>was desperate for an upgrade months back and bought a 970
>tfw reading about 1070/1080 and 480
Why use this when PostgreSQL exists?
I'm just going to uninformedly speculate that it's used in situations where people are already using a software suite from Oracle. If you're using an Oracle stack, it only makes sense to use the Oracle DB.
>he doesn't use Enterprise Grade Software
How else are you going to promote synergies with the stakeholders in your organisation?
How valuable is the Comptia A+ certificate when it comes to getting a job?
Do companies actually give a shit about stuff like that?
Anybody have experience getting a job with similar certifications?
I once heard an HR/interviewer here on /g/ say that a CompTIA A+ was basically the equivalent of having 6 months worth of experience. And after that, it basically means nothing.
Might be a good idea if you're trying to get your foot in the door and have nothing to show for it yet.
Hey I have the MSI GeForce 750 2GB at the time and I want to upgrade.
Is the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 950 AMP! good?
>Technology analyst Richard Windsor says that a highly confidential internal project is underway to rewrite the ART runtime, removing any lingering dependencies from the freely downloadable open source AOSP (Android Open Source Project) code base.
Don't tell me you didn't see this coming from a million miles away (what with pretty much every OEM who ships Android doing this since the beginning of time).
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hey /g/, never posted here before but thought you could help.
I'm fed up with computer mice with really wimpy buttons and I'd like to get something that has better feedback when i click. I do a lot of cad/photoshop work. Any advice?
I've heard that some of the gaming mice are decent, but i really don't need a big plastic toy covered in a ton of buttons and lights. just something durable with deep buttons.
Anyway, any advice is appreciated. Thanks
get a G400, its comfy for palm grip users, and the only 'gaymur' shit in it is the dpi switch and the weights for it. for a claw grip, I'd say maybe a Roccat Lua and turn off the leds, or get a Logitech MX Master.
If I forget to free() my memory, is that part of the RAM wasted forever or is it eventually garbage collected anyway even if C doesn't have such a feature?
The RAM is allocated forever. The computer can't spare the clock cycles to keep track of it. The only solution is to buy more RAM. This is why modern languages have global garbage collection. Call free() or brick your computer
Ok... Building my own pc and having troubles. Put all parts together and when powers on the debug led on my motherboard reads d7 which means (console output/input devices/console initialization and load option rom). Any help?
babby's first combinatorics homework edition
So my mac is connected to a wi-fi that has internet, but my galaxy s5 won't have internet whilst connected to the wi-fi (due to unathorized mac address)
So how can I share my laptop's internet with my phone?
I tried "sharing" settings in OS X, then I had only bluetooth or thunderbolt option, well I turned on bluetooth on my phone, it said paired with my laptop but no internet still on the phone...
So how do y'all like it?
I'm surprised it even exists because it's a Windows-only application, yet has MacOS app-tier levels of UI and UX obsession.
Post good email clients for Windows that aren't Thunderbird.
do you not get a bit paronid that they are rreading your emails??
i dont mind google reading my emails because i use gmail so it doesnt make sense to hate that
but some randomguy who makes a randomclient can read all your emails? no thanks
Nothing Anon. It's a good client (does too much for my needs though, hence why I gravitate towards simple clients) but I hear it recommended all-too often, and wanted to learn about some other lesser-known clients.
What is /g/'s opinion on pair programming?
Is Lua+C+SQLite the Holy Trinity of simplicity, speed and sexiness?