What can't you do with a raspberry pi?
So what are these things capable of?
What all can you do with them?
I just heard about them from my CS professor and I thought i'd ask /g/.
How badsly did i fucked up?
>pull out galaxy s6 in public
>everyone gets jealous
Went to Best Buy and saw a g502 on display and tried it. Long story short I DODGED THAT BULLET. This was the most riced out shit I've ever seen. Small, awkwardly placed buttons, light feel, had no weight to anything on it. Weird, annoying ass lights.
Anyone who even thinks of recommending this has no taste at all.
Nigga what?...That mouse is heavy as shit, but I'll agree with everything else you've said.
It's a shame I have destroyed two of them trying to frankenmouse them into different shells, though one PCB is maybe able to be resurrected.
Biggest waste of my money since I bought Skyrim
I've installed Debian, how to install Firefox in it?
I haven't reinstalled my W7 for over 4 years and I am tempted to install W10 instead of reinstalling W7. Should I?
Please, don't mention any GNU+Linux distros. I used various in the past and I really appreciate it as a programming/work environment but I can't make the switch right now.
> I really appreciate it as a programming/work environment but I can't make the switch right now.
I know this is a lie but thanks for caring about /g/'s feelings.
Also, no, anon come on, seriously, just say no.
Do not install Botnet 10
I personally like the speed of Windows 8 and later quite a bit. I find Windows 7 to be a dog.
That said, however, I detest Microsoft's mining of user information. What I've done to counter that is to use Windows Server instead of the desktop garbage.
I would recommend Windows Server 2012 R2 or, if you can wait for it, Windows Server 2016 (i.e., Windows 10 server).
>I know this is a lie but thanks for caring about /g/'s feelings.
Not really, I really enjoyed how streamlined and straight-forward it is to install various tools and libs as well as overall customizability.
What do you think about women coders?
So I'm 25 and I'm bored with my career (network engineer) so I'm taking ~6 months off work to learn programming better. Ultimately I want to end up in AI but I know that's far off for my timeline, so what I want to know is what are the foundation topics that lead to being an AI dev? Pic unrelated
mechanical keyboards vs. membrane keyboards. Also keyboard thread.
How do I destroy old an hard drive?
get a nivdia card = shill, meme
get a radeon card = house fire
its like impossible to do the right thing here.
so what am I supposed to do? just buy nothing in order to be safe?
Old thread: >>51648793
What are you working on, /g/?