Welcome to /fht/ - Friendly Hackintosh/OS X Thread #3.
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Any cheap laptop ($300/$500) suitable for hackintosh? I know touchpads on most are pretty crappy, but I would guess by now some of them are at least compatible with the gestures and shit. What bothers me is power management.
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What are you working on /g/?
>tfw a video game taught you more about concurrency and threading than any professor could
>hi, my name is anon
>I'm a virgin that has never accomplished anything
>I have an irrational obsession with Japanese children's cartoons
>I spend all my time posting about Japanese children's cartoons on an online programming discussion community
I created this neural network that applies the visual effect to the black and white picture.
Video is the learning process: each frame is the result of model's work after a step of training.
I trained it on just one pair of input/output images.
QUICK MAKE A PROGRAM THAT AVERAGES 3 INTEGERS
>tfw my phone is still in Hong Kong
What are you waiting for in the mail, /g/?
New case, new PSU, 2 console vidyas, maybe some ram
FreedomPop SIM I ordered just over a week ago. Took a week for the envelope to get from their offices to the FedEx shipping center a half hour away.
Well, which one are you?
Do you code staring into the in the dark beautiful abyss of your favorite text editor, fueled by the neon glow of your variables and functions, forging new wonders that will be the awe and envy of man?
Or do you stare at a wall of white backgrounds and bland colors, thinking you know what it's like to create programs and applications that will give birth to a new era in this realm, when in reality you are just a filthy peasant programmer who has no vision of what could be?
linus torvalds is a noob haha
Ask someone who has worked at Google for 8 years anything.
I'm gonna graduate with a CS degree in a year and a half. I'll probably have no internships by then, but I've been doing a lot of coding in my free time and will have lots of personal projects by the time I'm finished.
I want to work at some Google-tier company, if not Google, 'cause it's good for the resume and I want to see what it's about it. I actually really do love coding. Do I have any hope?
Speccy thread? Lenovo G50-45 laptop.
So which one are you planning on getting? Thinking the Nitro or the Strix myself.
I wanted to go XFX but they are losing their design edge. I'm going to go with the Sapphire, look sweet as fuck.
Are audio cards a gimmick?
What's os amazing about pluggng them into your motherboard instead of a $50 audio card.
Do they drown out white noise? Or is it just another thing for autist on /g/ to boast about.
>tfw paying $80 a month for 200 mbps plus mandatory Modem rental
How does it feel to not be cucked by Jewish multimedia corporations, Yuropoors?
>tfw I pay 50$/m for unlimited 4g calling and texting
>tfw im grandfathered in and no throttling
>Try out Deluge
>Forces you to seed
>Try out qBittorrent
>Looks like dogshit and stalls torrents for no reason
>Can't use μTorrent/Bittorrent because they install bitcoin miners and have ads
>Can't use μTorrent 2.2.1 because of vulnerabilities and backdoors
>Can't use Transmission because it's literal malware
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Are there any alternatives to these fucking uber-goys? Every other service I've seen is just for accepting payments online. These fuckers locked me out of my account until I send them photo ID and house bills. What does /g/ use?
I generally do the same but I recently switched to a cheaper (shittier) bank that doesn't let me buy anything from ali or steam. Paypal worked until they locked me out of my account. Thank god I never actually stored money in it.
Why don't you own a nexus phone anon?
What went wrong with Phonebloks?
Pick a challenge between 0-99, and 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