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>self taught programmer
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>>71598394

yeah, building shit i easy

look at all these node_modules
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>>71592485
better than being a self taught dick sucker, bitch
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>>71595935
Try reading a book on the basics.
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fuck off, laura
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>>71595935
the choice of words seems terribly contrived at first. you need to adapt to the terminology first.
I worked as theoretical physicist first and when I started getting into it I barely understood fuck all, not because I wouldn't have been able to solve their problems but because I didn't even know what they were asking of me.

what programming languages gigachads use?
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>>71595763
html and vanilla javascript, without a single shit given about global variables or closures
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>>71598992

no. Rust is for faggots, literally and unironically
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>>71595794
>tfw gigachad and I never knew it
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>>71595763
JavaScript aka language of God himself
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>>71598614
>write shit input
>get shit output
why is js like that?

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So there I was, about to download the worst fucking distro from debian.org, a litterally 8 year old website.

With a slogan like "the universal operating system" you'd think it would support graphics cards that have been on the market for a full fucking year, however its probably more accurate to say debian is known for its ""Stability"" and by stability I mean when you download debian "stable" in 2019 you're downloading linux kernel 4.9 from 2016. Also fuck new people trying to get into linux, Debians ancient packages are the base for a lot of linux distros people will end up using as their first distro? and for that matter fuck anyone who wants to do graphic design, do video or play games. Just basically re-install your whole system to be newer and you're good. Good luck figuring that out new people.

Want to install the nvidia proprietary drivers? Well first you'll need to manually add the repository since we don't want people having acess to evil non free software like intel microcode by default. All good to go? Go ahead and type out this since you still don't have any way to copy paste since no graphics drivers ```apt install linux-headers-$(uname -r|sed 's/[^-]*-[^-]*-//') nvidia-driver```

Fuck debian
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The unyiffed simply don't understand the magnificence of the free software movement. Go enjoy your graphics support with the gentoo traitors, baldskin slave. Your kind needs to stick together.
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You wrote out this whole retarded rant just because you had to apt install nvidia drivers?
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>>71598654
debian works flawlessly on my server, are u trying to use it as a desktop OS? Have sex.
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>>71598667
I dare you to find buster from Debian.org without using a search engine good fucking luck
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>>71598654
>brainlet can't use Debian
Thank god, keep the ubongers migrants out of Debian and make them migrate to some Ubongo based distro.
>>71598770
Pretty easy to do. Even easier to go to sources.list and change stretch to buster in the repos.

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just when we thought we were free they pull us back in
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>>71599864
>admitting you're a fucking retard to make AMD look ebin
jesus christ

>>71599890
>admitting to spamming
enjoy your ban
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>>71599890
Every Ryzen except the APUs are multi CCX.
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>>71599890
>I clearly know nothing about the processor architecture.
>yet I claim to have a 2700X

Your normie is showing, also.

>Thinking JEDEC is a RAM brand
>Thinking the latency problem wasn't fixed by the L3 Cache
>Thinking only Zen2 is Multi-CCX
why are you in fucking /g/ then, go play with your 9900K and talk about games in /v/.
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>>71599942
based
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>>71599864
you're just an intcel false flagger

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How can I use my laptop in public with only me being able to see what's on the screen?
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Low brightnesss, hide in corner, close screen
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>>71591556
Lmao his head shape is literally the same as in the Chad meme
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>>71597601
Your brain was coping
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>>71597601
He does exist
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Just get a thinkpad

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Why is front end developers get shit on? inst it harder than back end niggers?
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Front end is literally just knowing the framework / languages you are using. It involves basically no algorythms and complexity theory, and the most advanced mathematical function most front end devs use is multiplication. You're quite literally just painting with words an the simplest of functions. The idiot proof languages like js and blatant overuse of libraries do the rest.
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>>71599105
Difficulty isn't in any particular side of system design. If you make a shitty back end, then you'll have to really get creative with how you handle it on the front. If you make a good back end with considerations for how the data needs to be handled on the front then of course it's going to be simple. Your post also implies that back end systems can't just be composed of a bunch of libraries and frameworks as well. Only brainlets work on one end with no consideration for the system overall.
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>>71599869
I worked on a company that had a "fullstack developer" remake their website. All logic was in the front end using angular and the zend backend was used only for retrieving and sending data. The login page downloaded 4mb of .js files everytime you accessed because he put a cache buster in every page.

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What is the /g/ approved email service
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>>71597987
Http://mailinabox.email
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>>71597825
>goymail
>trustworthy
kek
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>>71597620
Pay for webhosting that comes with email. Super comfy.
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>>71598085
What's schwarbage?
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>>71597620
Shell providers such as nyx.net which is rock solid.

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>he doesn't own programming socks
while y'all are obsessing over trannies i'm staying warm, comfy, and productive
stop caring about your image of masculinity to randos on the internet
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>>71599999
checked

inject testosterone

Welcome to /fglt/ - Friendly GNU/Linux Thread.

Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about GNU/Linux and share their experiences.

*** Please be civil, notice the "Friendly" in every Friendly GNU/Linux Thread ***

Before asking for help, please check our list of resources.

If you would like to try out GNU/Linux you can do one of the following:
0) Install a GNU/Linux distribution of your choice in a Virtual Machine.
1) Use a live image and to boot directly into the GNU/Linux distribution without installing anything.
2) Do not dual boot the GNU/Linux distribution of your choice along with Windows or macOS.
3) Go balls deep and replace everything with GNU/Linux.

Resources: Please spend at least a minute to check a web search engine with your question.

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who is he quoting?
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>>71599992
i use ranger on the cli, but my laptop keyboard are not fully functional so i have to use gui when im away
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>>71599773
Going to - I did of course select not to share data
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Fresh thread: >>71600078
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>>71599977
>better

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All of the software in your workplace is properly licensed right /g/?
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>>71594995
Before we moved our
workflow to Blender we used "student" versions of Maya and 3ds Max because fuck Autodesk.
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As much i hate my workplace but i hate m$ more
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Why does Windows licensing have to be so fucking confusing? How much do people make a year making sure companies are in compliance?
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The enterprise software industry needs to be starved.
Read Antifragile.
Put Big Software on a diet now so they're forced to cut out the bloat, and software quality in the future will be better, benefiting everyone.
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>>71596634
Snitching is snitching

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APOLOGIZE NOW

Friendly reminder that OpenBSD did nothing wrong and everyone shat on it for "muh tinfoil disabling HT" only to do so a few months later.

Also friendly reminder that Linus comment about OpenBSD devs being masturbating monkeys has aged horribly.

https://twitter.com/JimStLeger/status/1143342666350022657
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>>71598091
No. You're probably thinking of UBIFS, but that's only used on low-end MediaTek ones from what I can tell.
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>>71599377
What do you expect? No Linux fanboy will suddenly come out and say: "Yeah the OpenBSD guys were right about the x86 security thing"
They'll just keep on going in loops trying to not make a big deal out of it.
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>>71599435
Isn't UFS some smartphone thing? Replaces MMC or sth
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>>71599571
Yeah, looks like it's a communication standard for flash chips.
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>>71595105
>the beginning of the end
lmao you're more than a couple years slow there, champ

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How does /g/ feel about mariadb?
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>>71596956
This basically.
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>>71597504
Brainlet
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>>71594966
I'm sure it's immaculate
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>>71599312
You wouldn't know.
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>>71597504
I really detest postgresqls admin tools.

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who else /burnt out programmer/ here?
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if you burn out you're probably cooked bud
find something else
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I've been horrible since I started my divorce. I have too many real world problems and can't focus on tedious technical problems. I think this shit is partially why people prefer management as they get older. I still have the love for the work but it's really hard to sit and focus on the job all day, my mind is worried about my family and other stuff, then it's more stressful that my work performance drops. I'm ready to just become an electrician or something similar where I don't need to think.
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>>71598674
>code monkey thinks he job is harder than management
Pottery
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I was for quite a while, but I'm just doing little challenges and stuff to not forget everything while going back to school. It's not much at all, but I figured as long as I do a little bit SysAdmin work here, a little WebDev there, some K&R once in a blue moon, I'm doing fine.

>>71598674
>Electrician
>Not having to think

Maybe if you remain an apprentice all your life. Now imagine having to make sure the right amperage is going through the transformer that you're hooking up or you'll be fried with 10,000 Watts of mini-tesla death rays. As someone related to two electricians, one of them permanently disabled because of a blown panel, it's a fucking scary field after 240V. The worst thing I could do as a programmer is wipe out a database or ruin a company. A segfault or buffer overflow isn't going to make a LiveLeak like dropping a conductive tool in between a hot and neutral with three other people nearby.
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>>71598674
>prefer management as they get older
Management will make you want to kill yourself. Hardest job ever, and the hours will drive you insane.

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Emoji support in windows terminal
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>>71599370
B-O
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>>71599359
>crashes entire subnet of Windows hosts
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Have they released high quality versions of the logo yet?
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>this was a priority over stability
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It's just unicode decoding right? It's too bad Mr. Rajesh Gupta Sir and Stuart Basedstein the art degree intern put it before making the OS work.

Long time vimmer (but i still suck at it). I just saw orgmode and now I'm seriously reevaluating my life decisions. Is it worth switching? Emacs has always been a pain in the ass for me.
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>>71599490
What is a pain in the ass, specifically?
Also, you should go to the Emacs thread.
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>>71599490
Probably not. A lot of keybinds in Emacs are brain damage and need to be remapped (or EVIL mode used). Emacs is a lot more bloated. Unless you have a very specific need or intend to utilise most of its features, I'd say relearn vim properly and report back.


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