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/g/ waifus
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>>68875543
Shes such a cutie, always loved that pic. Brain's hella attractive
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>>68904104
>>68899629
This board is dead, let it go.
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God tier waifu
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>>68875543
> literally printed source code output.
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>>68905777
>muh maki
>muh loli
It was literally one shitposting faggot forcing this stupid crap, shit's died when said faggot moved on with his life.

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Regular OP has been sleeping for the last 14 hours edition.

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>COMPLETE BEGINNERS GUIDE
https://github.com/kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap

>Free beginner resources to get started
Get a good understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn - a good introduction (independent of your browser choice)
https://www.freecodecamp.org
https://www.codecademy.com
https://hackr.io
https://www.theodinproject.com/


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>>68906498
As an arbitrary example, I'm pretty sure Netflix uses Node.js a decent amount. Not sure whether they use Express though.

But that's not a great way to compare frameworks and languages. You could technically clone any one of those sites in cobol on wheelchair, but that doesn't mean it would be a good idea.
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>>68906358
I know raw html/css/javascript/php, but never used any frameworks. I usually just make Wordpress/prestashop themes and plugins.
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>>68905955
Just use Typsecript
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hey, so why this function works?
specifically, why does s.opacity decreces?
Only thing i see is the shorthand for if-then-else, but how is the if part inside () also gets applied?
isnt it just a comaprision statement?
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Fucking Sequelize for Node makes creating queries such a pain in the fucking ass, isn't there a package or something where i can just write a normal SQL query like

>Select * FROM <table> WHERE <some shit>

and it will just werk for Node?

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last one died, void + xfwm + compton uWu, first rice
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>>68885677
Kden
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For you fags
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>>68906689
Wait forgot the image fuck
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>>68900559
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Void + st + dwm = UwU

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what usb3 drivers do I need to pack in to my windows 7 bootable usb to install that fucking thing I don't want windows 10
my motherboard is an aorus b450 chipset board the one with wifi
pic unrelated
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>>68907087
Gentoo
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>>68907148
FPBP
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>>68907087
just buy a ps2 keyboard.
I embedded usb drivers for win 7 in my install for a 2700x and asus b450-f
install worked, then when i got to desktop - no usb at all.

after using a ps2 with a fresh install, i was able to get it working 100%. its mint now.

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General discussion about Machine Learning, Deep Learning and AI.

The Deep Learning textbook:
https://www.deeplearningbook.org/

Deepmind Reinforcement Learning & Deep Learning introduction playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqYmG7hTraZDNJre23vqCGIVpfZ_K2RZs

Arxiv Sanity Preserver:
http://www.arxiv-sanity.com/

Deep Learning frameworks comparison:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_deep_learning_software
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>>68867390
excuse me what the fuck is this? i'm trying to use this decensor tool but it keeps showing me this message
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>>68907028
It's nothing. If you actually RTFM, you'd see you have to have an input file in the input folder exactly as it directs you to do so with the green paint png's.

RTFM. BTW, that program is really, really hit or miss. It works ok on some images where it's kinda messy and you can't tell much of a difference, but is extremely noticeable on images that are clean and smooth.
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>>68907081
>RTFM
didn't work either way
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>>68907205
wait never mind am retarded i forgot to rename the second file
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>>68907205
Just works on my machine
 $ uname -r
4.19.8-arch1-1-ARCH

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>tfw got a job making dashboards for one of the biggest tech companies in australia
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>australia
There's no such thing. What is it?
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>>68906049
fpbp
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>>68905598
inb4 you get gagged by the australian government and have to backdoor it
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>>68906197
how ironic.
*cough cough* HUAWEI *cough* NBN

how hypocritical are australians i mean come on

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>I use Caps Lock to capitalize individual letters
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I only use capslock when typing in long software keys or serial numbers.
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I use it as a backspace. Another valid option is ctrl for my emacs niggaz
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>>68906237
I use caps lock a lot because I have it bound to my $mod key in i3 on my arch Linux config for quick and ergonomic productivity with simple keybinds.
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>>68906420
Try it. It makes you type extremely fast when you get used to it. Just use your pinky to tap Caps on and off at the start of a sentence. It's only hard when you have to TyPe LiKe ThIs.
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MY CAPS IS ALWAYS ON, BUT I HOLD SHIFT TO TYPE SMALL LETTERS WHEN I WANT TO evade surveillance agencies.

