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What's the best bang for buck GPU right now?
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>>61510986
A time machine so you can go back before THEY arrived.

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https://www.techpowerup.com/235385/francois-piednoel-quits-intel

What the hell is happening over at Intel goys? Principle engineer who was responsible for last decade of Intel CPUs is leaving the sinking ship?
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>>61510988
Here we go with this meme again...
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>>61511031
>Nvidia's hold is practically unstoppable at this point
>make bigger Maxwell: the company
Duh.
>GPUs are a meme anyway.
>Linux desktop of hardware world.
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>>61511038
>Here we go with this meme again...
The meme where people pretend that it's on par with the 1080? Yea that has to stop.
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>>61505228

>Jim Keller as himself

Everytime
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>>61511067
Yes, on par with gp104...

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>your iq
>favorite programming/scripting language

83
python
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>>61505509
47
rust
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>>61511032
so below 60 ok got it
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>>61505509
Unironically 137.
C++
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>>61505509
12
whitespace
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>>61511032
>Unlike most languages today, which are focused on defining specialized data types, Lisp provides a few data types which are general. Instead of defining specific types, you build structures from these types. Thus, rather than offering a way to define a list-of-this type and a list-of-that type, Lisp has one type of lists which can hold any sort of data.
>Where other languages allow you to define a function to search a list-of-this, and sometimes a way to define a generic list-search function that you can instantiate for list-of-this, Lisp makes it easy to write a function that will search any list — and provides a range of such functions.

Any language with decent generics (C++ among others) has this.

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What are the best websites to download FLAC albums for free (aka torrenting)?
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Pirate Bay?
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rutracker has a big archive. they are decent rips unless you are too autistic to be content with the quality.
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>>61510723
gee, I wouldn't know, mr. Warner.

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Previous thread >>61496047


>Not sure what private trackers are all about?
The mission of /ptg/ is to promote the highest possible standards of tracker service by providing members with opportunities for professional development, by recognizing technical competence through examinations and by advancing the interests of its members.

>Have a question?
FAQ https://ghostbin.com/paste/b6844
WIKI https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Private_trackers

Use >>>/g/ptg as a link to find the /ptg/ thread.

Remember the following:
>Staff occasionally read these generals and have posted here before.
>This is a thread for educational purposes only Don't offer or ask for invites.

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>>61510917
I just got in tomorrow and only searched two anime. Of those only one wasn't on AB (Busou Renkin in watchable quality). I found it on AT though, which only goes to show that having many options is better than having only one tracker.
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>>61510967
Define watchable quality. What rip you found on AT?
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>>61510967
kek
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>>61511013
Yeah it was me too.
>muh if I'm not able to find it it's shit
Nice appleshitter mentality.
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>>61511062
Gonna ignore >>61510977 faggit? Afraid of getting called out on your bullshit?

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Look how THICC this fucker is
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>>61510419
That fan looks really fucking dangerous.
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>>61509907
Why does /g/ worship ugly design? It's not like you guys look back towards aesthetic UIs and hardware, it's almost always poorly laid out crap.
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>>61510481
to be fair:
[spoiler]No one uses edge.[/spoiler]
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>>61510419
>brchan
Volte.
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>>61510623
whatever fag, enjoy your material nightmare

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Post your comfy setups.
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>>61507384
he was referring to >>61493851
not his own posted pic
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>>61502745
Post pape
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>>61507894
Sempai explain me what im looking at
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I was checking on Appchan X updates for the first time in a long, long time, and I noticed that it hasn't been updated in over a year. What do people use now? ccd0's 4chan-x + OneeChan?

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Old thread: >>61504912

What are you working on, /g/?
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Yesterday I was bored so I started working on a game backlog tracker thingy.

At first I was going to manually add the games and the platforms but then I thought fuck it, I'll scrape thegamesdb.net for their DB.

They have this API that gives you an XML file with all the info of the things you request; e.g. http://thegamesdb.net/api/GetPlatform.php?id=3

So I started coding, but it runs PAINFULLY slow.

I don't know if it's because I fucked up somewhere or because I'm scrapping in a shitty way.

Here's the code:

public void updatePlatforms()
{
BufferedReader bufferedReader = null;


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>>61511021
Show me the parsePlatformXML method.
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>>61511021
Cont.

private Platform parsePlatformXML(BufferedReader bufferedReader) throws EndOfPlatformsException
{
String currentLine = advanceLines(bufferedReader, 5);
if (currentLine.equals("</Data>"))
{
throw new EndOfPlatformsException();
}
currentLine = advanceLines(bufferedReader, 2);
String platformName = currentLine.substring(11, currentLine.length() - 11);
Platform platform = new Platform(platformName);
return platform;
}


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>>61510974

Beautiful.
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>>61511036
The code is complete shit, but I don't see any obvious performance bottlenecks. Profile that shit!

I never see apps for windows phone

Anyone can recommend me what I should start on to become a developer for it?
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The platform is dead.
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nokia switched to android dumbass. sage.
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>>61510747
To create an app for Windows phone, you need a PC running Windows 10. To get started, install Visual Studio and the Universal Windows Platform SDK component. Then build and deploy your .NET, C#, or C++ app to a device or the Device Emulator.
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>>61510747
Don't bother with silverlight because it's dead, fall update will remove support for it.
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>>61510747
crack cocain

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So whats wrong with Facebook?
Genuinely curious.

