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Whatever you do, don't join startups unless you have no options, they rip you off, especially early stage ones.
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>>66827198
Small bussiness could had explosive grow and easy scalability, or begin buy be a lot money, instagram,Uber,Netflix ...

Definition is for inversor angels invest in bussiness could get or sells for 1 billon dollars, having dozen small start up and play number game for get few huge winner and return inversion.

This conditions made a lot stupid ideas get a lot funding, small teams overworking builds prototypes and one industry sell things to founders or workers, like sell shoulder in gold fever, plus a lot cheap workers for big companies or sucessful start ups.

But today every new tech/software company call them self startup.

Just be normal company sells services(solutions customers really need), get good customer network and pay the bills with reasonable expectations.
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>>66826205
>they rip you off, especially early stage ones
Do you consoder a $7k/month internship a rip off?
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>>66827201
Fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck
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>>66827515
internship is you ripping the company off, all the interns are worthless
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>>66827598
Stop projecting your lack of skill. Unlike you, some people are competent programmers.

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>2018
>not owning a 40'' 4K monitor

Why are you doing this to your eyes /g/?
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>>66826593
>Philips
>Android TV

I would much rather infect myself with HIV.
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>>66826593

27" 1440p or 32" 4k are optimal as a main monitor, 40" is shit
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>>66826593
When I get my own place and some money to spend, I'll upgrade and get one of those 50 in LED 4K screens.
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>>66826593
currently I don't have any use for a monitor that large
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>>66827688
This. I picked up a 24” 1080p monitor on prime day but 21-23” were more expensive for whatever reason. I'll probably pawn it off on my family and get some cheap 27” 2k monitor

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Hope XII thread?

Schedule: https://hope.net/grid.html
Live Streams: https://hope.net/stream.html

Use more bandwidth!
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Currently watching "NotPetya: Ransomware vs. Cyber Action".

https://hope.net/ritchie.html
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man, too expensive.
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https://twitter.com/UR_Ninja/status/1020705737826349058
No fun allowed.

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Whats the best desktop youtube player? Minitube is nice, anything better?
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>>66826955
Its noticeable on my display. I don't have some cheap thinkpad.
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>>66826846
using a browser to watch youtube videos is extremely CPU intensive.
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>>66826846
For one, you can view age-restricted youtube videos without a Google account. Actually you can do this anyway, because Youtube only restricts the main site and URLs, but youtube-dl bypasses it automatically.
Using mpv produces better quality and uses less system resources than the bloated javascript served to whatever default ffmpeg the browser ships with.
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>>66827013
>extremely CPU intensive
This shouldn't be an issue if you have a somewhat modern pc
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>>66826334
enjoy your spyware faggot
https://github.com/mps-youtube/mps-youtube/issues/793

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which IDE has lowest resource usage?
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>>66824454
>>66826791

This. Geany + simple makefiles. No codeblocks resolution files bullshit.
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Eclipse is garbage. Last week (((windows updates))) arrived, now this shit compiles everything twice slower than it used to.
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>>66824111
Who cares? Stop coding on a toaster. Lower resource usage isn't even the same thing as being faster either. If you have only 1GB RAM for your whole system just use Vim.
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>>66827669
>He thinks Eclipse is the same thing as the compiler

All the compiler settings are exposed in the settings anon. You DO know how to configure the compiler, don't you?
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>>66827250
>+ simple makefiles
Please tell me you are not creating Makefiles by hand. Use cmake.

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Have been long contemplating about buying this. Talk me out of it /g please.
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>>66826068
What SFF would you prefer instead?
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>>66826112
Why the fuck would you want a waterproof PC? Sounds like a house fire waiting to happen
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Shit and comical. I saw someone with one of these a while ago and desu i thought it was a diy job
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Why even have a case at that point?
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>>66823853
Get a udoo bolt
> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/udoo/udoo-bolt-raising-the-maker-world-to-the-next-leve

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Does anyone here know what the hell this is?
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>>66822072
b& = banned
Newfag
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internet enabled butt plug
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>>66821617
Under fucking 18 get out.
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>>66825603
I was 2 when it came out and now I'm 21, fite me
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>>66821526
it's a nixie tube i'll show you later.

I don't know any other version control system, but doesn't git rebase make it unsafe, given that you can rewrite the entire commit history including authorship?
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>>66826504
Fucking merge hell, we just changed to git and te merges are literally made on 10 minutes if there are merge conflicts, git is a gift from heaven
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>>66823086
Only unpushed branches can be rewritten. Sure, you can argue that anyone can use --force, but first of all, your devs shouldn't have the permissions to do that, and secondly, if you do that, everyone will notice that someone did something bad.
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>>66826847
How many people on the project, and how many merges per day do you do? How many man hours per week are spent on merges? How many dollars is your employer losing per year to merges?
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Don't be a brainlet and you won't have problems on git.
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>>66823086
By default, git-reflog stores every single change for 30 days. It is actually really fucking hard to make completely irreversible changes in git.

