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IT Recruiters by Isabella Pipperway - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 11:23:18 EST ID:MobLC+J/ No.37665 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone have stupid experience with them?
They either bail on you and cancel the interview they set up, or they have almost no domain knowledge and try to match you with a position you’re not qualified for and not interested in.
This guy just tried to set me up for an interview with a job as a healthcare data analyst, where they use all this pharmacy-specific software and some other medical stuff I’ve never heard of. He just wants his commission so he’ll send over any candidate hoping eventually one works.
I’m not going to an hour-long interview where 5 minutes in we’ll realize we’re not a fit for each other. What the fuck, guy.
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Shit Biblingneg - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 12:40:03 EST ID:9t0AOqTI No.37669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Getting my admin/security certs currently and I every time I see shit like this I question my path. Everyone in IT seems to hate it. Luckily I can program so these certs might help me get a programming job or my programming skills might get me an IT job that isn't super shitty.
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Nell Turveylock - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 20:08:31 EST ID:RcFyzjPR No.37722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They're educated but know absolutely nothing and the only thing keeping you from being where they are is a piece of paper saying you can't learn without a teacher.
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Polly Follerdale - Sun, 17 Mar 2019 17:46:34 EST ID:yWCJdZvc No.37723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37665
It's a pretty similar situation to technical recruiters in general, OP. The problem is that tech people are busy and don't have time to sit around doing high-level interviews or sorting through resumes or LinkedIn profiles all day long, so they hire recruiters to do it for them in the hopes that their recruiters will send them good candidates so that they only have to actually talk to the good ones.

Just be glad that they want you to interview there, it means that this recruiter thinks that you're one of the good ones :)


A ridiculous sequence of courses by Doris Blatherstock - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 02:38:16 EST ID:HC1vVHLz No.37033 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello, I made and actually did all this (including the 'grad level' research electives, except for the coding theory book)
https://functionalcs.github.io/curriculum/

It's easier than it looks, it took me 3 years to do that. I did it about 3-4 hrs a day at first but then everything kind of snowballed and I finished it with only 1hr a day after the first year. These days I'm finishing The Art of Computer Programming series, I'm done up to book 4A and doing 4B draft at the same time. I just do it 20-30mins a day.

I cannot shill TAOCP enough, it totally changed me from amateur to professional computer scientist by just doing hundreds and hundreds of exercises. 20mins a day, for one year, it's all you need for the first book. Anyway, pick and choose what you want from this list and enjoy

I make money from cloning shopify apps, and I work P/T on https://turtle.ai/ though much more infrequently these days. I started out shilling myself on elance (now "upwork") as a jr developer and literally taking jobs from 3rd world countries for less than I would spend on lunch. I also work 2 days a week at my local university doing "ML" (statistics) for a cancer research lab making peanuts but it's research, and fun to do, and I don't need the money. The book in that above link, "Parallel and Sequential Algorithms" was directly responsible for the lab hiring me. Anyway anons I'm here to tell you to try this have a good day.
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Fanny Bunlock - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 22:39:19 EST ID:x6K3CZQk No.37717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37707
The way I found these courses was mainly due to research methods I learned in said courses, like the data scraping course where I'd archive the entire CMU or Stanford site then test what didn't require a login. Back then almost nothing required a login, the OS course, 15-122, ect were all open. Then I of course foolishly posted them and they all ended up paywalled. I try to keep the course list on the down low, posting to obscure chans to find people like myself but it gets posted to HN and wherever these days but I'd prefer it wasn't just so nobody notices people are getting free access ergo shutting it all down. When I scrape most universities these days it's almost all entirely Piazza links unfortunately which means paywall.

