How much bandwidth do you use, anon ?
How is life with a data cap ?
at home i around 500gb per month.
but i have a seedbox for uploading, otherwise my traffic would be higher. no datacap.
on my phone i use 4gb per month, i set it to disable the internet once i hit the cap.
what are you doing with 2.5tb of data every month, op? just movies and stuff or actual work?
Everything. I have a reasonably fast connection, so I host my own cloud service, seed all my torrents off my home connection, stream movies, work, and the list goes on.
I've been thinking about ditching my VPS and moving my webserver to my home connection too, but I'm thinking I should probably get a dedicated machine of some sort for that. Maybe a NUC.
>moving my webserver to my home connection
i'm still browsing with a 16mbit connection, i feel like i'd use a lot more traffic if i had a faster connection. hd movies for example. i have enough storage, but with a connection this slow i can't justify downloading 20gb for a single movie.
How do I get into android development? It's pretty overwhelming desu
Anything specific you want to make?
Learn about activities and views.
Read the fucking docs
Who else /steghide/ stuff in all their images here?
Hey /g/ I have a question...
How could someone hack an email and password, and then use that to find out other emails accounts connected to the first one.
Like say if I foolishly emailed someone and they replied back, but sent the message to another email account of mine?
No reason... Just curious... :/
Why does MS Access even exist?
>2 gb limit on database
>Go to doctor's office
>Computer is running windows, is unattended and left with patients Alone
>Someone could very easily install malware and fuck with relatively important shit or install ransomware or something
What the fuck?
Why does this occur... I don't feel safe anymore
>at my office
>patient comes in scratching pustules on his face, later shakes my hand
>tells me he thinks he has an infection he looked up on WebMB, when it's clearly just the result of him not washing his face enough.
What the fuck?
Why does this occur... I don't feel safe anymore.
Can I just use GNU without Linux?
Hey Aussie software devs of /g/, i'm currently doing a course and was wondering what he pay is like. Any advice for someone in uni?
do internships QUICK
apply everywhere, email your professors for any opportunity
make friends so you have a connection for jobs later
build your professional profile (get a blog about development of your projects, github)
Deletion is easily reversed; however, not this!
friendly reminder that these arent "hackers"
hackers are those that are playfully clever when they are programming. what they are doing is referred to as "cracking".
Yeah, I was wondering if this would be posted on 4ch. I was just browsing random videos when I saw this. Anyone check out the live stream link?
>Can be powered by a single AA battery
>Can execute 115 billions instruction per second
Yes or No?
ok guys it's been a while since i research about it and i need an update i'm a laptop user, and now i ill return to the desktop computer so i need some advice about it
If you want a laptop solely for desktop and never intend to use it for vidya, then Intel.
If you want it for light gaming get a laptop with a AMD apu, not sure of the models, but other anons will be able to link you to the latest chips
I'm a novice sysadmin and I've been assigned to migrate our medium sized mail server to IceWarp.
Should I go with Windows or Linux? If Linux, which distro? Being in a large corporation I can ask for almost any hardware and other software I want. Thanks.
>mfw turn off reading mode after 2 weeks
>mfw installing Arch
The points are barely relevant and make any sense
I guess you can do worse but seriously these people learned what they know about programming from second or third-hand accounts. It's about as relatable as going "Us gamers amright?!? Mountain dew doritos 360 noscope"
Is Lynda.com good for learning programming /g/?
I am looking into C and Python. But some assistance would be much appreciated.
>i just finished watching LinusTechTips™, the thread