>tfw i have mastered the web domain
>tfw mastered c/c++/x86
>tfw know all the scripting and vm languages
what the fuck do i do now? Im still in college and already have a job but im so fucking bored, nothing is interesting anymore.
Who /sgi/ here? Post your IRIX boxes or whatever else you have that might be old or exotic.
man, I've always wanted an SGI box of my own
almost bought one off of one of my teachers at one point but didn't
not sure if I regret it though, dunno what I'd even really do with one (mostly because getting the software I'd need for it to be useful would probably be a bitch)
This guy managed to play some high fidelity music through his. He showed the CPU usage at nearly 100%
>Android will never look as good as iOS
>iOS will never be as useful as Android
How do we get the best of both?
Is it still fashionable to buy Super Fine Pitch Trinitron CRTs ?
So /g/ does it get better than this?
Switched to Apple Music because free trial, inb4 FLAC flamewar.
It looks better and works better than Google Play Music. It's also been more stable thus far.
Still, nothing really beats Spotify. I like how AM looks, but in terms of stability, Spotify wins.
Apple's music app designs have always been on point, especially Apple Music. I'm in love with it's simple and elegant design.
Too bad this hasn't translated into the rest of iOS. For a music player, Material design sucks, but for the Android OS as a whole, it looks leagues better than iOS.
Is 770 better than a 960 even with the rumored gimping?
There is no gimping, Maxwell cards just have hardware dedicated to some features used by modern games so they pull ahead in occasions.
the 780ti was ahead of the 290x by around 20-30% before the 9xx series came out. now the 290x is ahead of it by that much, on average
if you buy nvidia, you get drivers optimized for the games on release date but your card will become obsolete a lot faster. you also can't selectively disable goyworks features that cause problems
>get tired of laggy androids after years of them
>only 1 4chan app and it sucks ass
What do I do?
I hate the browser
So I'm learning HTML on codecademy and so far it has been easy. Nothing complicated. I heard it's mostly used for used for Web Development as it's a Markup Language, but what else can HTML be used for?
Any recommendations guys?
Build me a computer with this case, that can run crysis 3 on ultra settings at 40 fps
Friendly Linux Thread.
No shitposting edition.
No shitty copy pasta edition.
Just talk and ask your questions about Linux and related stuff.
been running fedora 20 on my laptop for a couple of months now. When this semester is over I'd like to try out Arch. Is it truly as much of a complex shit as people make it out to be?
Any IT guys here? Support/Sys Admin/etc.?
I'm in college doing IT classes and I don't get what the day-to-day is supposed to look like for someone with an IT Job. It just seems like they deal with problems as they arise and otherwise have nothing to really do.
Not that I dislike that or anything
Yeah, I browse the internet most days. I like when I have something to do though because it makes the day go faster. I pray every Friday that nothing goes wrong over the weekend.
Surface Pro and Surface Book owners on SUICIDE WATCH
> record at 120fps
> surface has a disgusting latency
> iPad Pro handles it like a PRO
Where where you when the fourth generation of Microsoft tablets got REKT by the first generation of iPads with pens?
>shills on suicide watch in comments section
Didn't see one, figured I would share. Just got my note 5 today.