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how the fuck can I make an android app run forever in the background in oreo?

I'm using ACTION_REQUEST_IGNORE_BATTERY_OPTIMIZATIONS

and

PARTIAL_WAKE_LOCK

And the shit still kills my socket after ~10 min.

This App wont go into the ShitStore, so I don't care about breaking googles rules.
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>>68907009
Go back
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You need to make it display a permanent notification
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>>68907009
You can't. Just use a foreground service.
https://developer.android.com/about/versions/oreo/background

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What advantage does Linux have over Windows beside muh customization?
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>>68906670
It's good, but it's not an industry standard. But neither is MS.
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>>68896245
It doesn't break the system if you get a custom theme and then update.
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>>68903932
>autist
Into the trash you go.
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>>68898032
>By this time, you'd *maybe* have seen your fresh Windows desktop
Five minutes from on switch to desktop. Do you not even unattend.xml?
>still have hours of updating
One update, done. Do you not even wusa.exe?
>software installation/configuration
Kick off batch file. Do you not even install script?
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>>68896245
You can use your computer to actually do things that help you, that you wouldn't even have thought about, and it doesn't just stand in the way of your life, being a chore to maintain, and trying to distract you from doing anything useful, productive or interesting.

I swear my life has been better since I stopped taking notes in Word, EverNote, and various shitty bloated software that looked so good because of the "cloud", and now use nano to type raw text in extension-less files, directly on my home computer on which I can ssh from any place on the planet, and I don't have any bullshit "history" or broken "search" features, everything is versionned automatically on Mercurial and I can grep at the speed of light. It's been better since I can just type the name of an artist and automatically download the entire FLAC discography from my favorite tracker and play it as once, rather than having to deal with bullshit iTunes and Spotify. It's been better since I download MP4s straight off Youtube and watch them on VLC instead of dealing with Youtube's endless waves of javascript bullshit that serve no purpose other than shoving a probe up my ass and using it to inject ads into my rectum, not to mention I now block ads at DNS level. It's been better since I use a lightweight PDF reader rather than the gasworks anything Adobe has become- don't even get me started on how simply installing Adobe Reader requires downloading the installer of the downloader of the setup so you can finally install it as you download it, all the while having to accept bullshit EULAs, and then it eats all your ram and updates in a loop.

I was so fucking retarded back then when I was using Windows, OSX, and associated bullshit, I was literally wasting my time in front of a computer, to the point pen and paper were more efficient. But it's not like pen and paper is the best thing on Earth, it's just that Windows/OSX is one of the worst way of using a computer.

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I need the advanced /g/ lowdown.
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>>68907029
all games are
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>>68907021
Actually, I was semi-wrong there, I guess. There isn't any stuff with you needing to share any revenue, just gotta own one of the licenses, yes.
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>>68906009
Doesn't il2cpp resolve this issue? It is now available for all platforms Unity supports, or at least the most relevant ones. Not to mention, there are a couple obfuscars available on the asset store that resolve the Unity specific issues if you don't want to use il2cpp.

>>68906538
I wish Unreal had better documentation and examples for how to work with C++. It feels like blueprints get way more focus, especially in the community discussions. For simple things I find blueprints convenient, but anything with flow control and loops quickly becomes a nightmare.
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>>68907055
Is that why everything runs like shit
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>>68907135
memory allocation can cause hiccups but virtuals, no, virtuals being 'expensive' is a meme

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> Guys, guys guys! Why don't normies all switch to Linux!? Why don't they understand the POWER of
>Package manager
>Update when you want
>Updates don't take the whole pc hostage
>(depends on the distro) package manager can revert updates and/or freeze packages to a version of your liking
>You can choose your filesystem
>You can choose your desktop environment
>Virtual filesystem model is not a drive letter system relic from the DOS era
>Fully open source, save from some optional drivers and applications
>Fully usable command-line environment
>All of the advantages of a (modular) monolithic kernel, with little to none instability
>(depends on the distro) fully featured system (video/network car driver, web browser, mail >client, office suite, video player) available after a fresh install
>(depends on the distro) No builtin telemetry
>(depends on the distro) Better security


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>>68906161
Another one hoping the year of the Linux desktop never comes. If it did, you'd have to learn something new or be judged for your baby duck syndrome by your peers for not switching to the next cool thing. Threatened by this, you've made a 'Linux sux thread #15396'. Don't you feel even a little bad?
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>elitism works wonders
dumb people find linux hard to grasp and work with. this is why linux to an higher extend is immunized against cancer.

