Ask a PHP developer anything.
>nobody uses a web browser anymore
>we're all stuck with shitty "apps" that invade all your privacy
why is /g/ excited over the death of x86 again?
If Computer Science is a meme, what qualifications aren't?
>believing what you read on /g/
Get a grip buddy.
However it is true that studying physics or even math will give you skills that allow you to pick up CS fairly easily, while the opposite is less true.
>write a rather long OP post for /g/
>lets have an interesting discussion for once
>"error: no file selected"
>text is gone forever
>Thinking anyone will read a long OP post
Remember, this is /g/ you're talking about, everyone is autistic so your efforts would have been fruitless anyways.
Everyone! Delete your Wattpad and Instagram accounts! A 4CHAN HACKING GROUP WILL BE HACKING THOSE WEBSITES ON THE 20th. THEY WILL PUT GORE AND PORN ON YOUR PROFILE AND LEAK YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION.
What is the comfiest distro?
I've been testing them in VM but they all seem ass. I'm looking for something to use as a semi-beginner. Also post good customization tools.
I made a RAID 0 array with 2 Linux ram disks and got 1.1GB/s. Is this slow?
Is this a demographic that VR is never going to be able to tap into?
Are boomers terrified of everything?!
Any Gnu/Linux support Luks full-encryption natively on the installer? For Debian all partitions must be created manually, flag each one, create groups etc...
Hey /g/ I'm planning to hack a hole college before I leave. So does anyone have any suggestions of what version of Linux I should use to accomplish this. Thx
how can freetards even compete?
I am changing majors from ChemE to CompE/ElectricalE.
I need help deciding what to buy in August. So far I am thinking of:
Samsung 7 Edge phone
an Android tablet (maybe Nvidia or a Samsung one)
Dell Latitude 7000 series
then I need to look into building a new computer for my gaming needs or get a "Steam Box"
I am also debating whether to switch to a Windows Phone and Tablet, but I doubt I will. Maybe just the tablet or maybe I'll stick with Android. I want the tablet to have a stylus so I can use it for notes. After using the Note 3 then trying out the Note 5 and seeing the improvement, I know the technology is there for electronic writing.
I am going to dual boot linux on the laptop. I've gotten comfortable with Ubuntu, but I'd like to switch to Kali Linux and Debian alongside Windows.
Does /g/ have a recommended tablet? Is Android or Windows better for a tablet or about the same performance wise?
I like the Edge, but if you think there's a better phone, I'd like to know so I can look at it.
I debated between the Thinkpad and Latitude. After all the rootware and spyware Lenovo has been installing, I can't trust a Chinese company. I know they didn't touch the Thinkpad line, but still. But if /g/ convinces me Thinkpad has better performance than the Dell Latitude, then I may reconsider.
Are those mini-tower PC's expensive to build? I am trying to conserve space in my apartment. So I may consider a "Steam Box". Thoughts?
I have money, so I intend to spend it as I'll be using this gear for the next year to two year.
And is there any use for old smartphones? I am turning my old PC into a dedicated server so I can host a shitty website
tldr; windows or android tablet? Latitude or Thinkpad? Mini-tower PC or Steam Box? Recommendations?
Bonus question: What is a good voice recorder? Some of my professors are foreign and I can't understand them half the time. I have a Oneplus One and use that to record, but a dedicated voice recorder is probably better to use.
Well, I have't gamed in a year, bu I have like 2k worth of Steam games. I know the initial box offerings were bad, but there were a variety to choose from. I figured they'd had improved by now. I never really looked into it.
I don't want a giant tower. I paid 2k back in 2006 for a Dell XPS that luckily they upgraded in 2011 for free because of warranty. The tower is huge and gives off a lot of heat.
I've seen pictures of mini-towers slightly bigger than the steam box. I don't...
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Is someone using Windows 10 on a rMPB? Are there any drawbacks or problems running it as main-os? macOS somehow gives me shivers.
I'm currently evaluating several topics in the field of it security for my bachelor thesis. IoT, Industry 4.0 or smart devices in relation to it security seems interesting, but i'm still in lack of a clear research question aswell as the desired academic approach. any suggestions? thanks in advance
Hey /g/, I'm looking to upgrade my PC and I want to know what are some of the best pieces of hardware I get that would work with my motherboard. Pic related: motherboard specs
Looking to upgrade: graphics and sound card, processor, And maybe more RAM I'm currently using 8.
^MY current graphics card