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Is NoScript working in the new version of Firefox for Android?

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Why is it taking so long for USB-C adoption to happen?

It seems a lot slower than every previous port.
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Python is coming to MS Excel

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MicroPajeet is putting Python into Excel.

How does that make you feel?
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/wdg/ - Web Development General

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>Previous Thread >>63764751

>Free resources to get started
Get a good understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. - a good introduction (independent of your browser choice) - General documentation for HTML, CSS & JavaScript

>Further resources - Portfolio examples - Roadmap - Developers asking questions and helping each other

>Tools - Use this and post a link, if you need help with your code - Check browser support for front-end web technologies
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Oh god. My head fucking hurts. You fucking Americans are so brainwashed and slowly turning into a commie shithole (quite literally, in terms of genes too).

Please, for love of God, tell me how ISPs can throttle services? Because they can't. ISPs would have to ban ALL REGISTERED PORTS which would break every single fucking service and if they ban a certain registered port, you could just assign another one (registered ports are in the range 1024–49151, so try and imagine how fucking absurd it is). ISPs can and they could throttle access to a server based on its IP address but that seems very unlikely since companies will now be forced to actually PAY MORE MONEY to use the network so it doesn't fuck over regular users.

So please, tell me, you goddamn cocksucking bootlicking mouthbreathing NN faggots, how will ISPs throttle services and ruin the Internet?
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Fully specd iMac Pro

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Starting at $5000, up to... fucking $13.200!

Holy shit, you can build a PC with those specs for less than half that price! How can Apple get away with this shit?
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University General

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ITT we shit on university instruction of programming

Why is it so goddamn hard to learn best practices in university?!

>Systems Programming Class
>Prof tells us to make our signal handler a nested procedure to not pollute namespace
>Prof never covered top-level static keyword.
>Prof wants us to compile without -std, so we stuck with gnu90
>Prof believes nested procedures is ansi C
>Prof believed that default gcc was c89
>Prof instructs students to bind() client AF_UNIX sockets, polluting filesystem, not even for the one reason to do it - create a shit process locking mechanism
>never instructed to test malloc() for E_NOMEM
>we are pushed to put * up next against type names, but that's not how C works
>Got half grade on assignment because their secret main.c has procedures that conflict in names with my own.

Data Hoarding General

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With the repeal of net neutrality, I want to prepare as much as possible for the worst scenarios where it's no longer possible or economical to access lots of information. What are some easily ingestible sources of data we can archive amongst ourselves? Wikipedia archives, image collections, full site rips, torrents, etc.

Any and all links are appreciated. Let's help each other expand our collections.
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Ask a programmer who fucked up anything
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/aocg/ - Advent of Code 2017 General #17

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Judge Dredd for the SNES edition

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>Advent of Code is a series of small programming puzzles for a variety of skill levels. They are self-contained and are just as appropriate for an expert who wants to stay sharp as they are for a beginner who is just learning to code. Each puzzle calls upon different skills and has two parts that build on a theme.
You need to register with an account but you can appear as anonymous.

The new leaderboard with empty space is
join-code: 43046-941b8011

The old (full) leaderboard is
join-code: 194764-c554ff91
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