- HELLO ?
- DUDE I WROTE A FUCKING COMPILER
RING 0 ONLY!
Anyone have any experience with Keyboard and Mouse adapters for game consoles?
I've been considering getting the XIM4 for use on my PS4 but I'm worried about both input latency and accuracy. They're just emulating a controller input with the mouse, so can it really be as accurate as using a mouse normally?
I will not buy an iPhone until a microSD card port is added.
inb4 SanDisk case
Is it possible to get a job from self-learning to program and having no degree? Anything, just like a $30,000 per year kind of job? How long would it take? Or is it a fucking pipe-dream? I just want to make enough to live my own fucking studio apartment and eat.
If you have either of those/or all,
A. You have connections or friends
B. You have an amazing portfolio of projects, e.g good contributions to good open source projects, you worked on
C. You created something """groundbreaking""" or managed to publish something that gathered attention in the CS world
you might have a chance.
Otherwise you will very likely fall through filters very early and very likely not even get a interview at any decent company.
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Does anyone have any experience buying refurbished items from newegg? I'm considering picking up a new monitor and there's a refurbished version available for a pretty steep discount. Any good or bad tales to tell about refurbished items?
Specifically, I'm looking at the Asus PG278Q. The listing for the new item is 669$ and the listing for the refurbished is 479$. It seems a little too-good-to-be-true that I can pick up a refurbished one for nearly a third of the price off.
Refurbished items can be hit or miss, depending on the seller. I personally recommend not getting anything refurbished from newegg, based on the fact that their quality control is absolutely horrendous. Especially with that Asus monitor, you're taking a huge risk with dead pixels, backlight bleed, etc...
Of course the product might be just fine and dandy when you get it, unless you're prepared to send it back in case of defects and lose $40 on shipping, I wouldn't do it.
"Programming? What's that?" edition
Pick a challenge between 0-99, do it as quickly as possible and make your code as small and efficient as you can in the language of your choosing. Post code when you're done!
And don't forget, Have fun!
V1.4(Pretty much 3.0, but with a few different challenges)
Lmao, some of these I'm just thinking "yeah I could probably get that done in 30 minutes or so" then others I'm thinking "Holy shit I never want to roll this. That would take ages." What's a single algorithm challenge compared to writing a 3d FPS game for example? That's of course assuming I'm doing both from nothing but very basic tools.
That said, rollan
^ Fuck this guy
CREATE A PROGRAM THAT MUST
CREATE OBJECT IN AN AREA OF 10x10 SQUARES AND A PLAYER MUST MOVE TO FIND THIS OBJECT, EACH STEP PLAYER MADE YOU MUST TELL IF HE'S "Cold" or "Hot" (FAR OR CLOSE)
OR THIS BIRD WILL KILL YOU!
Old thread: >>55623304
What are you working on /g/?
how do i decide on a good github nickname?
my name is kinda odd (european name), and i don't know if that might be a problem
is there really any reason to go for razer or any other overpriced brand when alternatives like this exist that cost less than half the price?
There is nothing on the market that equals the Logitech only Pixart PMW-3366 used in the G303, G502 and G900.
Sure, cheaper mice do the job, and there are other great sensors out there, but this one has currently no rival. Downside is, the mice are expensive, but given Logitech's customer service and support and product durability, I find the price justified.
How do you pronounce "Router"?
Apparently there are 2 versions.
Should I upgrade to Windows 10 from Win7? Is it an improvement when I'm just interested in gaming? Will I experience more fps etc.?
Fuck off both of you.
>Shitty code, shitty code errywhere
>Raspberry Pi + Python is the VB if the embedded world
>he thinks python is cancer
Gee all the greatesr computer scientists must be wrong thanks for opening our minds
>constantly clicking and sliding mouse
>still have skeleton arms
I don't get it.
Why don't we have oled keyboard yet?