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Woke up today with the idea that I'm gonna make a website for myself now I'm a high school student and have 0 income so i thought ight well i will just use the github student developer pack .... oh wait my school blocks it ...... ight ill get a free .me domain from name cheap..... oh its blocked too ill try porkbun and get a free .design domain shit that offers over Ight ill try . Freenom ..........................................(15min of loading later) ......ERROR: cannot verify you are human
well damn
¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Not today I guess

Can't get a fucken job cause i got school

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  • 2
    Awww. Have you tried heroku?
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    @NoMad yea blocked
  • 1
    @NoMad I have had a bad experience with Heroku...
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    @OmerFlame idk back when I used to play with it (about 4-5 years ago) it was good.
  • 1
    @NoMad huh.

    I had connection issues, the servers just didn’t want to run... many things broke really fast (not on my side even though I was mediocre in my code compared to today)
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    @OmerFlame what language tho?
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    @NoMad Express (I actually don’t remember much but I remember having many issues with it, that’s for sure)
  • 1
    @OmerFlame nodejs? Npm could fuck up. I remember I used a clean build of latest and greatest.
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    @NoMad I ran away from website development because I was actually pretty bad at it and I became a general-purpose programmer (I know Arduino, iOS development, just a pinch of reverse engineering) and now me and my friend are working on ohr own open-source virtual machine solution built in Swift. We already have Ubuntu server (no GUI) working!!!
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    @OmerFlame that's really awesome

    for a GUI you could startup something like NOvnc on the ubuntu server and access a GUI thru the local web browser
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    @butwhytho we want a Metal-based framebuffer, not somethingg that connects to a server. We want the solution that VMware, QEMU and VirtualBox got.

    We ONLY got this far because of Apple’s new Virtualization framework which lets us make a Linux VM in not many lines, and pipe the console output to a dumb interactive terminal. If we want to write a display driver... we have to make it ourselves.

    S i g h.
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