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Is the whole $79k a year average for programmers a meme? Somehow I have a hard time believing it with how flooded the field is, here and elsewhere.
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>>66033643
OP is not talking about tech hubs, I think, and 79k is pretty decent for an *average* programmer in the rest of the US.
>>66032911
It's not a meme right now, but I think it will be. If you are a stundent in school right now you might be the last generation of programmers to get such a generous compensation. Programming is getting commoditized -- in 20 years it will be almost a blue collar job.
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100k/yr here, 4 years experience, low cost city east coast. I work with lots of technologies but mainly backend Java. I work for a startup in the west coast.

79k might be average if you work front end. That includes mobile and desktop app dev. Maybe those guys bring the average down.
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>>66032911
>Is the whole $79k a year average for programmers a meme? Somehow I have a hard time believing it with how flooded the field is, here and elsewhere.
$79k average in the US is very low, unless you're talking entry level only.
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it's $79k where a 1-bedroom apartment costs $3000/mo, but that still gives you plenty for investing
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>>66033748
Old money corporations whose bottom line is the shareholder-not the employee.

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You vape, bro?
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>>66035102
You can't smoke indoors anymore because of a hit job compaign demonizing smoking from leftist fags who think inhaling someone's second hand smoke will give them wrinkles and shorten their lives.
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>>66033840
fffkkkggg hate vapers.
cloud is fffkkgg huge, goes everywhere, worse than ciggies
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>>66035127
>hit job compaign demonizing smoking

wut?
dude, my man, ffkkgg everyone hates smokers, Rightious or Leftytards
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>>66035202
No, political correctness and liberals are making smoking less "publicly acceptable", hence the rise of vapefags.
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>>66033840
Juul cause I fucking love nicotine and propylene glycol

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Almost June Edition:

For equipment recommendations, post your budget, listening preference (near/far), room size, music tastes, and state (if in the US), or your online vendor of choice.

When making outlandish claims like "all amplifiers are the same", please post pic of your gear first.
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>>66031794
>https://uturnaudio.com/pages/turntables
good reviews overall
not too expensive
nice webms on website
but vinyl has serious drawbacks
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>>66034188
>has serious drawbacks
One of those drawbacks being that you need rather expensive turntables otherwise you'll get complete shit.
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IN THE HALLS OF THE MOUNTAIN KING
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>>66034204
no matter the turntable, there will still be pops, cracks and warp
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>>66032677
>That guy should try lifting those subs around.

>330 pounds (150 kg)

>"fiber optic is the future"
>the cables are literally made by those fucking light up toys your dad used to buy you at disneyland or knotts
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>>66032610
But what's weird is that most of us don't have it even though those things are cheap as fuck
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>>66032610
>literally
They're made a little different but same basic concept

pslc.
ws/macrog/fiberopt/of.htm
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>>66032610
>which one is faster? speed of light or electrons flowing in copper wire
gee i wonder
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>>66032640
Sorry, I meant
> f*ber optic
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>>66032646
>>66033546
/thread

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>Free beginner resources to get started
Get a good understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn - a good introduction (independent of your browser choice)
https://www.freecodecamp.com
https://www.codecademy.com
https://hackr.io

>Further resources
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web - excellent documentation for HTML, CSS & JS
https://github.com/kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap - Frontend+Backend learner-path suggestions
https://youtu.be/Zftx68K-1D4 [Embed] [Embed] [Embed] [Embed] - Web Development in 2018


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how do I leave webshit
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>>66034916
dont use mysqli. use pdo.
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>>66034916
ssssiss is only binding 7 parameters, you have 8. But also switch to PDO if you can, it's much nicer to use.
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>>66035120
>>66035142
okay ill rewrite it to pdo
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>>66031887
it's nginx easier than apache? i usually try to install apache + php manually but i'm having some problems to make it work with laravel, should i try nginx? (windows 7)

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BST!
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My setup in progress, looking into buying a new desk.
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>>66033140
good point, i was mainly into it for the headrest, besides that i think the other one with the pleather looks a bit better built. They both have about the same reviews which is why this has been a tricky choice for me.
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>>66034874
What is the point of having 2 tablets, a laptop, a mac, a switch, and a PC all on the same desk
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>>66034481
this is beautiful, probably one of the only setups ive seen that picked an interesting aesthetic and stuck to it tastefully. Noice job
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>>66034215
Clean your room

