>still not owning the HTC HD2
How much would I have to pay for this botnet, if I wanted to do Android app it in and publish it?
>two hunded fuckin dollars
>not buying a Kobo for 8 years ago for less than 20$
Desks are technology
What desk do you have?
Right now I have this POS glass desk but on friday a nice new desk comes in.
I use an Ahrend desk similar to this one. I got it for free from my boss when the office got equipped with new desks that can be toggled between standing and sitting modes. Complete waste of money really as nobody uses the standing mode.
Budget is up to $600. Would like to buy new.
Technically technology bro. Storing your music in flac or wav is so 2000s, get with the times.
If you want new, Project Debut is considered entry level. Anything less than is considered to be worse than digital and damage vinyl. You also need a preamp so that could get up to $600.
Used is where it's at but you have to understand the market.
Daily reminder to check your computer for C4 explosives
Hey People/bronies, I'm trying to install this. I already have another image mounter? What do?
>I would've liked to bump with tits, but I've already had a bad experience with that in a blue board
I tried... so so hard. Here are more pictures of the files. May they help
Your distro is amazing except for the fucking _________. What is it and what would you do about it, anon?
i didnt emerge --sync for a month and then tried to install a program without syncing first. completely fucked the whole installation beyond fixing.
Did I fall for the meme?
I was always using vim because /g/ said it is the best.
Now I have python script, main file is ~300line long + few modules as import that I work on as well.
It feels uncomfortable to maintain all this with a vim, even with split.
Am I the only one?
Im considering visual code now.
Is there any other normal editor that would allow me to add this kind of shortcuts that vim has?
Like v+d, p
this, to be honest
in normal mode you can zip around with like 25j 25k gg G (and there's nothing to stop you scrolling with a mouse...)
if it's too much to look at visually, try :help fold
remember when things get dim give em vim
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>get to work
>only a few things to do today
>already want to go home
Why is tech such a shitty boring industry, I'd rather NEET than this.
Why the fuck do all Software engineering jobs require a CS degree not a fucking Software eng degree?
Uh, they don't?
Where and what are you applying to?
Literally the only discipline I've seen where companies are more restrictive is working with 'Big Company, Big Data', and then the CS degree is secondary, Stats or math preferred.
Any development job is more apt to hire SE or CIS unless you're working in the valley or something and applying for positions that are algo heavy, like shit at Google
Not sure about everyone, but I enjoyed the previous thread. It would be amazing if we're able to compile a list of Q&A to basic education when going to the technology field for reference.
I myself have a couple of questions on choosing a major.
Is CS a meme? Can it really get you anywhere in the future being on how saturated the world is with this degree?
Is a major in mathematics and a minor in CS a good way to go?
I've got some questions too.
How do I compete with the smart kids from MIT? with Pajeet? and with Chang?
Do I have to take calculus and other theoretical math?
Also, how much work is there? Will I have time for anime?
>How do you compete
>Do I have to take calculus and other theoretical math
It's should be required to take calculus and probably linear algebra, This is what separates computer scientists to programmers.
>How much work
Probably a lot if you want to compete
>Will I have time for anime
I'm afraid not, maybe you can squeeze some in.
What online email providers do you use?
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