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Why being a chaircuck when you could have maximum comfort by installing this in your bed? What's your excuse ?
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>>59627207 oh man
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>>59626269
Because I'm not a disgusting fat body who needs to lay down all day every day and stroke out from the blood cots rushing to my brain when I finally get up for my sponge bath?
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I have a bedstation though.
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>chaircuck

science has gone too far
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>>59628762
how bad is your posture?

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>browse pol in my office
>management calls me
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>>59629372
Rednecks are illiterate, what's new?
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>>59629382
Maybe if they stopped inbreeding it'd help
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>>59629352
You need do make an account and login in the same everytime you gonna access the site.
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/pol/ supports the side who voted to allow ISPs to sell your browsing history to advertisers.

Thanks /pol/

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>>59629258
4u
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>>59629258
for you
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>>59629322
>taking "global warming" to a whole new level
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>>59629322
Nice grill.
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>>59629322
>the same dude bought all the stock of the meme card

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Give me one good reason why you haven't gotten the CISSP certification, aside from:

>I'm a poorfag
>I'm an autism
>I don't think security is important

//Protip: You haven't got damn excuse.
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>>59629262
I'm getting it on Cybrary just for fun, and I kinda wanna get a headstart in IT as soon as possible.
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>>59629276
>Number one cert looked for by HR departments
>Hires over worthless CS degrees
---
>Professional experience requirement
>Professional experience requirement

Ah, that's why the basement fags can't get it.
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>>59629262
you need 10 years of experience dipshit

you're thinking of the SSCP
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GCIA certs are the only ones that are worth it

Also any of the OffSec stuff from the Kali guys are great
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>>59629262
I have it and desu I didn't learn anything from studying for it

literally nobody cares about certs once you have two years experience anyway

certification and 'education' are dead ends, the portfolio is the only thing that's important

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Do DNS providers log your DNS queries and sell it to advertising companies?
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Can I run my own DNS server on a raspberry pi?

Would it be also faster?
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>>59628927
Many of the OpenNIC servers at least say they have a no-logging policy.

You have no way to verify that, you just have to trust them, but its still a strictly better proposition than, say, Google or your residential ISPs, who shamelessly admit that they log DNS queries and actively manipulate their replies to them for marketing and other kinds of privacy invasion.
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>>59628927
Yes they do, u can use dnscrypt
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>>59629236
>Can I run my own DNS server on a raspberry pi?
yes
>>59629236
>Would it be also faster?
no, much slower.
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Cache your most common dns queries. Host file to block google dns.

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>interviewing applicant
>ask her to sum all prime numbers under 2 million
>she can't do it
>think "ok, maybe she's just having a bad day"
>ask her to do a bubble sort
>she asks what one is
>realize she's not going to get hired but explain to her what it is because surely he can do that
>she has no idea what to do and fails it
There is a reason why you don't see many women working for tech companies
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>not just asking her to do fizzbuzz
You're a bigoted piece of shit. Congratulations.
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so, how do you sum all prime numbers under 2 million?
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>>59629324
first you aquire them
then you add them up
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>>59629324
Implement a prime number sieve and keep a rolling sum.
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>>59629324
If number <2 million does not leave a remainder add to array
Add array together
?????
Profit

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What are you working on, /g/?

Old thread: >>59623850
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>>59629304
Without*
FUCK
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>>59628788
>it would be a good exercise to write it myself.
Sure, go for it. Dive deep into msdn and windows functions, shell links for instance. Might be your first github record of a neat little project. I am not sure about Java tho in this case. C#/C++ ought to be more suitable.
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>>59628788
That can be done in shell scripting or batch.
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>>59629261
Because Python is much faster to develop in than in haskal or other FP meme languages.
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>>59629261
Python is great for prototyping shit with a team, literally Pseudocode: The Language. Not everyone likes reading ((((lisp)))) or haskell

that's how things worked at my last place
>throw some shit in python
>the concept kinda works
>rewrite everything carefully using our c++ libs

This thread is about the appreciation of watches, as well as the micro-engineering and autism that are required to produce a superior mechanical watch.

>Required Viewing For Newbies:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oa8ovXL6MQI

>Strap Guide:
http://pastebin.com/SwRysprE

Previous thread:
>>>59601979
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Can someone recommend a $0-100 watch with a black case and leather strap please
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>>59629138
>leather strap
just buy the watch you like can change the strap.
strap, max 15
replacing it at a store, max 10
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>>59629138
be really careful looking for a black case in that price range - you will almost certainly end up with a plated case that will flake/rub off at the slightest touch leaving your case looking awful. You should probably shoot for a black plastic/resin case if your heart is set on black.
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>>59629138
Timex has a few watches in their Fairfield and Expedition lines with black cases and leather straps. they seem to have decent reviews but like >>59629253 said most watches in that price range aren't the best, but Timex certainly does cases better than most fashion brands so i'd be optimistic.
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Seagull or Accutron?

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How bout this?

A national endowment from the arts to keep updating free, open source word processing software for use in government and academic publishing?