My recommendations to find more of these courses is just go through their course offerings that year and look up the course numbers/professor or TA names to get the course page. I sometimes used a search analysis service for this, like Ahrefs (note, they hire remote ocaml devs if interested) also github looking for public repositories where some student archived the labs and other assignments. I've also written a few professors and asked them to keep lectures open, or record lectures for the next semester to be posted on youtube. Can't do this anymore because of the Berkeley lawsuits where people sued the university claiming the free lectures they dumped as a public service weren't accessible enough and as a result hundreds of lectures disappeared off YouTube. To make a long post short, lawsuits basically prevent universities from just fully opening their courses. I always thought it was due to tuition grubbing but no it's lawsuits. I also follow professors now as they move around and check their webpages for classes or theoretical talks they give, like Ryan O'Donnel which is probably my favorite professor since he's opened most of his courses https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWnu2XymDtORV--qG2uG5eQ/playlists the Quantum Computing courses are very good btw, you're just learning the quantum information theory model and how to write a (randomized) algorithm that will run on a quantum architecture. No PhD in Quantum ph…
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Fanny Bunlock - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 00:25:52 EST ID:x6K3CZQk No.37718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37717
Since I'm here and never post, I'll talk some careless shit, primarily money, schemes, side projects.
Mainly because if you were me +/- 5 years ago you'd be broke and living off schemes like I used to, so let's talk schemes as everything is constantly evolving in the scheme space.
My strategy back then was simply clone a service, charge 1/2 as much, add twice as many features and then (don't tell anybody) deny service to that service. I didn't do it the 'illegal' way by pounding them with DoS traffic, I just discovered loops that wouldn't terminate, accomplishing the same outcome. This is straight from my original background in reading 2600 and hanging out in IRC all day, which is pretty much max cringe in current year. I'm assuming what I did wasn't illegal but who knows, anyway today is not yesterday, and this strategy won't work. So you want to make money now.

Again functional programming is your secret weapon. If you know say, OCaml, you can go on your local craigslist and just advertise that you can make the impossible realized. They want a combinatorial auction service? Message passing to shared-memory threads as a programming model for parallelism then solve the bids. Use google scholar for anything you want to make, somebody has already made it in theory, or they wrote a survey paper. Transact their paper into OCaml code and sell your MVP for scheme bucks like I used to do. The reason why I shill OCaml so much is not because I'm in love with it's syntax and shitty libraries but because it has at least some libraries (more than SML) and you get ML modules. The idea of modules is from abstract algebra, and from Alan Kay's orig idea of how OOP was supposed to be: message passing over a massive network of distributed servers all performing their own algebras. An algebra is a module, the official wikipedia definition being an algebra is a module, wherein you can also multiply two module elements. ML family languages are not like regular programming languages where you simply import a library and then get some kind of syntax abbreviation to access it's functions, it's an entirely different world where these modules can…
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Phyllis Dreddleville - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 17:54:23 EST ID:Xdvh/Cps No.37721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37717
Holy shit, wow! Thank you so much. I think those meta skills rival the value of the resources themselves, personally. Good to know I'll pick it up as I go, that data scraping course (which I've been working through) has really amped up my internet power user game so I really had me wondering how you found this stuff, and your explanation is sort of what I roughly expected.

>paywall
Out of curiosity, do these walls normally require student enrollment? Or can I just pay $5 to scrape a site, or something? I might be willing to pay a little bit for some of the courses you've described as lost to paywalls, but not anything over $20 really. I imagine the fee is more than what I'm willing to cough up anyway.

>>37718
Nice anon, if you start a blog let us lesser beings know! You're writing is always extremely motivational.

>think about abstractions like this, how can you just remove everything and operate on a higher level.
Solid anecdote, I've had many similar thoughts and ideas since starting the curriculum, but I'm not quite productive enough yet to pump anything out quickly, but I'm trying. Though I have developed some really ugly programs for myself (mostly for some second hand good flipping, hopefully automating some service arbitrage soon too). I really cannot wait until I'm able to smoothly develop apps and SaaS products without breaking my back on a prototype.

>Everything I write these days is in this style now, or 'paradigm'.
That's awesome, I've just begun scratching the surface in with literate programming in emacs.

Thanks for taking the time, anon. Your presence over the last couple years has had a big impact on my programming skills, and, more importantly, the way I think. /cringe


Converting plaintext to runnable code by David Sundlelock - Wed, 13 Mar 2019 17:25:18 EST ID:DF3Sj/6k No.37708 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys.
I'm making a little game in unity right now and I'm building the quest system.

