AboutAn italian physics student with an innate love for computers and programming. Oh, i love hamburger too! And pizza! And physics simulation! And cellular automata! And and!
SkillsPython, C++, ArchLinux, FreeBSD, some Brainfuck, Cellular Automata, a little bit of Cython. BAD English... I use EMACS. I wish to learn F#, Clojure and Machine Learning.
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A Python-Brainfuck compiler written in Python. In future it will be a separate language, but for now I use directly Python even for the language.
All written in Python, without external library.
His name is MurPy, at the moment it has variables, if, comparisons, else.
Now I'm working on a multiple subroutine support2
GNOME 3 vs KDE vs XFCE vs Custom Openbox vs Cinnamon
What would you choose?
I'm a lover of XFCE and Openbox. Sometimes even i3w24
I've every been a Arch Linux fag. It's my main OS from 5 years. With a small parenthesis of two months of FreeBSD recently, I've used before Arch Kubuntu, Ubuntu, Fedora KDE, OpenSolaris (randomly), CentOs, plus a lot of others distro for tests.
But I've never tested Debian!
So I've installed it on my small server.
Oh... My... God.... It's fantastic. PACMAN >>> apt, but damn it's really stable and out of the box even if minimal. A very surprise. I think it can be my favorite remote Linux for a long time....
But a question rises. Why with a father like Debian... Ubuntu after the 11.04 is such a shame? The last I've tested is the 12.04 I think, but I've hated it, and I hate it even now. (Crash, driver not found, apt problem, very heavy repos and my internet sucks, UNITY, etc...)
Ubuntu, what happened to you ...? With Kubuntu 8 you were such a good guy...4
1. Run all the unittest and have a full green
2. Run a simulation
3. Run a simulation and all works properly
4. git push6
Normal app: "DEV I NEED THIS, 1 STAR. WITHOUT THIS IS SHIT"
devrant app: "Guys, I've created a client for desktop computer for devrant, tell me if I can upgrade anymore"
Such beautiful community ♥4
When you are coding, put your coffeepot on fire, and forgot about it for two hours.
My life suck tonight.12
Have you ever used Dart?
Is it interesting for a desktop only (expecially Python and C++) enthusiast?
I've heard it's a very well built language, but a bit boring to use.3
After ten reinstallation, finally ready my first Virtual Machine fully operative with FreeBSD.
An OS full of surprise for a Arch-fag like me.
It's just like Arch, but without complicated simple things. Even if the raw system don't have anything on, in ten minutes is a fully operative system with even a configurated Desktop Enviroment.
The malus: driver. Not every machine can be the host for FreeBSD, for example AMD GPU can't send audio channel throw the hdmi port.
Personally i love the BSD License, so i think this OS will be my permanent one after Windows 101
Many thanks to DevRant, finally i'm learning english "in the real world"
I'm always been incapable of learning language, but in return I know a lot of programming languages.
Can i choose a prog lang has my mothertongue?5
When you are italian but you want a laptop with a US keyboard....
... all the shop online (with less than 10€ of shipping cost) become empty.
Adobe Flash Player will officially die in 2020.
No more updates. If there'is a security bug, it remain.30
I have finished some docs for my project.
Going to bed.
GIANT insect in my bed.
I think i'll not sleep tonight...
I prefere the doc work.1
Someone here use FreeBSD at home or work?
I'm very interested and right now i'm doing some test on a VM. It remember me Arch Linux and Gentoo together1
I need a new OS.
I have one year of Kubuntu, one year of Fedora KDE and there years of Arch Linux (Openbox, KDE, i3wm).
Now I'm undecided between debian and Arch Linux as a stable System.
What do you guys recommend me?
I hate picking huge software from AUR and need to compile it, but i hate having always a, yes stable package, but under versioned...
(and, exist a Debian minimal without everything Archstyle?)15
We have Python. A very fast to use language.
We have a package warehouse with a lot of packet, PyPI.
Why for the rage of the Gods the upload procedure of a new package to PyPI need to be so LONG and not easily understood??2
(loop [cnt 2 out [1 1]]
(if (>= cnt n)
(recur (inc cnt) (conj out (+ (first (reverse out)) (second (reverse out)))))
Clojure and Lisp have something of so beautiful... I don't know what it is, but is magical.1
Friend: "You are good with computers right?"
Friend: "Can you put an eye on my computer? Mint crash at every startup"
Me: (Oh Linux! For this time ok) "Yeah, show me"
My friend open the pc...
Pc: "KERNEL PAAAAANIC!"
Me: ".... WTF!?"
Friend: "Can you repair this?"
That was a long day...
(My friend closed the lid without the drivers and then the pc from the standby did not wake up correctly)6
TL;DR: Brainfuck & Abstraction is so cool!
One of my dreams is to make a Mandelbrot Fractal with Brainfuck as the one on Rosetta Code.
I'm too lazy... So i'm writing a Compiler for Brainfuck.
At now i have 900 line of Python code and the operation VAR, SET, ADD, SUB, MUL with nested operation compatibility, IF, ELSE, ENDIF...
Probably i will doing it fast directly with BF but damn if abstraction is so cool!!4
When you use Git for the first time and your project from 29 commit jump to 62 for continous error with Pull Request.
Of this new 33 commit, only 3 are REAL commit.
Four hour for reset and fix all The master branch.
But finally all is fixed and i've learned more on Git... (?)2
I'm a physics student who have problem with the "theory without every application (even theoretical)" approach of my university. I'm at the second year. The year is near to end i will pass at the first year of Informatic Engineering, one of my real True love who took from me a lot of time. I don't know what will happen... But Electronics and Informatics are my True love. I hope it's not too late...2
Six hour of intensive training with Python. Every hour there is something so "WHAT THE F*** COME FROM THAT MAGNIFICENT S**T!?" in my head....