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this guy claims ccleaner doesn't properly delete files. is this true or is this guy a shill?
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if you're a linux user, can you play windows games using steam if you open steam with wine?
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You guys told me the Galaxy S8 headphones are GOAT

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But they're actually not that much better than my 5 dollar headphones. Why did you lie?
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AlphaGo Zero

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It's over, humanity is finished.

>AlphaGo Zero, a version without human data and stronger than any previous version.[1] By playing games against itself, AlphaGo Zero surpassed the strength of AlphaGo Lee in three days by winning 100 games to 0, reached the level of AlphaGo Master in 21 days, and exceeded all the old versions in 40 days.[2]

> Demis Hassabis, the co-founder and CEO of DeepMind, said that AlphaGo Zero was so powerful because it was "no longer constrained by the limits of human knowledge".[4] David Silver, one of the first authors of DeepMind's papers published in Nature on AlphaGo, said that it's possible to have generalized AI algorithms by removing the need to learn from humans.[5]
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/wdg/ - Web Development General

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>Previous thread

>Free resources to get started
Get a good understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
MDN web docs offer a good introduction (independent of your browser choice)

>Further resources - General documentation for HTML, CSS & JavaScript - 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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My Worldview is So Confused Right Now

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>tfw M$ renders a traditional Linux install obsolete to 80% of its users

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Can someone help me identify this language I will send you some coin if you help find it.
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What's up, /g/. Semi-long blog post here.

My buddy and I have been having this argument about the future of VR/AR in entertainment. I have the opportunity to join a startup that is developing interactive television for VR users. Similar to how Netflix hosts it's own originals on their platform, this company is doing a similar thing except they're exclusively offering shows filmed on 3D cameras.

Anyways, my friend thinks that no one will watch the shows, even if they were well done and well marketed, because he thinks people aren't as interested in VR/AR and that competing with traditional television and film is impossible. I honestly think he's a bit misinformed, but what do you think /g/? I think VR television is the next progression in video entertainment. The technology is readily available and sales of headsets are only increasing. Maybe this company and I are over estimating this market and the technology's potential, but I wanted to see what everyone on this board thinks. Cheers!

Are you too autistic to resolve dependencies yourself?

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>muh convenience
And? The botnet is convenient but you aren't complaining.