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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

bad at tech

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- Thu, 16 Mar 2017 12:21:25 EST Zudx1stW No.36610
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I graduated with a liberal arts degree from a top private uni in the US a year ago- i originally got admitted for electrical & computer engineering (a top 10 program) and just struggled like hell in that major for 3 years before dropping into a (semi-useless) liberal arts major so i could gtfo with a degree. my gpa is sub >2.5

I got a shitload of C's, D's and F's in my engineering classes cause I was/am immature, had no discipline and never did my homework. i never moved past the sophomore level of courses, i.e I only got to signal processing, circuits, 3D calc, diff eq, thermo, and a bunch of 'intro' programming classes in C++, python. i did way better in my liberal arts classes cause they were mostly jokes. didn't make it to any junior 'specialized' work or any capstones.

now i'm at a small 'consulting' firm where i'm basically an excel monkey/note taking bitch making a bit below 59k a year. Yes i'm lucky to even have a job but i'm a paper pusher and I feel like I'm wasting my potential every day in an industry i give 0 fucks about

i always get an itch to self-study Ruby or something and try and get back into tech, or go back to grad school (dubious with my poopoo gpa) and try again at something 'useful'- even though I blew tits at anything i touched related to tech. at work I still read tech articles, I still have hordes of engineering textbooks i flip through from time to time cause i feel nostalgic.

Should I move on and leave tech behind since I suck at it or is there a chance to redeem myself?
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Sidney Drubblenitch - Tue, 28 Mar 2017 16:21:01 EST 9QSfnS0r No.36647 Reply
>>36643
>Get up a few hours early
lol
>every day
good one
>build mathematical maturity
yeah do it, without going to any class
>you essentially tear through all the rest
rofl

I get the distinct impression that the last thing OP needs is a collection of links.
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Albert Turveystone - Wed, 05 Apr 2017 21:18:22 EST 1joa5uVv No.36686 Reply
>>36647
but den u bee 1337 functional programmar.
no but it might be beneficial, idk.

namespaces in c++

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- Wed, 03 Aug 2016 00:37:32 EST 9GNL65xE No.35945
File: 1470199052041.jpg -(312799B / 305.47KB, 600x1500) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. namespaces in c++
newb here...

What exactly is a namespace in c++, I still don't really understand.
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for ex - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 11:30:29 EST rAGFRmkY No.36637 Reply
using namespace std;

is the namespace standard type library which hold most of the main functions of basic c++ development cout cin ect.
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Archie Breddlepin - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 15:15:42 EST u6Z4WHSY No.36638 Reply
>>36637
Careful Bru, that's almost a coherent thought.
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Samuel Henningworth - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 23:16:20 EST rAGFRmkY No.36640 Reply
its the only direct sci based answer wtf? crack?

Python

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- Fri, 17 Mar 2017 08:11:58 EST sIgWxmPi No.36612
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So I was helped here, a few month back, choosing a cartesian point from a list by some criteria. Now i need to know how I can select an entry in another list, the criteria being that it has the same index as the entry from the previous list.

Dunno if relevant but here is how i get the cartesian point from the first list:

for point in lista:
avstand = abs(math.hypot(krok[0] - point[0], krok[1] - point[1]) - redskapslengde1)
if avstand < solution[0]:
solution = (avstand, point)

return solution
answer = get_min_distance(krok, redskapslengde1, lista)

So I want to summon an entry in a different list, with the same index as this answer. The latter list consists of single numbers, not x,y pair like the former.

Whoever answers this gets to fuck me in the ass if you can find me :)
Or a cake, if you can find that.
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Nell Ceblingwitch - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 10:21:55 EST WLOo3E7i No.36620 Reply
>>36612

There are a few ways you could do it. You could keep track of the index yourself while looping through the list, or just use the index function:

listb[lista.index(solution[1])]
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Shitting Bozzletock - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 14:21:41 EST 0Wz3cQnI No.36623 Reply
>>36617
Just post your code on pastebin and maybe someone will make it do what you want for you.
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Reuben Blackdale - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 18:49:24 EST 7WN4whBM No.36629 Reply
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>>36620
Yea bich!
That's exactly what I was looking for.