all tech should have a "you must be at least this intelligent" sign to scare of users who shouldn't be allowed near it.
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>>68906161
>great software
>MS office, iWork, Kindle, Ondrive, iBooks
All complete garbage. go away shill
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>>68906161
It's really more simple than that.
To most people, a computer is a tool to get a job done.
See most of the comments in this thread: none of these anons have worked a day in their lives, so can't even conceive of this.
So there will always be a disconnect - people who have a computer as a tool (the 90% you mention), and people who have a computer as a toy (people you see ITT).
The former group matter. The latter do not, and can be safely ignored.
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>>68906238
>A computer isn't a computer unless it can run my [subpar freetard shitware]
gee I love these threads

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>got a new hp laptop
>has 5400 rpm hdd
>buy ssd
>buy ram
>buy noctua nt-h1 b/c stock paste sucks
>have to open the entire sucker up to upgrade the ram, replace stock thermal paste, and storage b/c it's a "modern laptop"
>try to install ubuntu since it "just werks"
>boot ubuntu
>try to install on ssd
>it doesn't give me the option of choosing the ssd
>5 minutes of googling later
>I have to open gparted and create an allocation table on the ssd before it can get selected
Was this shit suppose to be obvious? Is this why Linux is normie-adverse? Or I'm I just retarded?
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>>68904989
read the man pages*
man command
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having trouble installig ubuntu is a sign that you should kys as soon as you can
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>>68904924
Don't listen to these bullies, I'm proud of you and you are not retarded. Ubuntu is beginner friendly so you "won't run into many problems", but when you do just problem solve (like you did) and learn something new.
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>>68904924
yeah the ubuntu installer sucks
but windows has the same problem, the installer often can't find unformatted drives for some reason. (it seems to be much better than it used to be though)

and at least gparted is pretty easy to use
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>>68904924
>2019 - 19 days
>buying consumer grade laptops

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>new job is running gentoo as servers
Should I run?
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Nice job on saving that image for ants.
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>>68906962
reinstall gentoo
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>>68906962
Cleaning your uncle's basement isn't a job

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My sister is 27 or 28 and into robots. What robotics kit do I get her for Christmas? I think she has a lego mindstorms kit and some sort of car robot now.
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>>68904424
Get her an Arduino with a motor control shield. With that she can more or less design and program whatever she wants.
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>>68904715
only true mature adults post on 4chan....that's why it's 18+, right?
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>>68904570
Big talk from a big virgin.
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>>68904707
Looks fun but expensive
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Bumping, any other suggestions?

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rolling edition

What are you working on, /g/?

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>>68907041
exactly what I had in mind, thank you! like writing as I'm teaching myself or someone else, right?
I'm also not sure about subjects I could write about: can I have a whole blog post about using for each instead of a for to iterate over arraylists or is it better to write about it inside a blog post about a project or a small program? I feel that as much as I know the subject I don't necessarily need to vomit my knowledge just to show off like "I know how this works, look how smart I am as a beginner"
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>>68907143
>Julia is god tier
You know, I gave it a fair shot, but there are just too many weird quirks of Julia that make it a pain to work with coming from C/C++ (like, how you can't really change variables inside a for loop unless you do a weird *let* block, how doing Array[a][b] doesn't lead to an error (even when it likely is, forcing you to read through about a hundred lines seeing where tf the issue could be), and so on.

>>68907162
No it's not.
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>>68907171
> can I have a whole blog post about using for each instead of a for to iterate over arraylists or is it better to write about it inside a blog post about a project or a small program?
That's a great question! What do you want your blog to be like? Do you want it to be more of a "Hey! I'm doing cool projects and here's some things I discovered along the way" or more of a "Hey! I'm a beginning programmer who's noticing these neat tricks for the first time and here's an example of me using them in action".

You'll find your voice eventually. Try writing a couple, ask for feedback, and try adapting your style to something that works best for the ideas you're trying to convey. Best of luck mate!
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>>68902534
Does this count?




import android.support.v7.app.AppCompatActivity;
import android.support.annotation.RequiresApi;
import java.util.function.IntUnaryOperator;
import java.util.Random;


@RequiresApi(api = Build.VERSION_CODES.N)
public class FunctionPassingExample extends AppCompatActivity {


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