60% and lower is best Edition
also wich 60% should i buy?
Microsoft is adding Android app support to Windows 10 Mobile, which comes out at the end of this year. After this, there will be no reason to use the laggy, never updated, extremely vulnerable pieces of shit known as Android phones. The Windows ecosystem can finally get the boost it needs to take on Android and give us all the smooth, affordable experience that we have all been waiting for.
I'm a second year chemical engineering student, and I was thinking about switching to computer science. I don't know much about computer science, but I know there is some programming involved. I've done programming in MATLAB, and I've found it kind of interesting. I'm wondering if switching would be good.
TL;DR I'm a second year chemical engineering student with a slight interest in programming, but not much knowledge about the computer science field. Would switching majors be a good move?
Despite the sjw bullshit I'm pretty interested in contributing to the linux kernel. I've been through lfs already and I'm currently reading understanding the linux kernel and I've done some freestanding os dev using bochs so I'm not totally new but I am wondering if there's a distribution anywhere that's recommended for kernel development.
Ideally it would be something with the absolute minimal code to run the kernel and support a terminal. Nothing else.
I have a tough time with lfs because you just install hundreds of packages with...
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Learn to talk like a functioning member of society before posting to /g/, /v/-kun
>I am wondering if there's a distribution anywhere that's recommended for kernel development.
Not really. You don't need any specific distribution at all, you can just use whatever you like.
>Ideally it would be something with the absolute minimal code to run the kernel and support a terminal. Nothing else.
Why? What does that gain you? You want your full development powers available.
>So I can experience first hand what I do and don't have available, and tweak things with the knowledge of what precisely is going on.
Running a barebones distro has absolutely nothing to do with that. The real difference is between kernel mode and user mode code, how featureful your userland is has no bearing whatsoever on what goes on in the kernel.
tl;dr forget about this concept as it is silly. Use whatever distro you feel comfortable with for practical everyday use, build and run your own kernel, and hack on that. Or you can test in VMs, if you prefer. Don't try to limit your userland, it's a pointless exercise.
The limited-userland thing may be useful if you're interested in studying how it all hangs together (what LFS is there to teach, more or less), but that has nothing to do with kernel dev.
So now that Haskell and Golang have been successfully killed, what meme/hipster language do we end next? Rust? Ruby?
Guys I fucked up and fell on some Pbay malware bait. What's the best way I can clean up the mess?
I once had an image tutorial from 4chan where it listed all the main cleaning software I should use, but I lost it. Help?
Are there actually any downsides to this phone? Especially after taking the price bracket into consideration?
I'm seriously considering buying this since it seems like one of the best phones for the price. Literally the only problem I may have with it is the screen, but I think I'll spend more time appreciating it than hating it, so it's a consequence I'm willing to accept.
How is this not the perfect smartphone though?
>Improved version of stock android
>Improved version of stock android
Improved how? Things like this always make me a bit suspicious. When an OEM "improves" an OS, the "improvements" almost always suck like a cheap whore.
the moto actions are actually really useful and not intrusive at all. They don't slow down the phones at all but add in some nice motion controls and voice recognition. Think of it as enhanced stock android.
More like BSoD, amirite?
Which PHP framework is the best?
I looked at Laravel but it looked way too big and cumbersome. When I didnpm installjust so I could get Bootstrap, it installed about 100MB of dependencies. Literally what the actual fuck. Therefore I am now trying out CodeIgniter which seems much simpler and leaner.
>Which PHP framework is the best?
the only scenario where you'd use a framework like laravel or symfony is, you're a 10 years experience senior php dev working in a team of 20+ doing some really big application
a router is the only third party library you need, do the rest yourself
Which pile of horse shit would taste the best?
Will they ever get it right? The size changes as you scroll. It's been like that since Eclair.
What the fuck.
> Pic tacitly, implicitly involved.
I think it's supposed to do that so that you can grab onto it while you're scrolling, OP.
Mine doesn't do this unless an application is made with this specifically in mind, though.
Nexus 6P buyer's remorse general
I've had this phone for only three days and the glass visor on top has cracked and my phone bent. I'm returning this shit to Google. Fuck Huawei
>mfw I wanted to get an iPhone 6S anyway
>mfw Nexuskeks will defend this
Gross, you bought that piece of shit phone, and now you're planning on buying a barely better phone? What a kuck you are...
Best Linux Distribution for newbies!
My vote goes to pic related. Does /g/ agree? if no why and which distribution do you think?
2015, why arent you using gnome shell with a mac theme