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 No.1908[Reply]

how much coding is enough for me to make a single app with multiplayer features,LAN and working 3d graphic? how thick?
where can i find the resource to be able to tackle one whole product say, in unity, unreal or maybe writing from scratch in Vs Code?

basically knowing everything todo and nottodo within the span of the project and improvise along that guideline? not leaving me with a blank canvas/textpad i have no idea what to do with?

pls link me books or basically outline me how much is needed to do so and so

 No.1909

It will depend on what kind of game you are trying to make, a multiplayer "Pong" will be a lot easier to make than an MMORPG.

 No.1910

>>1909 lets start from Pong with an active userbase. a pong dot IO i guess.



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 No.1905[Reply]

what do you do to prevent static discharge when working with sensitive technology/parts?

 No.1906

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Strip to my underwear, of course. Didn't you watch the show?

 No.1907

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better get a heater then



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 No.1956[Reply]

how do u be good in cloud computing biz? get cert and get job? what do u need to understand abt it to master it?

 No.1957

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>>1956
Learn and be curious.

 No.1958

I highly recommend Linux. Most, if not all, big tech companies run Linux servers, and many cloud services are similar. The best way to learn Linux (in my experience) is to jump right in. See if you can install Linux on an old laptop, or run WSL2 on Windows (not bad). Learn how to navigate the command-line, and also read some books on Linux.
The CompTIA Linux+ certification is pretty good, and you can find the textbook for it on 1lib.us. Of course, if you already know GNU/Linux, then I guess look for internship programs at cloud providers.

 No.1959

>>1957 everyone hates me asking too much
>>1958 i know linuxes and its protocols. but i still cant pass all the 5 cent certification tests after studying and the biggest license cost like hundred buck or so… it s nuts

 No.1960

>>1958 I'm going to - since windows 10 has been a source of insanity and frustration for years in my case.



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 No.1933[Reply]

Post workstations ITT
This could include your PC, soldering station, HAM setup, etc, etc.
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 No.1951

>>1950
gimme my drink back you cartoon hoe

 No.1952

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 No.1953

>>1952
Nice song but I feel like it lacks something, it keeps building up without ever reaching the peak and then just suddenly starts to decline…

 No.1954

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>>1953
>where's the drop?
>mfw

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arch/w10 dual boot
5600x
16gb 3200mhz
rx550 4gb
700w psu



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 No.1843[Reply]

I have an mikrotik RB941-2nD-TC acces point and I gutted it out of curiosity. I'm wondering if it could be used for something interesting besides intended use. Any ideas?

 No.1844

>>1843
sell the parts

 No.1845

that would net me 5 bucks max

 No.1846

You can install some GNU/Linux on it and mess around with that? OpenWRT says they no longer support it because it does not have enough memory but you could still try setting up something.

 No.1847

that was the first thing I thought of, but I'm not sure how exactly as it doesn't really want me to edit anything, even the stuff im supposed to edit.

 No.1848

ok, figured out how to set it up, now I just need a distro that will run on this. I think I'll try to set up a wifi that sends you some files when you connect and doesn't let any other traffic thru to troll wifi leeches.



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 No.898[Reply]

Cyberpunk music? Yeah, we all know synthwave but what else do you think would fit into a cyberpunk setting/universe?
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 No.1065

>>1051
The `e' board is a work of art.

 No.1086

>>1051
This has to be one of the most disorienting sites I've browsed.

>>1065
^

More maidcore:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDgzH7IfrQs

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 No.1090

>>898
If we ignore the domain for a second and just care about the music, I really like the lainchan radio. I prefer the everything channel because it includes the cyberia and the swing music which is a pretty nice contrast.

 No.1105

*psst*
Hey kid, wanna hack the planet?

https://rekt.network/?station=rekt



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 No.1784[Reply]

Github just announced their "copilot": https://copilot.github.com/

What do you think about it? To me it sounds like someone was upset that programmers tend to enjoy the creative side of their job so they outsourced it to an AI. But don't worry, you won't loose your job, you are still useful for debugging and fixing the randomly generated mess your AI overlord produces in the name of efficiency.

 No.1785

>>1784
I’m kinda spooked but I don’t mind. I knew that this would happen, it’s why I shy away from anything that’s not self-hosted so I’m not a part of it. Kinda excited to see what it brings since you can’t really stop it.

