ITT: 10/10 microchip packaging
I hereby declare Glados as the staple voice for all top tier AI's
Who's with me?
I always thought that Fedora was a serious distribution but this is golden.
Why the fuck are pdf libraries so expensive?
I need to generate pdfs for a client. Most of the commercially available libraries are very expensive.
Can someone recommend one that isn't expensive? I'm currently language agnostic.
I've had to do this as a sort of catalog style program. Didn't want to waste any time. I found an old deprecated library for Java. I tested it and it worked. Holy fuck setting up the formatting was ass. Took like 3 days or just messing around to make it look nice. It works though.
>mfw they still use it 5+ years later
I'm using that currently.
Newest version is 7 but the developer of it went full jew.
It's either AGPL or commercial license. AGPL is like FOSS cancer. Even if you just it as lib you have to make your project AGPL too.
Commercial license price is given out only on demand and from what I could find on the net is somewhat of $2000 upwards with various not so clear license models (volume, OEM, unlimited, etc.)
I just bought pic related for £115 new/boxed
Tell me how badly I fucked up
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For questions that don't deserve their own thread
So I wanna get a monitor that 'converts' anything I watch into smooth 120fps and above. I know on my 120hz TV there's this smooth motion button.
Like I need a 4k monitor 144hz that upscale everything to 4k and make all the videos I watch 'butter' smooth wether it'd be from YouTube or animu or anything basically..
What brand and model is recommendation for my requirements?
You're referring to frame interpolation.
This is not possible without a processor calculating what comes between two frames.
In the case of a television, this means there is a slight lag in the video vs audio, which is not very noticeable from so far away on such an imprecise screen.
You can do things like this with specific programs.
Look up SVP (Smooth Video Project).
It works quite well for what you're doing, but will only apply to movies/shows.
How many of you are """"Computer Scientist"""?
What is the best http server?
Which is more beautiful?
Lisp or Perl?
Is this a common bug? It seriously triggers me that the headers don't line up the way they're supposed to.
Anon, I think you should upgrade to a better os
Moto G 4th gen will be exclusive to Amazon in India.
>inb4 poo in loo
Where are good tech jobs based in the US?
I will not go to California. I'd prefer to avoid NYC. I'd like something with Scala or Haskell (I've got 5 years experience with the former). Am I out of luck?
How should I back up my computer /g/? Just drag 'n' drop the important files to my external hard drive? Windows 10 btw.
I enjoy reading a lot of ebooks on different devices (mostly my old kindle 4, but also on my smartphone via google play books) but it's pretty difficult to find them
torrents don't really work - because almost no one uploads/seeds them - and I mostly end up hoping for some random google search hit on some filesharing site or something
is there any good way to search for specific books? some site or something I don't know about?
>tl:dr: how do you pirate ebooks?
>go into barns and nobles store
>take video of books as you flip through them
Why are Lisp users so prone to being shills?
I never hear someone propagate Java or PHP
Functional "programmers" are INCREASINGLY NERVOUS over the fact that their favourite meme programming paradigm hasn't caught up in decades and that OOP has proven itself to be far superior, so they keep shilling against OOP and for functional "programming"...
>Once you learn Lisp you will see what is missing in most other languages
Agreed so hard. Just using anything functional makes you wish it was in other languages. It's a good thing most modern languages are catching up and implementing it or shipping with it