What are you working towards? Need advice? Want to know how to use certs to get jobs? Post it here.
If you've got a tech career:
>Years of Experience
>How did you find/get job
This may or may not be completely irrelevant to the thread but here it goes anyway.
I'm a financefag but found a job in QA/business test/business analysis at a bank. Anyone have any experience with the role? How did you like it? What should I look out/prepare for, how are the exit opportunities?
I tried all fucking day to run this shit using retro pi and also a smal HTPC that I have.
It is fucking garbage on most games and I am tired to try to setup something on linux anymore.
Is there something that works out of the box?
Smart phone camera quality thread
any amd cards out there that are better then a GTX 980?
When i try to overclock my 4770k or just leave turbo core on, everytime it makes my keyboard freeze and my mouse freezes. after about 1 min into being started up my mouse stops working every time and the LED's on my keyboard flashes.
i've had the 4770k for 2 years and it's always been like that if i touch anything that makes it go over its basic clock speed of 3.5. why is it like that, i managed to keep it at 4.2 ghz before but after about 6 months that happened again.
Is hard to tell without being able to look at and analyze the board properly. If you can afford just buy another one, if not you are boned. Might be something with the power delivery and that can't really be fixed for good.
Also, before I forget:
>/g/ is NOT your personal tech support team
what are the chances that google will still be monitoring my activity even if I delete all this and inactivate it
this goes all the way back to 2013 or something
What torrent client has the ability to add RSS over Web UI?
Currently running an Ubuntu Server with but I find no other alternative to x11 forwarding atm.
No CVEtorrent shills please
I'm not sure if transmission's WebUI can add RSS. However flexget uses a simple yaml file to get RSS torrents, and auto download them. Pretty easy and cosy once you get your file written too.
rtorrent + rutorrent
The answer is always rtorrent + rutorrent. If you care about really aggressive leeching then the answer is sometimes deluge, but usually it is still rtorrent + rutorrent
What the fuck is this?
Its not my video card, took it out, used integrated, same thing happens on both of them. I get an error code saying no keyboard detected even I tried PS/2 and USB?
Anyone got ideas?
What do you use for bookmarking web? Everything I found is unsatisfactory.
My ideal bookmarking tool (Boogle) would work like this:
a) I read an interesting math article. I can't seem to comprehend it but it's relevant to my interests and I'd like to read it later. I mark the URL via Boogle and I tell it "I'd like to read this later" and it will automatically dervie keywords. Later I search for "math article toread" and the article will pop up in 3.
b) By accident I find page with nifty tricks that improves my efficiency...
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Found this scrible.com. Made account and tested it a bit. It's closest to what I have in mind though it has too much stuff I don't need. You can bookmark URLs, serach by content (!), even add custom tags. Unfortunately searching by more tags requires Pro membership. And the Chrome extension is kinda lame. I want to bind bookmarking to a key, not some shitty toolbar.
All those Iphone 7 rumored photos. Disgusting. Is this finally the end of iphones? Especially with there being no jailbreak for like 260 days? About to switch to android and just deal with the bloatware.
Want to build a PC that's for casual use.
Media, internet, downloads.
But I also want it to double as my surveillance system. I've got 8 cameras from an old kit I want to hook up to the PC and use.
What do I need to do this?
Anyone able to help me get a build together?
So I'm building a PC and I'm at a crossroads.
I could opt for a 1070, but lose out on some storage and potentially some RAM, considering my budget.
Or I could go for a 980 Ti and be safely within the thresholds I have.
From what I've seen, performance of the cards is relatively similar so the 980Ti seems like a safer bet, but I want this build to be pretty future-proof.
Also, is the difference between RAM speeds really worth stressing over? 1600 - 2400MHZ.
>but I want this build to be pretty future-proof
You don't do this by getting an outdated previous generation video card.
>Also, is the difference between RAM speeds really worth stressing over?
Yes, quite a few things are highly dependent on memory speed. Get 3000mhz+
>but lose out on some storage and potentially some RAM
You can always add a HDD or another pair of memory sticks down the road quite easily.
what did they meany by this?
What other protocols besides SSTV can we use to transmit images using audio signals? I don't mean for any practical purpose but just wanted to see how it does when there's a lot of noise. Picture related.
Nothing prevents you from just modulating any binary data and transmitting it. If you want to have error correction you'll have to do your own however, which is easy. Just calculate some BCH codes (look it up, wikipedia) on a small block size (like 8 BCH code bytes for 128 data bytes) and you'll be able to recover a crapload of errors, especially if you write the BCH codes at the end of the frame and using a magic string + parity bits to detect them.
Some audio codecs like opus and aac have error recovery...
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Using this book for my web programming class this fall. How is it? Have any of you read it? I should mention I don't anything about web development...how can I be better prepared for this class?
If you're going that route, learn HTML and CSS as well so you can at least get a grasp of the full stack.
Don't rely too heavily on phpMyAdmin when the time comes, its sort of a crutch when it comes to learning the PHP and MySQL combination.
The answer to that question depends on how exactly you played with Oracle. Did you configure it?
The number if syntax differences is minute and sparse, however Oracle in general is more like an operating system in the configuration sense. There is a lot more "meat" to it, although the foundations of both are pretty similar (i.e.: the differences between GNU/Linux and Windows)