I want to make this system open ended, as in a quest requirement could be anything from clicking a ui button to changing any property in the game.

My first thought was to make a " " simple " " parsing engine to detect my own processing tags (i.e. $player.name) and then build a crapload of utility functions to execute any possible command.

The problem is that this game is a simulation, with a HUGE array of possible commands, and a huge amount of granularity interfacing those commands with all the data classes.

Is it possible to convert plaintext to c# AND run it while the game is running?

Example quest:

questID = Tutorial_1
questTitle = Welcome to the game
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Martha Drannernot - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 17:31:05 EST ID:yWCJdZvc No.37720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes it's possible. No it's not easy. You can do runtime C# compilation quite easily, but converting plaintext to C# code is probably going to be a pain in the butt if you don't really strictly define how your "plaintext" is supposed to be structured and laid out. Additionally, you should spend some time to think about what functionality you really want/need and only include the minimal set for now to make things easier to get started.


Learning C# by James Randi - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 15:15:03 EST ID:x3YbP8ya No.37565 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can you recomend any good books I can get in PDF or good online free "courses"to learn some C#
I'm using sololearn.com right now and its ok but i wanted to try some other sort of things like this.
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James Randi - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 07:30:42 EST ID:mSoylwga No.37715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37714
I also realize there are no programing courses here. I really only started learning this at all to do game deving as a hobby.
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Clara Heggleville - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 17:25:48 EST ID:DF3Sj/6k No.37716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37715
It's too bad you don't have access to the courses but not the end of the world. Just always keep in mind that there are often big information-gaps when it comes to the beginner-level stuff.

Udemy might be a good resource for beginner level, I haven't tried it myself but their ads mention learning 'functions and variables' so high likelyhood they really get into the actual stuff you need to know to get started.
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Fanny Bunlock - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 01:34:05 EST ID:x6K3CZQk No.37719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37714
>I want to make games as a hobby
Look up the required courses of a game design program https://www.cs.cornell.edu/undergrad/minors/game-design-minor
Look up each course http://www.cs.cornell.edu/courses/cs3152/2019sp/lectures/index.php
See what books they're using, get the pdf from libgen.io http://www.cs.cornell.edu/courses/cs3152/2019sp/materials/text.php

Then repeat, like the Computer Graphics course http://www.cs.cornell.edu/courses/cs4620/2018fa/#schedule
The programming part is easy, just connecting together libraries after you design the game logic and visuals which are the hard parts. Something else you may want to look at is web assembly, it's just a minimal viable product right now so missing tons of things, but if you know C++ you can write in-browser games as a hobby. It will be a binary that's pushed to the client, and they run it client side, which means access to native graphics. Here are some bad examples, you can optimize this performance like not using s3 free tier for one https://www.webassemblygames.com/


Making money from programming by Matilda Cheshshit - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 23:02:59 EST ID:vb/GtI8M No.37631 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I did a coding project for a college professor despite having no prior experience. It was for some pretty important work this dude needed help with to get published, so I'm over-confident and full of myself right now because of my babby's first programming script.

All I did was scrape information from some websites. Anyways, how can I make money from my obviously god-tier programming abilities? I need to ride this high of ignorance before I realize I don't know anything about programming.
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David Sundlelock - Wed, 13 Mar 2019 19:05:39 EST ID:DF3Sj/6k No.37710 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37668
>Code fast
That's a strange way of saying that they refactor past projects for new clients lmao

>>37631
I wouldn't recommend trying to take on professional work just because you managed to combine some information you found on stackoverflow.
It's a good starting point, don't get me wrong...
But you could find yourself in legal trouble if you were to say, agree to create an encrypted database and it's not actually secure
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Wesley Brillypidge - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 15:40:52 EST ID:Vu8mgKGQ No.37712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37710
>That's a strange way of saying that they refactor past projects for new clients lmao

The sad part is many projects are born out of somebody wants something like an existing software they have but change one thing. This is why 99% of all business centered apps are exactly the same or equivalent when it come to the datbase backend.