 No.1786

>>1785
I wonder if it will catch on, writing specifications in natural language and then debugging the randomly generated code sounds a lot more effort than just writing the code yourself. At least when you are debugging code written by another human you can assume that they had a reason to write the code the way it is, but figuring out what the generated code actually does, is that correct, and if not, how to make it correct, sounds a lot harder.

It makes me wonder what kind of work the people excited about this do, where this is the actual bottleneck. I know that even if the AI could write the same code as I do, it wouldn't drastically change my job, because that's not the actually hard part of software engineering in my field.



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 No.1787[Reply]


Does it terrify anyone else that the ludovico technique from A Clockwork Orange is 100% possible in real life.\

And does anyone know a time in history or a government who use this technology or a technology similar to it in real life?
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 No.1790

There is a little group of people who use technology who turn upstanding men in to twinks and they are called the j-*gets nuked by an /redacted/ aircraft*

 No.1791

>>1788
>>1790
So is it rap or jazz musicians? I'm not sure who to believe.

 No.1792

>>1791

No janes ad-

 No.1793

>>1790
>upstanding men
Let's not kid ourselves here.

 No.1794

>>1793
bambi sleep



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 No.914[Reply]

What are these guys wearing, seriously. It looks cool but extremely dorky at the same time.
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 No.929

>>928
Got a link to that Reddit post?

 No.946

>>914
This is the Wearable Computing group, MIT Media Lab in 1995. Head Mounted Displays (HMDs) were close to impossible to get so most of it was hacked out of (analog!) display kits, videocam displays or expensive entertainment headsets. Fast forward 20 years and affordable HMDs are still a pipe dream. The bags carry the Single Board Computers and batteries. They are similar to the Pi/Arduino/Beagle, which are widely available these days and very much affordable. Input is usually done by a chording keyboard like the BAT or Twiddler (Jeld by the guy far right. I believe the company that makes it is still around.)

If you are interested, look for archives of the USENET group comp.sys.wearables.

>>915
Steve Mann, far left is now in the U of Toronto and Thad Starner, far right is in GA Tech. Sorry, I don't remember the others.

>>916
Jokes aside, yes, they all ran Linux ;)

 No.1098

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>>914
I have this bizarro sketch illustration from 1988's Soviet home multimedia computer system design proposal. It looks exactly like the guys in OP.
The writings on right panel say:
Processors (memory) lol
Videoeffectors
Audioeffectors
Processors (receiver, memory) <-probably describing the antenna thing

The left panel is a plan of an apartment/house with rooms described clockwise as follows:
—–
Bus ducts
Audio-video <- Looks like a study, home office with generic video conferencing setup
—–
High-distance communication receivers
Learning (Schooling) <- child's room
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 No.1099

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>>1098
Here's full setup

Your admin is such a meanie for not allowing Tor posters

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 No.1807[Reply]

This thread is to discuss anprim, ecofash, any ecological or primitive ideology.

I think, generally, primitivist ideologies are healthy for both people and nature. I worried though about primitivist ideologies making the culture which take them up defenseless in any form of foreign conflict. as a result a highly suicidal choice for a society to take.

Got any points about it, put them here. If you think that any one of these ideologies are good or bad talk about it. Any philosophy about it put it here.
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 No.1811

>>1807
I guess primitivist views, especially if we just talk about just a little views (not like in completely being a retarded apple consumer) are very good for the individual. If that would be the case, the capitalist system, wouldn't just greenwash everything, but maybe actually destroying less nature. Maybe even look for ways to reduce plastic instead of just LARPing plastic as ecofriendly paper. But a full primitivist ideology sounds really retarded to me and reminds me of (where was it? maybe) kambodia, where that primitivist ruler killed all scholars and stuff like that.

 No.1812

>>1809

That already exist, they are called the Amish.

 No.1813

>>1811

It isn't good for keeping the achievements of a culture, now does it. That is a major complaint of it. The first man to discover the boom stick will rule over man. A story extremely foolish follow through it. Maybe a similar principle could be used to make a better ideology that isn't completely doomed from the start.

 No.1814

>>1810
Of course not. Wanting the good includes wanting it even if you never see it benefit you personally.
>>1812
Amish are inbred and regressive. They don't want their children reading the Bible too closely…
>>1813
Except the Chinese invented gunpowder but didn't do anything with it.

 No.1815

I own tedk.net. Intent is for it to be a very simple website that grants access to all of Kaczynski's works (including ones regarding mathematics) but so far it only has the manifesto. Tried e-mailing lawyers, got nothing, got bored, gave up for now. Someday…



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