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c++ single file header in order to better for gas and blockchain.
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>>84671157
just install rust bro
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>>84671180
dilate
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>>84671180
>just install rust bro
Embarrassing. when you livestream your suicide, please don't forget about us and drop us a link.
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>>84671211
uh, i'm a man
>>84671516
will do, anyone you want me to give a shout out to?

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Anyone used this phone in america before? I am heading there soon, was going to buy a simcard but every carrier says it's not supported, although it supports the bands of most carriers. What gives? Is it just because its not sold in america? Any experiences?
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>>84669986
land of the free lmao
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>>84669949
>no NFC support

Meh.
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>>84670566
it has nfc. i pay with it all the time. what you looking at? also bumperino. apparently this is the same as the moto one 5g
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>>84670578
I stand corrected, I never thought I'd see a Moto G with NFC. Pretty glad Motorola is finally making some changes there.
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>>84670633
Moto had nfc since for ever, just not in the US (for whatever reason)

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>pay $400 more
>the extra GPU power is useless since nobody actually utilizes it
>have two hours less battery life
LMAO
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>>84671012
Thinkpads are a fucking huge meme
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>>84671009
So the lower GPU one is for you then? What is the problem?
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>>84671026
if you want a quality shitposting machine and light emulation machine they are not, you can get them so cheap under 200$ and they just work, and can be repaired. Now if you're doing professional 4k+ video editing and photo editing yea go buy a macbook, but chances are you probably already own one anyways.
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>>84671012
>if you want a laptop that can run for 12 hours watching videos, then most likely you are somewhere with a charger anyways.
What kind of logic is that? If I want a laptop that can run for 12 hours that's precisely because I spend a lot of time in environments without any wall sockets nearby.
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>>84670989
traditional DDR4 memory has a bandwidth of >16gb/s, if that's not enough for your homo codec you should probably just kill yourself

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Unity and other high level frameworks like it don't make it for me. I'm more interested in learning to program games and 3d engines from scratch, no matter how basic or low resolution, using only C and the standard library or assembly and just a simple framebuffer, like it's the 80s and 90s. What's the best for this?
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https://github.com/ssloy/tinyrenderer/wiki // Doesn't get much lower level than this IIRC you literally have to implement line drawing algorithms from scratch yourself.

You'll need to learn OpenGL / Vulkan / DirectX / WGPU if you want an acceptable framerate for anything non trivial, but tinyrenderer is good to understand the basics of computer graphics without using a gfx api yet.
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>>84671424
Thanks man. Looks interesting and exactly what I was searching.

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I don't give a shit about my privacy.

I just hate corporations.

Simple as.
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>>84671346
+ SponsorBlock
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>>84671346
>Simple as.
There's that midwit phrase again
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>>84671401
>midwit
he say the funny word yet again guys
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What are you working on, /g/?
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>>84672502
>What is 2D with depth? It's 3D.
Technically yes, but would you call your OS right now 3D for having windows layered ontop of each other?

You don't know how MSAA works. It works with the depth buffer turned off completely.
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>>84672497
get in >>84672121
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>>84671824
>>84671857
I don't want to use it but the API forces me to

>>84671966
Every time i try to store the result to a var (of whatever fucking type) it just skips over the line in debugging, it's driving me crazy
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>>84671624
>everything is rendered in 2D in the end.
Sure, I just specified software rendering so that Anon wouldn't think that a 3D accelerator was a fundamental requirement for perspective mapping. They already asked whether or not it was possible in 2D, not how to do it.
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>>84672542
I guess you can actually use MSAA without a depth buffer if you're doing 2D rendering, but again that's a degenerate case of full MSAA with the depth test.

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I am getting addicted to tweeking Linux and making perfect free Operating system with least ammount of proprietary software.

Its really getting fucking addicting getting more and more control over software
Is this what freedom feels like?

I want to examine every binary number

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How many of you guys plan to leave your job after the new year?
The more and more I work the more I realize why people are leaving these companies in droves, it's almost as if management hates us because they can no longer micromanage us in the office. I'm working 5x harder than I ever worked in office and I'm asking myself why the fuck I'm allowing this shit to take place.
What the fuck is going on with our sector and how can we fix it?
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>>84668265
I refuse to work overtime and keep getting fired after a year usually because of the discussions that ensue. I always find a new job that pays even better than the last but those multi-round interviews are tedious.
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>>84668173
Just get 2-3 remote data entry jobs and automate them. Easy money
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>>84668667
I would suggest you were surely joking if I wasn't helping someone out the other day who was doing just that.