Brute Force Compiler

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- Sun, 19 Mar 2017 14:35:03 EST 8Wkw9vVF No.36625
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I've just made what I call a brute force compiler. How does it work? Well it occurred to me that since a program is simply a sequence of bytes we can actually enumerate all the possible programs. So it does that, and runs each one in an emulator until the tests all pass.

One test is that the program should not have written to, read from, or branched to any byte in memory that it hasn't explicitly been given read write execute access to. Just to prove the idea, I put a second test in and that' passes if some memory location, which was initialised to 0, contains some non-zero value after the program has run. Sure enough, the compiler produced the following code (in 6502 assembly):
dec $7F
(that decrements the memory location I specified, so since it was initialised to zero now it'll obviously contain a non-zero value). And this is the shortest program that passes this test, and dec is the first opcode numerically which modifies a memory location in the necessary way.

My idea is that if we have enough tests, then we can use this to generate a program which matches some specification. (And since the programs are tested in a certain order, we also know that it's the shortest possible program that matches the specification).

So the next thing is: How can we get these necessary tests? Maybe I can automatically generate them from running an equivalent program. Maybe I can generate them from source code. Any ideas about that? Or any ideas about how useful this whole contrafibulation might be?
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Archie Bottinglack - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 03:50:28 EST P6PS9CBz No.36628 Reply
>>36625
This sounds like the principle applied to superoptimizers:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superoptimization

The problem (both with your idea and with superoptimizers) is that with larger programs your search-space expands too quickly for it to be feasible to search all possible sequences of program bytecode. If you query:
Find me the fastest program that does this thing in less than 4 bytes, you're searching through 2^32 possible (though not necessarily valid) program sequences, but if you expand the search to 8 bytes then you're already at a size too large to search on a single computer in a human lifetime at 2^64 program sequences.

If you restrict your search to only valid programs, then the possibility-space is reduced, but only linearly so you're still stuck with the exponential-search issue only now you have fewer possible programs to enumerate.
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Phoebe Fanlock - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 16:57:02 EST 8Wkw9vVF No.36631 Reply
Thanks for all your thoughts and input thus far.


>>36626
>constraints are really hard to think about
So maybe this thing would have a hard time with functions that have side effects and other unknowns and things which are hard to reason about (luckily those things are rare in good programs). But maybe this thing would work okay on a function which returns a value or set of values given an input. Something like a keyboard matrix decoder or a mathematical function. The constraint would be as simple as "You can use this region of memory for your own purposes. You can read from these locations. Put the return value here. Here is how the inputs map to the return value, including the don't-cares."
Of course, that might still be hard to compute...

>>36627
I haven't had time yet to read that paper properly yet, but the skim has been interesting. Neural nets are another interest of mine

>>36628
One application that has a (relatively) small search-space: automatically finding the transformations for a peep-hole optimizer. A peephole optimizer might look at four bytes at a time, seeing if a four-byte sequence may be replaced by shorter sequence.

python and you and me and you also

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- Thu, 16 Feb 2017 16:17:09 EST 1UV84ceD No.36510
File: 1487279829548.jpg -(3283017B / 3.13MB, 3840x2160) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. python and you and me and you also
Hi this forum was helpful with teaching me a pythonic way to do something before so I'm hoping you can share another pattern with me for a new problem I have.

Using pandas to merge two dataframes based on time series info how can I expand the values in one dataframe that is based on daily information to match the dataframe based on the minute. I have two time columns one in format day/month/year ti:me in ten minute intervals and the other is day/month/year. So sample data looks like:

Time - A - b
1/1/2017 00:00:10 - 5 - 6
1/1/2017 00:00:20 - 3 - 2
1/1/2017 00:00:30 - 4 - 4 etc
&& in the other dataframe I want to merge it is

