is there someone hosting an image analogy service?
i want to make some of these but i dont have the hardware nor do i want to compile a bunch of shit
one that does A:A'::B:B' rather than the vgg16 nightmare eye world reverse image searching shit
So /g/ what's the point of learning real programming instead of being a code monkey? People are so dumb they don't even care optimizing/protecting their software, they just write it in some high level shit like .NET/Java and then sell it.
I recently cracked Holdem Manager 2, software which costs $89, and it didn't even have any protection, not even an obfuscator or hidden inline license checks, plain .NET code
Have Pajeets taken over programming and turned it into Kode with Kwhore? Where to go now? Physics?
Alright smartguy, try to think up a unified theory for the spaghetti shitfest that is quantum mechanics and general relativity. Better yet, try to prove that P=NP and watch the world burn trying to find out an algorithm for every NPcomplete problem.
I'm looking for a semi budget graphics cards that is pretty much just good enough to play modern pc games on med-high. I only wanna spend like 100-300 dollars,
Pic VERY MUCH not related.
Which online publications do you keep up with?
What went wrong?
Hated systemd when it came. Now I acknowledge it's a lost battle. Putting philosophy and 'clean' unix design aside it has given us great boot times, security, container support, ..
>great boot times
motherfucker how many times a day do you start your shit for this to be a bullet point? I've NEVER though "hmm, someone should improve this boot time, I just can't handle this shit anymore"; what's with this boot time meme?
on topic: nothing
THANK YOU Carl Icahn!!!
>produce products so good that users won't have any reasons to upgrade for years
>change your company policy to double the number of new models every year
>go bankrupt because nobody cares about your new phones while old ones are still stronk
rip in peace based appol
I wanted to buy a nice GPU next month, although I'm not much of a gamer still wanted something able to run games on high/ultra. I saw that GTX 970 went down in price, is it worth despite having only 3.5 vram?
>He's still using Google's botnet or Mozilla's outdated, slow shitbox
This browser will change everything. It has a built-in AdBlock and an alternative system to reward website content creators with Bitcoin.
This is it boys. This is the browser you'll hear about often in the near future. Screencap this.
(It's called Brave btw.)
I'm looking for an image viewer that is capable of browsing archives. Does anyone have any recommendations?
Hey /g/, my 3 year old phone is in bad condition and I'm definitely thinking of buying a new one.
Budget is around 400$ and I'm currently rooting for the Nexus 5X, although unexpandable storage (I listen/like having lots of music on my phone) and the rarity/cost of USB type C adapters in my country are really turning me off.
Please note that I do not game on my device and I'd like to have more than decent battery life and a good camera, if possible.
So, what're your thoughts and recommendations?
Thanks in advance.
There are justcertain apps that everyone who buys a new device immediately installs, for one reason or another.
What are the android apps that you install that makes your Android comfy ?
In no particular order.
-Hide System Bar
What gets you off?
Does /g/ use keyboard covers in order to keep their keyboard nice and clean at the expense of comfort?
I left school with good grades i just didnt take any high level math i dropped them early in which i regret so much. Ive always been interested in computing science i took it in hs and done really well in it, but i heard that for comp sci you need to know alot of math, i only learnt basic algebra i didnt pay much attention to math but now i dont know if i should take comp sci or not due to me not knowing any high lvl math like calc etc. Any ComSci students here that can give adv
How fucked am I? HDD spins normally, no clicking or anything, but doesn't show up as a drive. Shows up in device managers and BIOS still; connected with an enclosure right now.
Tried testdisk and it just read errors when it tries to analyze; recuva doesn't pick up the HDD. Any ideas on what to try? Was quoted $250 for data recovery if successful, out of my budget range right now though.
Nope, it's about 4 years old. Kill me.
I'm assuming the dumb shit like replacing logic board/freezing it wouldn't do anything here; would a professional even be able to recover from this HDD?
>host project on github
>gets forked by a much more skilled developer
>he makes really good, consistent progress
>project starts to get popular, someone writes about it in a blog
>try and PR, get ignored