What's your opinion on Elon Musk?
Technological visionary, or Meme Entrepreneur for normies who need a new Steve jobs?
Are fancy office/desk/gaymen chairs worth the money, /g/? I've been using a goddamn wooden kitchen chair for about ten years now and find it perfectly acceptable, but I'm still considering spending $150 on something that looks like it was ripped out of a car. It has to be better... right?
Toughbook day 2
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resuming the downloading of OS X Tiger to hackintosh
>status:downloading 80%, ETA: 20 minutes
why the FUCK is the estimated delivery date 5 days from now? it shouldn't take more than TWO FUCKIN days at MOST to get where i'm living
AND THEY DARE CALL IT FAST N FREE?
MY WIN7 IS ABOUT TO FUCKING EXPIRE I NEED A COA NOW!
Did anyone even buy one of these things? How can someone justify spending that much on a watch?
With dx12 games coming out soon, as well as the assumption vulkan will offer a similar feature set, would an a8 or a10 APU offer better value and performance than an i3 in future titles?
But with directx 12 it doesn't matter.
It takes advantage of any gpu in your system, including the igpu.
A8 7600 has almost same dx12 cpu performance as an i3 4170, but a much stronger igpu, while also being 40 aud cheaper.
Huh. This makes me want to look more into my laptop. The model I bought has an option for discrete graphics + A8, or just A8. I went for just the A8 because it was on sale for $199 (regularly $399) but the version with discrete graphics was $449.
Time to find out what graphics cards will work and how to install them. I'm pretty sure there's just a free pci-e slot.
Guys I need a new laptop, currently have been using a macbook pro, like 2013 or some shit, hate it for what I do, sysadmin of 99% windows env.
Im looking for standard well supported hardware that can run both windows and linux, i prefer to stay in linux, might not run windows at all.
anyone have any recommendations? Looking at something around the same cost as a cheaper macbook pro.
op here again might add that work will be paying for this so it's not my money, it will be my workhorse though.
looking at thinkpad w541 or whatever is current or a system76. my boss might bitch if he finds out the system67 doesn't come with windows, but the hardware seems ace.
sysadmin for wallmart
>be me makeing money and doing shit
>get sick of company provides toughbook running vista
>go home research laptops
>son knocks soda on to my ageing gameing rig
>Google gameing laptop last week for shits and giggles
>sees i7 970m 1080p 16 gb ram fangbook on...
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I have spare invites for this private site, willing to trade for others if the offers are good.
Got 3 invites first come first serve, make offers in this thread
Well I guess fun is over, my Antergos can't boot up after a simple update (which amounts to 40+mb everyday). I've been using it for 2 weeks, worked perfectly and I really liked it, but I can't waste time on something that can shit itself out of the blue.
The error screen is so fucking long that I should probably just reinstall, although sometimes it does boot with some random errors (rarely), I don't get it. My laptop and HDD are new, also I dual boot windows in case this happens.
I'm thinking on just going back to ubuntu even though I...
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Only really learned programming for tasks (sometimes self-chosen) and it was fun and stuff, but I never properly learned it. I know quite a bit about all those concepts through many failed attempts. But I never was able to produce something. So /g/, what's a good future-proof programming language to learn?
if you want something decently easy to learn that is going to be used for a good time into the future, I'd recommend C++. The newer standards really have cleaned up the language, and it sure as hell isn't going away anytime soon.
All the ones that are most popular right now. Java, Python, C, C++, C# are the big five for general purpose at the moment.
Javascipt for web bullshit if you hate yourself, PHP for more web bullshit if you hate yourself and want to die, Ruby if you like feeling superior to others for using a slow, shitty language, one of the functional languages if you never want a job.
How do you /g/entoomen like my new laptop
Many years old Lumia phone is dying, and for being a loyal cuck, my providor (three uk) is giving me a deal on flagships.
Are the top choices at the moment the S6 (and its variants), the Z5 (or z3, compact variants), and the Nexuses?
Much obliged, good sirs and madams.
Line, Weibo, Daum, Baidu, Yandex, NetEase Music, Mail.ru
Firefox is giving this error message whenever I try to post. Browsing the site works ok, and I can post on Chrome, but there's no option to override the message and I can't add an exception to the certificate. Wat do?
I have the opportunity to do CCNA 1-4 plus maybe either the first security course or the first VoIP course for free
Are they worth the time? Somebody of you have them?
Worth it if you work in an IT position where you touch networks.
How much it helps you will be dependent on
1. if you want to learn routers/switches, firewalls or whatever
2. HR for the jobs you want believes its important