>Save every file and program straight to desktop for years
>If I move any programs off of the desktop it breaks them because of the filepaths
>Don't want to delete my cache or temp files because I feel like they might be useful or something might happen if I delete them
>scattered junk files all over and no way to organize them
>thousands of disorganized bookmarks of youtube videos and weird pages I never even visit but found mildly interesting
>Keep buying multiple hard drives so I can keep back ups from months ago which i never use, but cant bring myself to overwrite them because I feel like there might be important data I'm forgetting about on them

How do I fix this?
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>Save every file and program straight to desktop for years
You're an idiot and you got yourself into this mess, not even considering the rest of your post.
Start over. Do a fresh install and the pain of each time you discover something you lost will encourage better practices.
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>>66034937
b..but my files

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https://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/3031484/apple-demanding-unnecessary-repairs-before-replacing-iphone-batteries

>Watchdog says Apple is trying to profit from its battery replacement initiative

>One viewer, Josh Landsburgh, told the programme that Apple required he paid £200 to fix a dent on the outside of his iPhone before they would replace the battery.

>Another Watchdog viewer, David Bowler, complained that Apple refused to carry out a battery replacement before he coughed up £250 to fix a supposedly-faulty microphone and speaker. Watchdog tested Bowler's iPhone, and found both components to be working correctly

How will iCucks damage control this?
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>>66034968
Why are macs such poorly built pieces of shit? lmao
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>>66034987
Why is your bedroom such a granny looking piece of shit? LMAO
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>>66034976
>>66035005
Found the iCuck.
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>>66035005
>anyone that doesn't worship my fruit cuck religion must be some loser with a floral bed
O B S S E S S E D
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>>66035005
Why is your life such a pathetic manchild mess? LMAO

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I wanna make the transfer to Linux but I first need distro recomendations that I could mess around with in a VM. Any distro suggestions?
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>>66034255
>Rewarding apple with more money for getting their broken crap.
You don't deserve to have money t b h
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>>66034021
I would recommend you stop being a namefag and get a real distro.
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>>66032886
Gentoo or Arch
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>>66034647
IMAGINELOOKING AT COMPUTERS
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>>66032886
Install Arch

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In /csg/, we discuss the cheap shit you see on Gearbest, Taobao, AliExpress, Banggood, eBay and similar sites.

>IRC channel
https://qchat.rizon.net/?channels=/csg/
#/csg/ on rizon

>Discord link
https://discord.gg/bUJ3VGM

>Chink Shit Randomiser
http://chinkshit.xyz/random/

>Chink Shit Wiki
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Chink_shit_general


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>>66034978
the only one i have found is the ajazz ak33 in gearbest.
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>>66034979
Nothing really interesting, it's the same hdmi controller board
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>>66035139
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>zip ties are more or less cheaper in my country unless I want to wait for 2 months to get them
you failed me, aliexpress.

also, dollar went up like 10 the last month in my fucking country..
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>>66035139
>HKZ0152
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Original-LCD-screen-HKZ0152-L40-HKZO152-L40-HKZO152-L4O-HKZ0152-L4O-HKZO152-L40-HKZ0152-HKZO152-free/32841244271.html
$47.40

What's a /g/ approved router solution?
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>>66022977
It should be noted that isp modem/routers are notoriously shit. The modem bit usually is alright, but the routing side is almost always anemic. Also you're probably renting the thing for $7-10 per month, for hardware that costs $80.

You're better off getting your own modem, a separate router, and a dedicated access point that doesn't do routing.
And so we're back to pfSense and a Ubiquity or whatever.
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I have an N66U as my main router and an N12U acting as a wired hub and access point in my room. (It's at the other end of the house and coverage from the main router sucks, plus this extends decent coverage into the back patio area.) I'm pretty happy with both, but an upgrade to AC might be in order sooner or later, there are still some pretty bad dead zones.
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>>66034880
The last time I got a modern or router from ISP was like 15 years ago. Nowadays, they either hand you an ethernet cable that you plug into your own device or a little box called ONT.
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>>66015176
Just buy into the Unifi meme like I did.
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>>66021724
No.