Furthermore, these dinosaur firms had 50 years to figure out security and never did a darn thing. We've been played like a fiddle.
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>>84668248
How do you NEET for 5 years? Legit question. How do you pay your bills or save for your future?
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>>84668173
I am. Simply because current job market makes it super easy to find a better one.

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He's explaining computers AND fixing the world? Holy shit, he truly is the king of /g/..
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>>84668090
he just explains computers, that's it
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low effort self-promoting post
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Whom ?
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>>84669437
Is there anything more beutiful than The english countryside
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>>84669437
look at the shoulders on this lad. chiseled from granite he is.

one of you fools posted this and i need ANSWERS!!!
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imagine spoonfeeding a tripfag
imagine not saging this
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knowyourmeme com/photos/1475445-cuck
now overuse it like a retard and gtfo
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>>84671077
your sins are forgiven.
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>>84671077
idiot redditor

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How hard is to make a vpn based on WireGuard that even normies with macOS and Windows will use it?
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>>84670906
either you're a tailscale shill or you're describing tailscale and haven't heard of it
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>>84670906
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>>84671203
>describing tailscale and haven't heard of it
Never heard of it
>>84671236
I know it, I used it, I installed and configured it, both in proprietary access server and community edition variants and I want to avoid it.
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>>84670906
sorry kgb, not gonna use ur shit
openvpn or bust
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> all these wireguard shills
> vpnlets who cant setup a fucking ipsec tunnel
> not just installing strongswan on a server
> then make a simple nsis based installer that just runs a few powershell scripts to install your root ca and create the vpn connection

Tell me anon, does your hyper super "wireguard" even have the ability to do 2 factor auth? Can it use radius for AAA? Can it be integrated with endpoint agents?

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Should I become a Webdev/NetEngineer to learn how things work on "the inside".
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>>84671076
>Whats the best way to learn hacking/pentesting?
download kali/blackarch and start trying to compromise your own network and devices on it.
then pay (((them))) to get certified
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>>84671076
for me ctf's provided a great way to get into that kind of stuff, but I'm still learning so idk about anything else
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>>84671076
try tryhackme/hackthebox
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>>84671076
Pentesting is a pretty low skill job.
Takes just a few weeks to learn and pen testing companies often provide their own course because that's the easiest way for them to get employees.

It's just a long list of known exploits you run through using specialized software.
Takes some initial setup but then it's mostly automated.
Of course managers don't know this and easily pay thousands of dollars for an hour of work and a computer generated report.

Discovering new exploits is a real challenge but that's not part of a "hack and pen" test.

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have you ever damaged a high-priced piece of tech while attempting to repair it, /g/?
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>>84665640
>insert meme
>why can't i hold all these envelopes?
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>>84669848
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>>84670695
Turbobased
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>>84670695
it seems the lore behind this guy is really deep
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>>84670695
>>>/wsg/4238038

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I feel like a tech boomer even though im 20, everyone in my family thinks im a tech genius since I have basic computer knowledge. Can you guys recommend me books from surface level to advanced, so im no longer a fake. Thanks.
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>>84671017
They probably just stroke your ego so you keep tying things into google for them

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Should people be made to learn assembly before any other programming language? Note that I'm not talking about what's best for the industry, but whether or not this would produce better programmers (even if it just filters out the dumb ones). Suppose the instruction set used is one everybody can agree upon as a universal starting point.
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>>84669211
no, assembly is machine dependent, and a waste to learn.
if anything just learn some simple assembly like 8008 ISA, just to understand the underlying mechanics.
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>>84669211
>Should people be made to learn assembly before any other programming language?
absolutely. anyone that calls themselves a programmer than can't program in any assembly language isn't a programmer, they are are merely fucking morons.

>>84669237
>>84669260
> can't code at all

>>84670603
>no, assembly is machine dependent, and a waste to learn.
you really have no idea what's going on. you should stick to rust tranny threads. they might suit you best.
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>>84671068
> hurr durr im a retard

assembly is machine dependent. try compiling x86 assembly on ARM you massive faggot.

i understand and can write assembly for any ISA.
but it's not useful for anything other as a mental bridge.
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>>84671130
>assembly is machine dependent
>try compiling x86 assembly on ARM
who would even think this, rajeesh? you are one retarded fucking nigger. my god you people here are so computer illiterate that it's just embarrassing to witness. you should try learning something sometime, you fucking moron. assembly for you faggots is apparently such an alien concept that you fail to understand any of it. i would suggest you learn how to kill yourself so that the internet never has to see your low iq thought bubbles ever again.
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>>84671226
> (you)
you're real butthurt that your advanced knowledge of ISA tables, xmm0s and label jmpz is USELESS.
fucking wanker.




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