Time - Value1 - Value2
1/1/2017 - 9 - 1
1/2/2017 - 5 - 6
So it should look like

Time - A - B - value1 - value2
1/1/2017 00:00:10 - 5 - 6 - 9 - 1
1/1/2017 00:00:20 - 3 - 2 - 9 - 1
1/1/2017 00:00:30 - 4 - 4 - 9 - 1
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Fanny Tillingfield - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 04:30:27 EST dluvNLbx No.36513 Reply
  1. Pandas isn't Python. The Pythonic solution involves a list comprehension and isn't what you want to do.
  2. Unless you're interested in the continuity of your date+timestamp value, I would split that permanently.
  3. Once you have a simple date column in each DF, what you're looking to do is merge: merged_df = df1.merge(df2, left_on='date', right_on='date', how='outer')
  4. 2017-01-01. That's how you'll format dates now. Forever.
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Phoebe Blemmlepire - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 04:41:18 EST 9QSfnS0r No.36514 Reply
Why do store time/date in this fashion? Use unix timestamps and some library like dateutil to parse them.
I'd convert the time/date into timestamps the first chance I'd get then it's just a regular value and easy to deal with.
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Edwin Brondleforth - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 20:10:27 EST JW2J65bb No.36630 Reply
df1.merge(df2.reindex(index=df1.index, df1, method='pad'))

Basic question from the unenlightened

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- Sun, 19 Feb 2017 09:20:55 EST 3mRefssQ No.36515
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With programming I know that theres levels to this shit, So I wanna know: Where can I go to learn VBA/SQL

I feel like getting a good grasp on advanced excel and access would help me tremendously when im looking to learn future programming languages
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William Cushwark - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 14:56:14 EST 9QSfnS0r No.36607 Reply
>>36606
No it's a case of unwarranted self important of the author that thinks teaching without explanation of the fundamental concepts would yield a better understanding.

This teaches by example too, but isn't dated shit. And it's not run by people trying to insult your intelligence.
https://www.sololearn.com/Course/SQL/
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Polly Garringwat - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 15:33:41 EST b2Dm/aZr No.36608 Reply
>>36607
But apparently it's run by people who want you to have an account. What ever happened to people reading a fucking manual and going over production code?
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Frederick Demblenat - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 21:21:37 EST 9QSfnS0r No.36609 Reply
>>36608
The other thing want you to pay 20 bucks, (which also requires an account of a sort) whichever is worse?

>What ever happened to people reading a fucking manual and going over production code?
"Web 2.0" happened.
Back in the 00s you were fine only knowing about 3-4 different technologies to get a decent paying job in the IT sector. If you knew the LAMP stack you were golden already. Today you need to know 30-40 technologies to get a similar job and reading up on the official documentation of all of those would take longer than some of those are are considered the state of the art. (I slightly exaggerated)

Perhaps it's also that SW development has become a normie job in a way, heck people learning it communicate over Facebook groups instead of IRC and you are considered a uber nerd already if you code for fun.

First programming language(s) to learn

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- Tue, 28 Feb 2017 04:15:25 EST s5UXSHt+ No.36573
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I was thinking of starting to try to learn python. I was just wondering, I know I can easily search up stuff but I want some stoner programmers to give me an idea of whether or not I want to pursue this. I wish to make MUD like games but with a GUI. What is the best language(s) to learn to make MUDS
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Phineas Brecklestock - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 16:42:41 EST JfvrqUKV No.36581 Reply
>>36580
Just because MUDs are simple doesn't mean your first MUD won't be hot garbage.
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Phineas Brecklestock - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 18:18:25 EST JfvrqUKV No.36583 Reply
>>36582
True story: 20 years ago I made a large multiplayer map for an RTS (also simple), spent a long time uploading it over my Motorola 28.8, and two minutes into playing it with some strangers I was like holy shit everything about this was a mistake and I just disconnected.

Simple Linux Dev

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- Mon, 20 Feb 2017 03:11:37 EST YL0YFsWq No.36519
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I want so accomplish something very simple with my CentOS webserver, but I'm not sure where to begin.

I need to visit a URL to some JSON then convert the JSON to a SQL insert statement, and I want it to run every 30 seconds lets say, forever.

There's nothing there that sounds particularly difficult but I don't even know what search terms I should be looking at. Any help is appreciated.
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Fanny Gudgespear - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 16:04:55 EST 9QSfnS0r No.36570 Reply
>>36525
Ugh, fail2ban is a stupid stopgap measure and I can't stand that it's a common practice.
I it were up to me everything that's not intended to be accessed by the public would be behind a ssh tunnel. I know end user authentication and all that stuff is still an issue.
Again if it were up to me I'd just fucking force them to use a password which has enough entropy. Ever had to beg to be white-listed from a spam blacklist because some retard use the name of there dog as a password?
Cuz fail2ban won't save you that hassle, believe me.
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John Hocklehood - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 00:04:50 EST YL0YFsWq No.36571 Reply
>>36570
Fair enough, this is the first time I've had to administer a Linux server or even any kind of server. I noticed there were a lot of failures in the log so fail2ban was what I ended up with after a few minutes of searching around.