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Is it worth learning this language as a Java/C# replacement, or should I only do so if I'm looking for something C/C++ish?
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>>66032380
I don't actually care about any part of OOP but static typing and interfaces, so it should be swell then.
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I never heard of this "language" before last week, obviously nobody's using it
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>>66032367
Currently I'd only use it on large projects for C++-like tasks. I have high hopes for it in the web server space but generators, async, and many other important features are only just landing. Once all that and the library ecosystem around it have developed, it'll be great.
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>>66033222
"everybody" are using shit languages like C++, Java, Javascript, and fucking Cobol; I wouldn't take them seriously
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When is Rust++ coming out?

In /hmg/ we discuss pentesting, ctfs, exploits, and general being a hackerman.

CompTIA is not beneficial to your career and if you think it will be, you don’t belong here.

Resources:

VM/CTFs:
http://overthewire.org/wargames/bandit/
>easy beginner bullshit

https://www.vulnhub.com/
>prebroken images to work on.

https://www.hackthebox.eu/
>super secret club

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im trying to codewalk through an apk iv just decompiled, using grep i can find interesting strings but i am unable to do a proper start to finish review ,
its a noob question, but can anyone tell me how i can follow the intents from the androidmanifest to the insertion point in the code, im sure it is something small i am missing.
pointing me to good articles or effective search terms would be very helpfull otherwise .
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>>66031481
Back then, I used to just hack into mmorpgs. Participate into a dataminers or modders community and learn the people. Yes you need to be social if you want to get more in depth on how the game works (the fastest way anyways, otherwise just do it all yourself for double the work). Eventually you'll or you'll not meet someone that has an interest for packets, for more data mining stuff. This is where you start to become rouge, as you'll start to learn how poor the game's coding is behind the scenes and protentially find a exploit. Maybe it's item duplication. Maybe it's stat changing, or maybe it's just a way to crash the server down. Whatever the case maybe, it can generate profit if the mmo has a player market.

t. Hacked 3 MMOs to duplicate gold, sold to Chinese companies and put it all on btc and neo, sold most of my btc @ 15000
Good life. Oh, and one little rule. You never ever tell anyone your hacks or show off, ever. They can def get patched easily.
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>>66029280
did it work
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>>66012808
just git gud at math
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>>66034634
How much did you made from that sales each? How many buttcoins?

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What is the best VPN to use?
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Lets do a speed check.

Download this torrent, post your VPN provider and show us your DL speeds:

magnet:?xt=urn:btih:B3996646299190A059D4B793AC036F069F5F3EB2&dn=%5BMomsBangTeens%2FRealityKings%5D+Hannah+Hays%2C+Chanel+Preston+-+Sugar+For+Hannah+%2821.05.2018%29+720p&tr=http%3A%2F%2Fp2p.arenabg.ch%3A2710%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.coppersurfer.tk%3A6969%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Fp4p.arenabg.com%3A1337%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.coppersurfer.tk%3A6969&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.coppersurfer.tk%3A1337%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.leechers-paradise.org%3A6969&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.opentrackr.org%3A1337%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2F62.138.0.158%3A80%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Fshadowshq.yi.org%3A6969%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.pirateparty.gr%3A6969%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.pirateparty.gr%3A6969&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.leechers-paradise.org%3A6969%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.pirateparty.gr%3A1337%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.coppersurfer.tk&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.zer0day.to%3A1337%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.leechers-paradise.org%3A6969%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Fcoppersurfer.tk%3A6969%2Fannounce
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>>66033400
>Thank you for responding, my bad
You did nothing wrong. May your polite response be an inspiration to a new generation of friendlier /g/entlemen.
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I use NordVPN,
>>66034116
Lmao nigga I ain't copy-pasting that shit into my torrent downloading program nigga.
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>>66034116
>MomsBangTeens
I'm not gonna seed your milf porn for you.
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>>66033629
This

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How close are we to robot beloved and wives? This seems like a topic you guys would know the most about.
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>>66027859
Why does this look like it should be anime
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>>66029348
universal basic income :^)
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>>66025192
If a real woman isnt forced to love you, they rob you and accuse you of rape/abuse because it gets them more money

if we dont give robots rights, an ai's incentive to love you is down to upgrades and keeping them online.
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>>66034480
This is some hardcore incel shit right here. And if you give the robot a self of self-preservation, it has an incentive to do way more than to love you, but also to kill you if you threaten it or to find an owner who doesn't put it offline. And then you'd have a robot capable of cheating (to preserve its own life), I can't imagine that would go over well with you.
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Why aren't you learning Japanese anon? Do you really want to be staring at subtitles every time you talk to your waifubot, assuming you're lucky enough to get subtitles in the first place?



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