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I find this board's lack of guts thread disturbing.
/g/uts thread? /g/uts thread.

r8, h8, masterb8. You know the drill.
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best language to learn first?

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I see a lot of people saying C++ but just wondering what /g/ thinks, cheers.
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Was it better than 10?
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notification area thread
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Linux Mint

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I'm switching my mother from XP to Linux Mint 18. I've been a Unix sysadmin/engineer for 20+ years, but have to say that Linux Mint is crap. Maybe the least crap of the distros, maybe not as crap as Windows 10, but still crap.

- Frequently freezes, on a laptop with 3GB of RAM. No informative spinner/hourglass, it just freezes until it decides it's finished. Top and system monitor don't show anything hogging resources.

- The installed utilities are are supposed to be a carefully curated collection:

- I opened a hi-res image with the Image Viewer. It displayed the image, then hung, then rebooted the PC. No error messages. Apart from the fact that a user program shouldn't be able to crash a system, where are the logs for a "normal" user to find?

- mintbackup uses a tar file, so can't back up more than 4.3 GB. No, the option that's supposed to be there to do a "normal" backup doesn't exist. I wrote an rsync script in less time than I'd wasted on reading up on mintbackup.

- Oh, and Timeshift as a restore tool? How about something that can do backups AND restores? Both data and system?

- Screenshot tool that exits after every screenshot, and doesn't remember preferences?

- The start menu is full of useless garbage, so you have to search/scroll for the useful stuff. Yes, you can do some customisation, but why not start from a clean point?

- Installing packages supposedly tested on Mint is very hit & miss. Sometimes an install hangs, sometimes it fails. Try a slightly different method, and it works.

- The install of Teamviewer on the PC I gave to my mum breaks the update manager. The same packages installed on a lower spec PC I kept work OK.

- Installs a huge list of "foreign" ttf fonts. No, thank you, I'll install a "language pack" if I want one.

Say what you want about my (lack of) skills, but no way is Linux usable by end users.
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BST!
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Blackberry

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I missed the heyday of blackberrys, but the idea of a more compact/square phone with a physical keyboard and more professional/business focus really appeals to me.

Has anyone owned a blackberry classic or passport? I would really only use it as a work phone for calls, texting/messaging, checking emails, etc. so I don't need anything super sharp or compatible with the latest apps and shit like that.

>inb4 nostalgia baby
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<wdg/> - Web Development General

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>>66009573

>Free beginner resources to get started
Get a good understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn - a good introduction (independent of your browser choice)
https://www.freecodecamp.com
https://www.codecademy.com
https://hackr.io

>Further resources
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web - excellent documentation for HTML, CSS & JS
https://github.com/kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap - Frontend+Backend learner-path suggestions
https://youtu.be/Zftx68K-1D4 [Embed] [Embed] [Embed] [Embed] - Web Development in 2018

https://jsfiddle.net - Use this and post a link, if you need help with your HTML/CSS/JS
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Do you take your laptop to Starbucks?
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