SkillsJava, Python, C++, C#
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But I can totally understand, that you don't recognize this stuff as 'agile'.
How does this black magic work?
My suggestion: Elevate the second monitor so the frame of the laptop ends directly under the frame of the second monitor.
Interesting, but what do you do with it? Download music to your smartphone?
I don't really get what it is meant for?
EDIT: Happy new year 2021!
Clean coding by Uncle Bob and Effective Java 3rd edition by Joshua Bloch.
Apropos bath ducks, why do they never get restocked in the devrant shop?
I'm using a 60% keyboard with arrow keys and I'm pretty happy with it.
Poker pro with cherry blues
I'd go for at least one jvm language, e.g. Kotlin or Scala.
C# is also great for game development with Unity, if that's something for you.
Python is a nice language, too, if you'd ask me, it gives you PEP as guidance for writing your code.
I think Rust is a very interesting language to go for as well.
Last but not least I'd include sth. functional for the completely different mindset/programming paradigm, e.g. Racket or Haskell
It was a common problem with older razer mice, e.g. Copperhead. Maybe that's the case for you, too.
Amazing read 👌
Your first point - sometimes yes, but sometimes it's just grunt work.
Your last two points - definitely.
@SortOfTested so you apparently went through that extreme effort and casually mention you got another two. You say getting weapons to the masses is not worth it societally, but because others can stock up on weapons you do, too? Is it like an arms race?
I don't know what to make of that 😂
Not criticism intended, I'm just puzzled.
Also what distros do you use as your daily drivers, since you mentioned that earlier I think?
Seems like you like to spend a lot of 💰 on not that good of a value. You can get better hardware for less money, as lots of ppl already told you. My piece of advice, don't do it (at least until your taxes are done). But I can relate to your twitching fingers wanting to place the order of sth. you just want. How many rounds are 800 bucks (approx.)?
Are those full auto assault rifles?
If so, dafuq! You are not even allowed to own shit like that in germany, because of the so called KriegswaffenKontrollGesetz (KrWaffKontrG).
At best you can get like handguns and maybe single shot rifles or shot guns.
Hope you don't need that kind of weaponry soon, though.
Thought about getting a crossbow, cause those are not as strictly regulated.
I may have watched too much TWD lately... :D
Also quite curious which distribution(s) you run on a regular basis?
I tend to like verilog more than vhdl.
Maybe just zone out and play some single player stuff or get lost in some amazing shows or get outside and hike or do sth sporty, kinda depends on what type you are :-)
I don't like doing frontend stuff, but I like backend stuff (e.g. databases, doing the business logic in the backend, designing the architecture of an (enterprise) application, also devops is interesting, like IaC (also containerization)). Maybe some of that speaks to you as well.
Hope you find your motivation again 🙂
What kind of ssd do you use? Does it have a cache?
Also out of curiosity: Why'd you move a partition like you're doing rn?
Take my upvote at least, bro! Hang in there, there is always some shit going down and there are always good things to happen, as well. I don't think, that your job performance is shit, nobody can expect from you (if they're sane and know what they're doing) to fix some huge and shit legacy code without any kind of support, that's just plain stupid.
I've got two questions regarding your rant:
1) what are mark sheets?
2) what do you mean by syllabus?
Best of luck for your exam and for your job! You can do it!
Thx for your answer.
How do you do that, develop your own driver? Do you reengineer the windows driver or would that not work bc of the different OS architecture?
Also I'm curious, is that driver situation the same for all vr goggles?
Why don't you use a Unix- / Linux-based OS then, if you hate Windows so much?
Games, special commercial software,..?
Just curious 😉
Just mount a board to the wall and mount the modem to that, that should give you the space you need.