ITT: Degenerate software
Between "programming means your kid is a black hat" and "coding is so cool you gurls, you should all do it, it's super easy and you totally get all of it in an hour", I don't know what is worse.
What's the best laptop that will last 4+ years of university(engineering) for $500 or under via Amazon?
Where were you when Apple finally invented physical keyboards?
The sad thing is this will probably their next
>he doesn't have an iPhone
>buying a phone for social status rather than serving your needs
>finals in the morning
>can't even solve this
help me obi/g/ kenobi you're my only hope
What do you guys use to replace nano?
Can we talk about mobile dev /g/ ? I have a few questions
Do you think it's worth it developing for windows mobile?
Assuming knowledge of Java and C, how does android compare to iOS and windows mobile development? Difficulty, tools, etc.
Does anyone make any money from it?
Why can't I get 64 bit windows?
Hello /g/ im genuinely interested what yould you pick here:
1 night with the girl (she will do anything you ask) or take the hardware?
I want an internet of things in my house, but I don't want my devices to talk to things outside my home without my permission, so any products which rely on their servers to function is out.
I want to be able to tell my microwave to tell my TV when I'm making popcorn so it should load the next few episodes of my show before I even walk in the room. I want my oven to announce to the speakers in the room in which I'm currently when it's heated. etc.
Where should I start with this project, and how do I go about it?
I want my microwave to have an app I can use on my phone to see a thermal view of the food it's heating so I can know when it's warmed all the way through
Raspberry Pi, ZigBee, gpio sensors, relays, etc.
I've been researching the same as you; mine is more or less controlled lights and shades.
Control4 does this, and the boxes / controllers run Debian, but they still require to speak to the central servers, and they're hella expensive.
What jobs could been replaced by technology but still exist in your country?
In Brazil, many cities still have bus conductors. Their jobs was to take tickets and/or money from passengers and let them go through the turnstile. Smart cards have been in use in cities like São Paulo for more than 10 years, but conductors are still paid to basically just keep touring the city with a bored face and/or sleeping on their seats. There are recharging stations for the cards all around, and the few people who will still pay with money could easily pay it to the driver himself, which...
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We still have bus conductors in India. For fuck's sake, we don't even have modern buses like that, we have big stupid things like pic related. You have to get on the bus, buy a ticket from the conductor and then sit down. Shit won't fly otherwise.
At least it's always on time. We're finally getting a metro system. I think it's gonna be mifare based.
Would you be able to go through university using only this and the provided computer labs?
yes i guess
i never bring anything into lectures
as long as you can download lecture slides later and write the contents down
it would still be pretty shit having to walk to a lab every time you want to do part of an assignment