>OS X is secure!
>iOS is secure!
>Apple is secure!
literally the most insecure pieces of software in existence
is there a difference betweeen scripting languages and normal coding languages?
Best music player for Windows, /g/?
Windows and OS X will never look this good.
This guy wants 103.17$ for a pentium I pc
I want to get one of these 2nd hand off ebay.
Good or bad idea?
Saying your main computer is a MBP is irrelevant, what are your computing needs? If all you do is browse /g/ and fap to anime, of course a 2010 MBP is sufficient.
I'm a developer, and run multiple VMs on my machine whilst working. For video editing, your computer would be considered too slow, and I bet I'd even find it too slow for the number of Chrome tabs I have open alongside other applications on my PC.
WTF were they even abile to do with that? Why did they even bother? For the future?
How do you use your mouse while programming? I want to refrain myself from using the mouse as much as possible. Because I've heard that, with a bit of training, you can be alot faster at programming, just like Santiago Gonzalez. Is this true? Also: Is it worth it to learn 10 finger typing for programming?
Also shortcuts for IDEs and text editors.
One of my favorite shortcuts for Visual Studio.
You can comment and uncomment text passages just by selecting them and pressing
ctrl+ K and Cfor commentingctrl+ K and Ufor uncommenting
Found one of these at a garage sale and picked it up for $5.
What can I do with it?
>chrome isn't a botnet
Everyone who respects themselves even a little bit does not use Chrome. I don't give two shits about the dumbasses who do. We don't need this thread every hour. This is the world that they have chosen.
Free software edition
How are you liberating the world from the shackles of NSA/Windows /g/?
hello /dpt/ I hope I can ask this here. I am thinking of learning how to program. I am not sure which language to start with. I am interested in C, C++ and Java. C because I like playing with the Arduino. C++ because all of the FOSS I use is in C++ (with a few in C) and Java because Android is pretty cool.
I am thinking of C++ and using the book Programming Principles and Practice using C++ as I have read it is an excellent intro to programming in general not just programming in C++.
my mom's husband's son wants me to build a new computer for him. he mostly plays league of legends and hearthstone, will this do the trick??
not a completely sure if this counts for this board but what kind of keychain accessory's do you guys have/recommend?
I work as a traveling IT and always have with me 2 lacie keys filled with the usual restoration tools for wangblows
I also have an EAGET Usb for phones/tablets with a lightning adapter for iphones/ipads just in case I need a specific program from the internet and the clients don't have have necessary drivers to access the internet nor a wireless router etc etc
When will you make the switch? What's holding you back?
>paying more than $5 for a mouse