Best phone ever
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>>66827385
>paying more than $50 for a phone
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Get a redmi note 4, with 4400 mAh batterty and better specs for more or less the same price (dont expect too much tho)

t. redmi note 4 owner
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>>66827471
Redmi Note 4 is slower tho?
But yea mad efficency comparing the SD650 to the SD625
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>>66827471
But the battery in the redmi note 4 is not 4400mah and is the exact same battery as this phone

And the redmi note 4 is a worse phone because sd650 is better than both the rn4 CPUs

And there's zero reason to buy either phone now that there's redmi note 5
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>>66827527
Sorry, 4100 mAh

Also, yeah he'll be doing far better with RN5. I just thought that if he was in a budget he could get that one for a little difference

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why are so many C programmers allergic to booleans and keep using ints instead?
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>>66822725
Why have 2 possible return values when you can have 256 possible return values for the same memory usage?
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>>66824800
Anyone that wants a library that can be used from many languages easily, for example sqlite. Anyone that wants a library that can be used on computers, phones and other devices - iOS doesn't allow your jitted languages to run on it.
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>>66827185
It's more logical and cleaner to use bools boolean expressions. It's self documentation.
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>>66823761
>>66826232
Why do pythonlets always have to open the console to show off python.
$ pyc 'bool(4)'
True

$ pyc 4 == True
False
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>>66827529
There is absolutely no point in the boolean type when everyone knows 1 as true and 0 as false, bool is simply a restriction created in an effort to make code slightly closer to English but with no advantages to development

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Are Thinkpads actually good?
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>>66823101
those get too hot. if u need a comfy machine for shitposting and coding (not compiling) get a X200 - they won't fry ur nuts. Otherwise get a T430.

T440p with touchpad mod is acceptable as well and will stay real cold.
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>>66825780
does x230 really get hot?
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>>66823409
Everywhere on the internet?
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>>66826963
35Watt TDP versus 25 on X240 and X200. I had a X230 for two weeks before passing it on.
I use a T430 since and will stack on this machines. They get warm too, but the thermal design is better and they dont throttle down early.
I don't realy like anything beyond *30. If you look for a low voltage cheap alternative to X230/40 check HP Elitebook G820 G1 for 12" and 840 for 14". Great machines.
They are being replaced now with many companies.
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>>66822790
after the xx30 gen they went from "amazing" to "ok". Not rally worth the effort at this point.

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How can freetards hope for a year of the linux desktop when it doesn't werk?
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>>66827470
Windows NT is just as stable as that.
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>>66827513
>I have to agree. Windows still has better driver support
Not since Win10.
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>>66827472
Windows usually BSODs due to hardware issues or shitty drivers.
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>>66827563
>actually install you the hardware
>shit driver support
Most of my drivers are installed by windows, this doesn't happen when I use win7 or win8.1
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>>66826530
gud bai

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Best college calculator? Phones aren't allowed because of cheating.

Perhaps something that you can write applications on (in a good language like C/ASM)

Kind of torn between the nSpire CX CAS and HP Prime but the latter doesn't really have 3rd party support.

There's also the numworks calculator but it doesn't have a real CAS and I don't know how its 100MHz ARMv7 processor is compared to the Prime's 400MHz ARM9.

Pls help /g/
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>>66827350
There's exam mode. Programmable is the norm for graphing calculators now because of things like the innovator kit (overpriced calculator Arduino for classrooms).
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>his college allows him to use a graphing calculator
Get a Casio FX-991EX
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I cheated using Ti nSpire CX CAS
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>>66827561
How so?
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>>66827546
this. For eveything else you got matlab/scipy

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Ok fellow enterprise nerds, I've had a nice working Cisco 2921 for almost a year now. What's something cool I should do with it? I have it configured as my home router right now for Spectrum. Basically just running NAT and I have the Spectrum modem in bridge mode. I was thinking of getting AT&T fiber as they just pulled it in my neighborhood a few months ago so I can get gig fiber. I have a fiber GBIC for it, but I'm not sure if I can plug the fiber right into the router and configure it to work with it or if I still have to use AT&T provided router with it. What you all think?
Pic related, mine is set up same way at the moment, so plenty of room for expansion.

Hey /g/,
I'm looking for some statistics in 2010 about home users who use cellular, as their main source, vs typical wifi/ethernet users
Can anyone help? Thanks
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>>66826197
Ok thanks for your brainlet input reddit
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>>66826064
Why is the mirror not of smiles?
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>>66826064
I wish I had a gf like that.
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>>66826064
God damn her foot looks weird.
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>>66827112
She's bending her toes. Looks fine to me



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