There are users, permissions, roles and then something akin to a product, something akin to an invoice and something akin to a payment.

Come to think of it somebody should invent something like zen coding but for sql statements.
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Fucking Gushnare - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 18:55:43 EST ID:DF3Sj/6k No.37713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37712
>Zen Coding for SQL

I think that's called LINQ in C#


my little project by Henry Hondledock - Mon, 02 Oct 2017 10:12:55 EST ID:JLm2mO7q No.37207 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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is it possible to make a file automatically open after downloading (any brower)?
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William Hickleshit - Mon, 02 Oct 2017 19:16:15 EST ID:gezKXAce No.37208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37207
Sure, in Firefox, you can go to about:preferences#applications and set up what you want to happen.
In Chrome, after you download a file, you can click the little arrow beside it and choose to always opens files of this type.
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David Sundlelock - Wed, 13 Mar 2019 19:14:23 EST ID:DF3Sj/6k No.37711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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sounds like you're trying to code malware but ok


SQL???? by Frederick Billingham - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 23:03:54 EST ID:CWRrpPJ1 No.37095 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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heya proggers

what are the career prospects for those proficient in SQL and SQL alone?

Took a year long course in marketing research and I realize the databasers seem more of my folk than than the marketeering knobs.

What languages complement SQL? What are some good resources for learning SQL?

Thanks proggies
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Isabella Packleson - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 15:57:46 EST ID:V7eGwZUD No.37123 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP, get into PostgreSQL. It's a legit good analytical tool and my company uses it everywhere.
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Shit Fanfield - Fri, 01 Jun 2018 20:09:22 EST ID:+t8dQYkO No.37553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Que biyo más feo
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Oliver Wiffingforth - Wed, 27 Feb 2019 12:39:02 EST ID:HrX4sc/Y No.37700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37123
Postgres is the shit. You can totally use/abuse TSQUERY/TSVECTOR to add basic fuzzy-matching text search for at least English and a few other languages.


Made a new text board by Albert Cemblestatch - Fri, 30 Mar 2018 08:47:43 EST ID:UVRoze3r No.37484 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Made a new text board tell me what do you guys think. I am a beginner coder
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Oliver Wiffingforth - Wed, 27 Feb 2019 12:29:43 EST ID:HrX4sc/Y No.37699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It looks cute. It's a start. Classic web textboards/imageboards/foums can be great hobby projects for learning the essentials of making a HTTP-CRUD web application.

Don't worry about the layout so much. But do put a lot of thought into making your HTML structures logical and semantic. Not only does it make the DOM easier to reason about, but once you settle on a good document structure, writing CSS will become easier not having to worry about changing your selectors.


Porn scraper by William Sicklespear - Sun, 01 Oct 2017 05:52:25 EST ID:+UW/1Srw No.37203 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a login to nubilefilms.com and am considering writing a quick scraper.

There is somewhere in the ballpark of 500GB of 1080p content plus loads of images.

Any interest?
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Rebecca Dranderchane - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 07:01:02 EST ID:3fDlUcbP No.37679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37203

going the python way, either beautifulsoup + scrapy or pyautogui with selenium.
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Ernest Cuvingchick - Tue, 20 Nov 2018 23:59:29 EST ID:r5si74OP No.37680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Use image recognition api's to look for anything flesh colored and download whatever it links to.
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Hedda Dartfoot - Wed, 27 Feb 2019 12:25:00 EST ID:+ZPk5Yi7 No.37698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37203
maybe you can add new website:
https://github.com/RipMeApp/ripme


Share some prog humour by Matilda Honeybury - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 20:29:21 EST ID:4hyScbdZ No.37689 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Matilda Honeybury - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 20:33:12 EST ID:4hyScbdZ No.37691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Matilda Honeybury - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 20:52:21 EST ID:4hyScbdZ No.37692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Fucking Pitthood - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 05:20:05 EST ID:8mYCMPDK No.37694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dumping is strongly discouraged outside of the porn boards, newfriend.


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