There's only me accessing it and it's just a cheap $5 box that I can trash and rebuild whenever but I'll look into what you're suggesting if you give me a link or two to readup.
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Frederick Fannerforth - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 07:02:30 EST YL0YFsWq No.36575 Reply
>>36571
Not that anyone cares but the server is up and running and everything is ticking along nicely.
I have scripts that are recording all the threads created on another chan board so I can do some analysis on trends, repost, etc.

Once the infrastructure was in place it wasn't hard to add some logging for 420chan. I am polling http://api.420chan.org/stats.json every 30 mins so hopefully in the future that I can produce some dank graphs, but there's isn't much info exposed.

server prob?

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- Wed, 01 Feb 2017 14:15:17 EST g3naDofA No.36494
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is it possible to have 1 server (probably at your backyard or basement) and that would provide your website to whole world. . . i cannot afford to have servers on another country, and can somebody also reccomend a good server with at least 8gb ram. more man 4gb/s speed and storage of at least 500gb. . .
and how much will this whole cost me,.
if you have books on this topic pls include . i am just new to this server management and programming world, (you might have figured it out, i donot have money to pay for my college)
thankyou
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Hamilton Drallynadge - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 17:41:56 EST Ep0R/dTc No.36495 Reply
What are you trying to do exactly? Can you use a free or distributed hosting solution instead? Where are these numbers you have coming from?
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Augustus Nickleworth - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 02:46:04 EST E1Wm7o2Y No.36572 Reply
>>36494
Every piece of hardware can be turned into a server. As long as the machine has RAM, CPU and hard disk, you're good to go. That means that you can turn an old laptop into an okay-ish server.

I did the same thing from scratch and without knowledge last year with my old college laptop from 2005 and it went OK. It is REALLY confusing at first, but as long as you can google while doing things, you can do anything.


Get your hands on a piece of hardware.

Install a free OS (server edition). Example : ubuntu server (it has flaws but the community is large so finding answers for random errors is easy). it comes with prepackaged services and software to get your site going almost out of the box.

Secure it with firewall (ie UFW) and fail2ban

Get a domain name (a few bucks a year)

Configure your Apache, nginx or whatever

Get your site going. It should sustain a few dozen/hundreds simultaneous visitors with a crap hardware. It depends on your site (how heavy the content is, how fancy it is).

When you're set and confident (it was a matter of a 2 months working on the server a few hours a week, no prior knowledge about anything) you can do the same thing on a private virtual server, which costs a few bucks a month but gives you access to almost 100% uptime and okay hardware.

Windows Script/Program Send Email in the future

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- Wed, 15 Feb 2017 06:36:51 EST 1joa5uVv No.36508
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I want to remind myself of something in X days, so

What do you recommend for easily working with some sort of email API where I can run a program, and idk, something like this (please critique)

check_interval = 5 minutes // or longer depending on sys resources
while(True):
if current_date == reminder_date
send email to self && delete reminder
else
Sleep(check_interval)
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Martin Firrychedging - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 14:24:01 EST YL0YFsWq No.36509 Reply
>>36508
I don't know about sending the email (maybe you could write a macro in VBA?), but you could set a timer with the Windows Task Scheduler if you're on Windows. Of course it will only run if your PC is on though.
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Fuck Gimblehot - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 23:11:04 EST nUiSQX6z No.36511 Reply
Fuck all that shit nigga do it on linux and write a cron script that cats a file and pipes it to mailx.

Some sort of virus

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- Fri, 18 Mar 2016 15:59:37 EST kvn5FzQz No.35325
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I need this program away entirely.
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Albert Pablingworth - Thu, 02 Feb 2017 20:14:13 EST DkJ9qDoR No.36498 Reply
>>36497
They're actually not letters but rather logograms which represent entire words.
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Matilda Feblingmire - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 12:19:19 EST S+TDDgvB No.36736 Reply
>>36498
I thought they represented entire syllables. nb

If you can hack this you are a wizard

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- Fri, 10 Feb 2017 11:24:20 EST RhO2TfLd No.36500
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I'm trying to submit an Instagram comment on an image from the browser - i'm finding it fucking impossible, though it really shouldn't be.