I watched some stuff about Mark Zuckerberg that has sort of humanised him for me, and I agree with almost all of what he says, and he seems to be a decent guy with his heart in the right place according to his public statements and interviews. But I am not so naive as to believe that just because he says something, he believes in it, so I came here to ask:

What does Facebook do that is actually so wrong?
(Besides sell out to the NSA, but then I doubt he had a choice about that.)
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>>61510985
You mean like BlackPlanet? There are plenty of SNS for niggers, but none is really like Facebook.
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@61511022
frick off
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>>61510985
>>61511022
fuck off back to plebbit/tumblr/whatever shithole you came from kid. or just kys. whatever you prefer... just be gone.

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If requesting purchasing advice, please provide your country and what carrier you will be using it with, along with wanted features, budget and size.

Good resources:
>Reviews, specs, comparisons
http://www.gsmarena.com
http://www.phonearena.com
http://www.kimovil.com

>Frequency checker
http://willmyphonework.net
http://frequencycheck.com

>Chinkphone news
http://www.gizchina.com
http://www.gizmochina.com

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Any advice for a budget of about ~$200? I was looking towards a RedMi Note 4, but I'm not sure if it's the best choice.
My carrier is Vodafone, and I'm from Romania. I'm looking for something with a fair bit of RAM (i'm going to multitask a bit), a good battery life and a camera that's not utter dog shit. Is is a good option? What other choice would I have in this budget?
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I WANT TO SEE THE NOKIA 7 NOW
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just got a moto g5
did I fuck up?
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>google pixel is still expensive af
it's even worse than the iphone. Fuck you google for killing the nexus line for this pos.

captcha:faget
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>>61510920
All that got fixed in the Nougat update

Hi /g/

I'm a programmer at a software company that is full of H1-B visa holders who write bad code, but manage to look productive because they write a lot of it and make frequent check-ins, etcetera. Basically they splatter something in there that works, and if they have to fix it several times, well, they look heroic for all the commits they make.

I recieved a bad performace review that basically said that I write very high-quality code, but not enough of it. They even referred to defect tracking and source control metrics as evidence. What are some sneaky things I can do during the next period before the review that improve my game (and it is a game at this point), but take advantage of the gap in quality (and have fun in the process)?

I was thinking of:

- Watching every commit they make, finding the problems myself, and then fixing them before they do.
- Making a truckload of individual commits for the tiny refactorings I would normally make while completing a feature, commenting on what was wrong with the code in the commit notes.
- Coming up with at least one thing to email the manager about every weekend to make it look like I'm thinking about this project all weekend.
- Asking for their tickets during stand-up meetings.
- Sending an email status report every day.
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>>61507131
It doesn't matter what you do, they're not going to be happy and pointing out glaring architectural errors will only result in more work for you, since you're be in charge of undoing all that shit code.
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tough call OP, whatever you do it seems the wrong choice.

I would personally imitate the H1-B visa holders and do whatever they do.

Also, next time vote for conservative politicians who don't outsource your job opportunities
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>>61507184

Conservatives fuck you over just as well. Trump is a little bit of an exception because he's a pseudo-nationalist and has to at least act like one sometimes.
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>>61507146

There's an ulterior motive here: I don't want a satisfying career there - all I want is enough money to keep going through grad school so I can get a satisfying career later.
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>>61506991
>my job shouldn't exist but i underperform to have somthing to eat.
The post

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vlc or mpc-hc?
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>>61510469
fags rly can into design
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The amount of time you weeb faggots spend agonizing over mpv scripts and arguing over placebo quality differences between autism player 1 and 2 and their derivatives... fuck, download vlc and get on with your lives
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mpc-qt
thanks anon
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VLC A SHIT
L
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>>61511057
Bananas so good.

Do law enforcement agencies really spend time to make these bomb-ass grafix to boast about their busts?
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>>61511030
It's war between corporations and hackers/crackers/dealers/vendors/etc.

So yeah.

And aren't a lot of the second group now working for the first? so they know how to do it in bomb ass style

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Previous thread: >>61482147

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>>61510901
Maybe it’s true, it’s rather hard to swallow though.
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>>61510857
>I am intelligent enough
sure thing sweetie
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>>61506330
I think the basics of vim are easy but really not intuitive so it requires you to learn it (for example you can play vimtutor). To copy something you press "v" to go into visual mode and then move your cursor around (using hjkl or arrows) until everything you want to copy is marked. Then you press "y" to yank the marked lines and then "p" to paste them.

I dunno how it works in Nano or Emacs (which is usually highly customized as well and as far as I understand it people only love it because of it's customization).All of them are fine but I prefer vim which is solely based on the fact that I haven't tried anything else. And like I said, it requires a bit of time investment (not a lot really) to learn it but it's nothing complicated.
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>>61510832
Stop spreading FUD.
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>>61510857
Install Debian. It comes entirly free, is the base for Ubuntu and has a large community.



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