i can program for you
/g/, is this the next step forward in tech innovation?
Hey /g/, I'm sorry, but I'm not as smart as I thought I was. CS & CE are too hard for me, specifically math, I can't do Calculus, I just can't, and I don't want to risk failing it again, so I plan to switch majors.
What is the next best major someone with a passion for computers but not enough math knowledge can pursue?
Mommy is buying me a Surface Pro 2 tommorow, but the previous owner upgraded it to Windows 10.
What's the absolute first thing I should do with it?
Hi, today I'd like to talk a little bit about spying.
Is he right /g/?
I thought more subscribers and sponsorship from Intel meant you knew everything.
It's easy to poke fun at Linus, but if someone put 28 SSDs in front of me to put in RAID 0 for fun... I can't say how I would react.
I did feel a little bad not recommending iFixit for anything after a $700+ microscope setup landed in my office with a card from them.
>2000 The dot com bubble doesn't burst
>2001 Sun's contracts with dot com startups are honored, propelling it into unheard of profitability
>2002 The Sun Grid, one of the first cloud computing solutions, launches several years ahead of schedule
>2003 the first SPARC processor is released, introducing low-power multithreading and instruction level parallelization
>2004 Sun acquires a California based company, Google, in hopes to index and optimize data stored on Sun Grid
>2005 Sun purchases StorageTek and SeeBeyond, companies it believes are instrumental for its devices and services ambitions
>2006 Aggressive expansion produces Flare, a branch of Sun created to research portable devices
>2007 The first Flare Phone is launched and works seamlessly with Sun Ray workstations. Users are no longer tied to any single workstation
>2008 Sun's acquisition of StorageTek pays off as flash drives become commonplace in enterprise and consumer electonics
>2009 Corona, the first cloud music platform is brought to Flare phone and tablet devices, giving consumers unprecedented access to their music library
>2010 SeeBeyond produces Helio, the first consumer grade motion sensing device that allows control through natural gestures
>2011 Sun loses in a patent related lawsuit against Apple Computers. Flare devices are no longer permitted to be sold in Germany
>2012 Sun sells Core, a division responsible for researching 3D printing technologies on Sun devices
>2013 Photosphere, a home automation framework is put into practice through the release of WiFi controlled light bulbs, security cameras, thermostats, and electrical outlets
>2014 Sun drops support for its defunct Java language
>2015 Sun announces it's entry into VR, using natural motion sensing technology developed by SeeBeyond, with most processing offloaded to Grid
Sun needed to die. They were straight along the same lines of the IBM way of doing everything because they are large and can't possibly fail. If they still existed in the form you are talking about tech would be 2 years back from what it is now
In a parallel universe Stephen Elop would've never jeopardized the Nokia N9 and Meego project and Google would've become bankrupt after Lagdroid never reached over 10% market share because the world would be using a superior device
>tfw bent newly purchased Iphone 6s plus within 3 weeks of owning it
Why do these fucks feel the need to keep making it thinner?
>Why do these fucks feel the need to keep making it thinner?
Cause fashion forward thinking, anon.
You'll be thanking Apple when you're riding a Hoverboard with drop-crotch pants and burgandy pull-over hoodies, and your phone matches your consumerist, manufactured lifestyle.
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Post your simple/small/stupid questions here, ONCE.
DO NOT BUMP THE THREAD, You are NOT entitled to an answer.
Read the sticky before posting.
Take at least 10 seconds to google it first.
Redirect or ignore anybody asking stupid questions outside this thread.
Use >>>/g/sqt as a link to find the sqt thread
i know this is supremely stupid but i'll ask anyway
i want to back up my entire pc to an external hard drive, i just copy and paste this into a folder on it, right?
I posted at the end of the new thread, so I'll just repost here. I'm learning about C++ inheritance and derived classes. I'm getting errors in the following:Pancakes::Pancakes(string name, KIND kindOfItem, int amount): myName(name), myKind(kindOfItem), myAmount(amount)
I'm not understanding why I'm getting errors, I'm at a complete loss. I tried altering the syntax as much as I could, nixed the "myName, myKind." What am I doing wrong?
Header File:class FoodItem
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or is there a way i can see the android screen on pc without downloading an app for android?
My android screen is broken and the led is out and i still want to do things with it.
Also whats the folder where global settings are written that i can open in windows and edit?
im making a kristen stewart app that uses face recognition.
>starting a question with or
still relevant to my interests
>is there a way i can see the android screen on pc without downloading an app for android?
>My android screen is broken and the led is out and i still want to do things with it.
bumping for this
OP here i found builds but you still need a seperate app for it.
how do you edit apk icons and have them saved to a apk with the new icons showing?
I build the apk after editing all the pngs and when i installed the app it showed the original icon.
Check out this score, is it any good?
What are some things I can do to make it better?
Are AMDfags also advocating use of Windows 10 cause their only advantage over Nvidia is Async Compute?
I need a new external hard drive, are these WD My Passports good or should i go with another?
How are you taking the sjwzilla news?
I swapped over to Palemoon on Windows, Midori on Linux and Chrome on Android.
Where did it go wrong?
Should Delphi still exist?