You'd get to bust open Adobe and feed on its innards and you'd give Bill Gates a hernia by killing MS Word.
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>>59624270
I feel like i am celebrating my own genius with some Jerkins and a box of tissues. C'mon! Somebody assent, contribute, or disagree
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>>59627083

Your idea requires the government to specify targets and standards for the work being funded. Can you name a single IT project they've successfully done that?
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>>59628279
Maybe you should kick it up to the UN?

Why settle for a national standard when you can have a global one?

Microsoft, in partnership with Google, the International Monetary Fund and the United Nations, is proud to present...
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>>59628438
>un standard
>worth anything


Apart from that, trying to make this idea a national standard would be an expensive nightmare. Trying to make it a global one would be a great way to simulate hell for everyone involved.
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>>59628683
Its just a government standard, not a national one. You can still use whatever program you like. You just make it so that the government ONLY budgets for this software and anything else comes out a different expense account.

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Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about GNU/Linux and share their experiences.

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>>59629231
Remmina is the best imo
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>>59629160
Probably. I was just messing around in a VM because I have no idea what I'm doing.
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>>59629115
And why do I have to use these programs I don't know what the fuck they do (curl, echo, tee) to install a repository?
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>>59628891
fah-guh-lut-Td
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this is my favorite subreddit

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This is the current state of web development.
https://github.com/verekia/js-stack-from-scratch/blob/master/tutorial/05-redux-immutable-fetch.md#redux

This is almost like those "enterprise java fizzbuzzes" that people used to make fun off, except nobody's laughing and this is all considered serious and well engineered code design.
How the fuck did this happen?
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>>59628355
Post doesn't maintain history. Get does.
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>>59612172
>That is a good reason to stay the more you can true to html bare standards than JScript magic.
And yet Microsoft ""Edge"" doesn't even support basic HTML <details>...
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>>59609928
T H I S
H
I
S
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>>59611789
either server or client statesave should still be referenced in URI changes

be caferul not to develop a facebook-timeline experience
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>>59611891
>>59611939
hey, fellow pajeet fake-malefeminism blm brogrammer here, a computer scientist could do my job faster, costing the company less, or even pay them a bigger salary.. but thats no excuse for me to vomit garbage code, i do my best study a lot on my free time and stitch my libraries in the most sane and less bloated way as possible

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Post em:
I'm 22, freelance coder with arthritis due to shit genetics/bad luck
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I see you use emacs
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>anterior pelvic tilt
>stiff body
>no muscle tone
>semi-constipated (I don't have trouble pooing the loo but it feels like it's not emptied fully)

33 years, not too bad I guess
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Right side: rotator cuff pain, elbow pain, and wrist pain from using trackpoint too long.
Left: wrist pain, probably from typing.
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>>59629080
Do you know the guy in the Apple patents?
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>>59629080
I gave myself a bad burn on my fingers once by not being careful with a soldering iron.

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Any ideas for an iOS 11 hoax?
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>>59629184
even kids these days have iPhones tho
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I think you guys are thinking about this the wrong way. We've already done iPhone hoaxes. What's the new cesspool of Apple stuff?

Airpods and dongles. What's an easy way to render the airpods useless? Or break the dongles?

Maybe this time it would be more effective just to inconvenience a bunch of gullible faggots. Perhaps the iphone ship has set sail
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>>59628834
This is specially good since Google Photos has been bundled with most Android's for years
>>59629074
Photos are way more important to your average normie than the new leased phone
>>59628954
This is pretty good
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I think if we target those with older iPhones and have them do something damaging in order to "speed it up" would be our best bet.

Then you frame it like >>59629114 as a tech website finding a "hack" or whatever.
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>>59628989
An iPhone 6 literally burned a plane with 56 people on board, they already blow up but the last STAND of Job's, the RDF, is protecting the brand

>studying CS in 2017
>have to tolerate obnoxious kodergurls and their numale underlings 24/7
>everyone around you works exclusively with javascript making Web Apps™ and is someway involved with some annoying startup
>everyone has some gay blog where they boast about how they've been to Silicon Valley because of some startup conference shit
>you need to make daily contributions to github and stack overflow if you ever want to get anywhere in this industry
>DUDE CLOUD COMPUTING LMAO
>"Signup now for the E P I C Hack the System™ Hackathon™"
>(one of the most recent "hackathons" in my area was literally about helping refugees)
>DUDE MACHINE LEARNING LMAO
>your only hopes for employment are working for shitty buzzfeed open-office startups that target milennials and disguise their predatory business tactics with beanbags and free pizza or whatever

This ride has to end eventually... right? Right?
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>>59627216
No. But perhaps I went somewhere that wasn't retarded. I believe I'm one of the few who truly misses academia because it was so good.
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>>59627477
It's hard to do all these things when IT jobs are almost always going to be in the city.

but I can dream.
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This sounds like absolute aids. Does this shit exist in other tech related STEM? I'm thinking of doing applies sciences like EE but if this shit is even in the engineering departments maybe I will go against my families advice and just do physics. I already self-teach programming and engineering with MIT's opencourseware and "free" texts books. What do you think /g/?
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>>59629198
applied*
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>>59629198
Engineering is still prone to these problems, though maybe not quite as bad.

But if you do EE or CompE you'll likely just end up working with CS people anyway.



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