I'm new into programming(Python), I'm using Visual Studio right now, do you people know other good program for coding?
and other question, you guys know if _init_ method works on visual studio?
is it too late to get started on this shit?
you're much too late. Both bitcoin and scrypt-based coins like litecoin have ASIC miners. GPU days are long gone.
I stand by my theory that the NSA perpetrated bitcoin so that they could get cheap SHA cracking hardware
ITT: Your 5 favorite applications of all time. (not including games)
Sometimes i see some computers for public use that are programmed in some way (8with windows 8.1 inside) that restores it selves everytime someone use it and turn it off so the next person that comes to use it see it as a new restored pc. How can it be done? there is some way that i can stop a computter doing that? Do i require admin password to do that? Post here what you know about it please I need help. This computer uses Windows 8.1.
How do you manage to use Cyanogenmod or any other customs roms without the S-pen features built into the stock Touchjizz rom? This shit feels like a huge ass S5 without those features.
Pen on a phone is fucking silly. Nexus all the way.
Why are Linux libraries needed when writing a driver? Aren't they supposed to work without any help from the operating system?
I've been reading up on network engineering with the hope of starting my own ISP, even if it's just cut-rate wi-fi service for students, NEETs and the elderly I feel there is a market.
I still don't get what ISPs actually do. Why are there so few, why is there service so expensive? Why don't a few cucks at Comcast go out on their own and start competing? Why haven't you started your own ISP?
Bumping. I'm very curious.
Based on my research so far there appear to be two main barriers to entry:
1) bandwidth or physical wires
2) data center - having a computer to process and route requests connected (seemingly ideally) to a peering station
2) seems like the easier point to conquer, although I haven't yet been able to figure out how to get on a peering station and create needed address lookup tables.
1) seems like the real bitch. Cable companies own all the cables and aren't going to let you use them so starting a competing ISP in a typical, let's say suburban setting, would require a huge investment in laying cable. In some more densely populated urban areas it could be a more attractive investment.
There is infrastructure associated with it besides just the datacenter. You need cable technicians that can run line and diagnose problems, you need people that can setup modems and routers in old or retarded people's homes, etc. On top of all of this, if your going to have a fleet of vehicles running around doing all this shit you also need dispatchers, mechanics, and what not for your fleet. There is a fuck ton of overhead involved and it is a huge thing to manage properly.
I'm a new technical artist and I want to learn HLSL and had a couple of questions regarding this.
Is it still relevant or did something else come up?
Should I do GLSL instead/first?
Is XNA a better start? I'm kind of lost between the 3 of them if someone could explain it to me.
What would be a good place to start/ressource?
I'm new to scripting and coding and haven't had any prior experience aside from a bit of C# in Unity.
Thanks for any help mates
XNA isn't a shader language and you can use both HLSL and GLSL in Unity
I would go for HLSL first since DX is still better performance wise most of the time but then learn GLSL since it's not that different anyway
Do you want your graphics programming skills be still relevant in 5-10 years?
If you do, learn GLSL and Vulkan (modern OpenGL is fine in the meantime while you wait for the Vulkan drivers to mature a bit).
If you don't, learn HLSL and Direct3D.
What tech would you buy with 50 dollars, /g/? The money could be spread out to buy more items.
Need some help, last second.
So I'm traveling in a few hours and I'm taking my workstation with me. Problem is that I only have one antistatic bag, and it's from the gou. I can't go out and buy any new bags, cause it's midnight and I leave in three hours. Currently I have all the parts wrapped in bubble wrap sitting inside the case in the luggage bag. Is there anything I can do? How fucked am i? Think putting clothes in that bag is a no. Anyone can recommend anything? Thanks in advance.
What's the most useful or impressive thing you've ever programmed /g/?
Pic not related.
i regularly program CNC machines
i once got a lathe to run on lua side by side with a real time simulation in roblox
it crashed roblox and then crashed the tool, but i considered it a success
how long until touchscreen have haptic feedback?
Also, can someone here explain how glasses can create bumps?
I thought there was a more recent article on this, but variable friction is a pretty cool feature. Software keyboards with friction could be really good
>Leave Ubuntu PC running overnight
>in the morning its been upgraded to Windows 10
> left Ubuntu on overnight and it upgraded to windows 98
>OS users in technological relevance generalized
Windows users: rednecks - no clue of anything
Apple users: faggots - likes to be fucked in the ass
Linux users: grumpy & edgy - fed up with bullshit
-SysAdmins: Easy money *cha-ching*
>google search is your enemy
-Gaymer: look at them frags!! *dies* OMFG LAG!
>buying razer again and again after defunctioning hardware
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well you sure did start a thread
maybe not the wisest thing you've done today, but you did
Do you think we will see ram die or morph into something else in our life time?
I don't know much about ram but wonder what it's validity is with m.2 or pc is ssds as fast as they are could they be a viable replacement?
What about all that real estate on cpu's, dump the apu and just cram a shit load cache?
it depends on how lazy developers are in the future.
amd wants to integrate HBM memory into their APU so they can vastly increase the HSA capability, but this needs software to be written for it.
Yes. Both Intel and HP are throwing money at FRAM and Memister technology. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memristor Its an engineering problem at this point so it'll be solved within our life times (actually likely within the decade).
These chips means your non-volatile and volatile storage can be unified.