Getting the text in the input is fine, its just then dynamically submitting the comment (like when you press return).

Shiiiiiiiit if someone can do this...you will be my hero.

UNIX Based Operating System For the People

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- Sat, 28 Jan 2017 01:15:33 EST STgZO5Su No.36481
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I basically want to create an Operating System that has all the benefits of Windows, and all the polish and "security" Macintosh OS X. I figured that I would start with the UNIX/LINUX kernel and build from there.

How hard would that be to accomplish. I mean there are a lot of Linux distributions out there. If I had ten people to work with me how long would it take to have a alpha version of my Operating System ready that is compatible with most if not all commonly used hardware.

I know that Android OS, OS X,and iOS are all built on UNIX. In addition to all Linux distributions.
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Hamilton Pockdock - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 19:42:53 EST FgGq0PB+ No.36496 Reply
>>36491
Yea if you had attended some classes in college you would learn that you can't just throw around the "support" word and think it means something. "Support VR", "support hardware component X", "Support software Y" is stuff that concerns a OS only partly.

For instance, let's take the easiest to understand example: don't you think that IF it was possible, ALL Linux distributions and even MAC OS and Android devices would support running EXE files natively? That is not the case because Windows and every other OS is different in its architecture (before you ask, there is a project on Linux to make Windows code run natively -not with a compatibility layer like Wine-, but it's mostly abandoned because it was very difficult to develop), how it handles memory, syscalls, I/O and everything; also notice how you can't run most Linux programs on android because they differ in how the system is implemented.

But that is not the only thing that matters. Say you build YET ANOTHER operating system (it hasn't been done before, the internet is full of OS's that have been started and abandoned), maybe based on Unix (provided you know what that means), or maybe to accomplish all the great things you want to, you write a WHOLE another OS. It is never going to grow as fast as Windows did in its own time. That is because in the past there were not many operating system and windows basically the only one competing. PLUS they did a lot of shady shit for marketing for which they also got sued.

Basically you talk like a fag and your shit is all retarded; get out of here and stop wanting to waste people's time to "build" ideas that even you don't know specifically. Programming is not an aproximation. It is not a book, or a movie, or a play, where you can give the "general ideas" and then go on from there. Doing that can be beautiful in art, but software development? Computers do exactly what you tell them to do, and to do that, you need to KNOW EXACTLY what you want them to do.

My advice is get your nose into 3-4 books about OS development and computer architecture just to start, because that is the VERY LEAST you can do to move towards your vision. Then you'll understand if what you have in mind is bullshit or maybe there is a way to make it real.
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Nigel Warringlit - Fri, 03 Feb 2017 22:33:09 EST e7bTcYy7 No.36499 Reply
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>>36489
> I would start open source with my distro and try to build our own unique programs with more powerful features. If the user base for my distro grows enough then companies like Adobe and Microsoft may begin to add support. Or we could program a runtime environment like wineskin that allows more seemless useage of Windows and even Apple programs.
So basically you want to be a shittier version of Canonical? I don't think you understand at all. Thousands of people are slowly building everything you already described for free except this:
>and try to build our own unique programs with more powerful features
Because anyone who does this will get boycotted by the open source community for being capitalist scum. I know you're market is the general consumer but quite often the moment they touch open source shit they stick with it.

Learning post code academy

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- Wed, 11 Jan 2017 20:20:36 EST AtsFlC7n No.36450
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Looking for something to do after code academy

Can't find anything.

I just finished the lessons of Javascript, Python. Should I learn another before moving on?

what do I move onto?

Thanks,
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Fucking Suzzlebanks - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 03:45:45 EST AtsFlC7n No.36476 Reply
>>36468
I enjoy it because its like a puzzle
and its more engaging than doing suduko everyday

I am replacing physical puzzles with this because its a skill that may or may not make me feel less lame for wearing two nintendo powergloves while blasting new wave retro wearing ray bans
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Charlotte Crullerfuck - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 14:42:03 EST sGFR0zid No.36479 Reply
>>36475

If your goal is just to challenge yourself, and you want to explore algorithms, I really recommend codingame.com . There is a large set of challenges that range from straightforward to extremely difficult, and there are also open-ended challenges like designing AIs to beat other AIs in races. And then every few months they have online hackathon type events.

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