' suggesting to run 'sfc /scannow' to solve the problem!

no one is behind the wheel of the ship at the windows division of microsoft, or even microsoft in general. really sad stuff
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Get mental help
Works on my machine™
this less of an issue than Windows 10 shockingly bad virtual workspaces.

Regardless of hardware windows 10 will often fail to switch workspaces unless you delay your click while moused over juuuuust right.
And then the animation won't draw the screen properly, creating a very jarring animation in between.

I just switched to xubuntu and it's insane how virtual workspaces just work.
How did MS fuck this up?
The real question is how did MS fuck up search that bad, when I type calc or cmd I don't expect device manager to show up...
you gotta fix their default search indexer or get something that actually works oob like Launchy
In fact, even classic shell helps with this, pretty sad you have to fix this stupid shit yourself when the OS is supposed to be easy to use for "non-tech" people

what are they thinking?

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Why aren't freetards rejoicing? They will finally be able to play vidya.
Two reasons you braindead monkey nigger
1. watching an interactive stream is not playing
2. 133ms is fucking kek, even for console peasant standards.

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What are you working on, /g/?

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While not the greatest comparison to make, but how long does it take to learn a new natural language?
It varies wildly based on the person. It'll probably take some time in the order of a couple of years to become a truly proficient programmer, but you can still useful shit in much less time than that.
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I think about a third are cute anime girls.
the others are traps
What should I choose to write Android/IOS game on Linux? I like working with C++ but I'm ready to learn a new language. What is your experience, what can you recommend? It's gonna be multiplayer so I need a framework to connect to SQL.
Looks nice anon
monogame is quite simple and popular for 2D

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>just apply
>submit it anyway
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Why would a corp hire a CIS grad over a CS to develop in C...
I am also pissed in my last company they hired people who are 35+ years old, because of the experience, and such people are the worst colleagues and don't want to adapt but do the things their own way
Go back to tumblr
>find some relative that owns a business
>say you worked there for a couple years
>if they call to check he covers for u
aka just lie
>about to graduate
>started applying before hand, made note that I was a soon to be graduate on resume
>applied to places all over the country
>was contacted before I even graduated and told that they were interested after interview
>never did an internship or anything in school
>contact them once more after graduating like I was instructed
>move went smoothly and after a few weeks of "training" I was performing basic security architect duties

I went with the bulk approach and just applied anywhere hiring any type of IT related people, I probably applied to 200 jobs within a couple of days.

Fortunately, starting salary was high enough with this current job that it was worth moving for. You REALLY should be applying to those places that list ridiculous experience requirements for low level jobs. I've even heard that they put those requirements to scare off people like you.

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Not using dark mode in youtube.
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I though westerns were rich. I hope you are fine anon

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While touch typing, then should I use right shift and left? Do I use right for capitalizing left hand letters? Thanks.
That's the theory but most people don't
If the keys are on the left side, use the right hand, and vice versa. Or just use what's comfortable.
idk about you but my left pinky usually occupies tab/shift/caps/ctrl either way. Why'd you force yourself into a habit you won't even benefit from
Yes. Get into the habit of it, as it'll let you type faster. However if you remapped your caps lock to something else, you can hold a shift key if you need to type something in all caps.

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What should we do when Windows 7 support ends? It was already a pain with XP, but at least there was still another decent OS to move to.
In descending order of preference:
>Windows 7 Extended Kernel
I've seen projects like this for Windows 98, ME, 2000 and a canceled one for XP (where did that go, anyways?)
>Stay on Windows 7
Most programs I'm concerned about will probably still work with Windows 7 for at least a few years after EOL, although there are a few security concerns
>Windows 8.1
Only if I really have to. Not a huge fan of it though
>Windows 10
I hate spyware and I don't want to have to spend a bunch of time configuring it so it doesn't spy on me
>GNU/Linux (no copypastas here)
Um no. That isn't to say I haven't tried. But I want my programs (and games) to work, not to spend hours messing with settings in WINE or something.
So what should be done about this issue?
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you pretty much have to use 10 LTSC unless you're willing to get another GPU.
Linux is great but Proton isn't nearly as good as people pretend it is, literally everything I try doesn't work and needs way more fixes to even run let alone look decent.
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>Um no.
Get a retard proof distro like Ubuntu or Linux Mint and you'll be surfing the webs just like before in no time.
>b-but this specific piece of software doesn't work on linux
>what should be done about this issue
Learn to live a simpler life and stop playing video games. You need to get ready for a future where your only choices are to either hop on Linux or die.
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>he thinks they fixed it
8.1 I guess.

After 2 years of trying to accept Windows 10 with all its faults, I see myself today having once again, trouble even with their own stuff. After a new installation of Windows, I cannot install applications from the store. I tried 20 things, I get 0x80246019 and that's it. Changed region, time and date settings, tried 20 commands. Still not working.

In contrast I haven't had issues like these with 8.1 before I switched. Or at least for a long time. The last time I had trouble with 8.1 was back in 2014. After that, stable as all fuck.

It's a shame that I bought a controller that only works wirelessly over Windows 10. I gimped myself there.
Native USB 3.0 support, can optimize SSDs, boots quickly, pretty light on resources, includes some cool new features (like putting a different wallpaper on each monitor), you can still install plenty of visual styles without it shitting the bed after one update, you can still do a lot of things you can only do on w7 but not 10 (like most of the panel control settings, like associating one program to all the files it supports with just one button, like choosing which updates to install manually)...

It's also more stable than 10, by far. I haven't had any problems on w8.1 similar to what I had to deal with on 10 even last year.

The problems with 8.1: Manufacturers and companies ignore support for it, so you have to use windows 7 drivers. And it might be slightly slower on gaymes, depending on which.

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Does anybody else still collect media?
Keeping terabytes of media on my hard drives seems a bit archaic but I'm not about to delete it all and start paying 7.99 a month to a jewey megacorp for a subscription service that *might* this month have it. Is there a better solution?
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I would say that this isn't an issue when just archiving data and keeping it offline, but anon here just posted a pic of some old pentium. I wonder what he meant by this...

Also there are tape drives out right now that are much cheaper than 400GB/12€
I am not giving control over my media to a blabbering capitalist retard. Having gigs of music and stuff is very.fine.
That's nothing compared to Winnie the Pooh
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DVDs are dirt cheap right now, so I've been buying-up all my favourite movies

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