What the hell is Deep Finder. Can´t find any information on it.
>smiley with a carret nose
u dun goof'd OP
Is learning assembly worth it?
If so, which language?
I think everyone who is serious about being a good programmer should learn a little bit to get a better understanding of lower level CPU details, but really the only people who *need* to know it are compiler/OS writers and CPU designers (and maybe a few other really low level types I can't think of at the moment). So the answer is yes, just don't get too sucked into it unless you plan on going into any of those professions I mentioned, because otherwise it becomes a waste of time quickly.
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Yes, you can only get so far without understanding what the compiler is doing. Understanding assembly won't hurt you at all. x86 is the dominant instruction set, but I'm starting with 6502 because it's simpler and more resources to learn from.
Start out with a simple architecture, with a small instruction set. I like MIPS a whole lot.
A good way of learning is translating C-code, and then optimising. Comparing the cycle-count of optimised assembly and the C-code, motivates you to continue.
>we still haven't made contact
technology is shit
aliens were probably here before but bounced after seeing india or alabama.
What is the absolute GOD TIER of app icons and why is it Apple's Weather app?
What do you use as your main machine /g/? What do you do most of your stuff on?
I mostly browse the web and shitpost on /g/ and /b/. I also edit alot of pictures and sometimes game.
I have a Samsung Galaxy Core Prime (the cheapest samsung phone) and i don't use it as much more than an mp3 player.
This morning i woke up to a dead battery. The history shows the phone was "awake" but the screen wasn't on. Is the phone "awake" for some auto-update thing? How could i check for what caused it?
You can just take educated guesses or look at the details on app usage pertaining to your battery. Facebook is usually the number one cause for terrible battery life on every android phone ever. Just uninstall apps one by one until the problem goes away and then you'll know which app is the culprit.
It says that the operating system uses up the most battery life.
Getting a new phone this month, got it down to these two. Any thoughts on this or feedback from people who have or did have one or both of these?
Finally ditching my htc m7.
>still using sudo
What's wrong with you?
I checked the sticky and didnt see anything related
If i missed it, i apologize
Whats /g/ preferred cell phone coverage provider?
Are dropped calls even a thing anymore? How much do you pay and what do you get
Im on verison right now and my reception is really inadequate
AT&T via Straight Talk
I don't stream, just browse. 4G in my town but not in my side of the county. LTE in the big city. $45 a month I can't complain. ~120 dollar LG phone has starting rotting. Need a nexus.
what Linux distribution do you advise to me?
Work for a crappy company and I think they are using fake copies of windows, should I report them to get a reward or is this low even by /g/ Standards?
>why dont you just buy an nvidia card anon
>nvidia is the reason video games look like shit
>meanwhile consoles - the actual driver for graphical fidelity in the field all use AMD gpus
>overtaken in a market that is dying anyway
Intel is bailing from desktop computing. Take a fucking hint.
Say, does self-learning actually work when it comes to programming?
People would always say 'learn to code' but I hardly suspect it's ever that simple. How can I employ self-learning in a way that I can actually be a good programmer? What are some good resources and things to do to make sure I'm actually learning? Also, where to start if I genuinely want to commit long-term to programming? I'm not necessarily looking for a job here, it's just something I've always wanted to do.
pls don't sink. I know you get plenty of those "I want to code" posts but I'm genuinely serious and I know exactly how hard it's going to be
I neglected mentioning that I took an Intro to Python course in college, and I'm generally just looking for something to do in my summer vacation. It would also increase my graduation credentials as a mechanical engineer (still a 2nd year so it's a good chance)
>Raja can't hold on to the 480
What's the best software for recording video games right now? I havent bothered recording anything for like three years and the last thing I used was FRAPS and I remember not liking it