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  • masklinn

    masklinn

    March 11, 2015, 3:15 am

    There are many strategies for bootstrapping. Nowadays, many language compilers & runtimes tend to be written in C or C++, or with a C/C++ core implementing a subset of the full language, and the rest of the language is implemented in itself.

    There are also more complex strategies where you write the first compiler in another language (which can be as low-level as assembly, though that's *very* rare these days unless you're doing embedded work), then rewrite the language in itself and use the bootstrapping compiler to generate the new one. And from there on, version n+1 of the language is compiled using version n (and your language has become self-hosting).

    There's also the Lisp method of implementing your language in a related family member (another lisp).

    Finally, for existing languages with existing implementations on several platforms which are to be ported on a new platform, the strategy is usually to cross-compile.

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  • mikaelhg

    mikaelhg

    March 10, 2015, 8:14 am

    Sure, and they used the cloud tools I mentioned.

    A lot of this stuff isn't obvious to a hobbyist or even some software developers, but clouds are a vast relief to a project manager or a systems architect. When projects succeed, there is also more demand for software developers because IT project generate a better return.

    Bob's garage $5 oversold VPS provider service doesn't need cloud tools, and probably would prefer not to compete against clouds, but corporate IT departments can make miracles happen with them.

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  • waki

    waki

    March 11, 2015, 8:38 am

    It is not caste. Indian Feathers explains it well in in his comment below.

    Not caste, instead show respect to elders, people with more experience and knowledge. Indians have a strong respect for knowledge, age, experience, and yeah rank.

    But you will find a high caste guy address a lower caste guy with 'Respected sir', if the low caste guy is ranked above him in the new socio-economic environment. Largely in work places. [And yeah, everyone still knows everyone else's caste. The last name usually gives it away.]

    Also things like sir map very well to terms in Indian languages. There are like 5-6 ways to say "you", show differing levels of respect and familiarity.

    So well. Not caste. No no. Whatever the hierarchy in the context of te conversation.

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  • HaMMeReD

    HaMMeReD

    March 10, 2015, 8:54 am

    It's not integration, it's vendor lock-in. Vendor lock in is something that smart business should avoid at all costs.

    When the equation is "free software / no vendor lock in" vs "paid software / vendor lock in" the decision should be one of the easiest ever.

    The reason Microsoft is so prevalent is because of history, and because most non-technical people don't know anything about computers except a rough understanding of computer history. Microsoft is a big name with lots of marketing, Linux and Open Source hides in the shadows and has no marketing. Only the technical truly know the depth of the options available.

    Edit: Also, I should point out a lot of people believe that quality == price. Therefore paid > free. Microsoft has plenty of campaigns to try and prove this fact. The truth is that depending on your situation Linux and free software is perfect for a vast majority of computer users. The windows users can basically can be categorized as proprietary software, drm, and gamers. Everyone else would probably be better on free software, open office no exception.

    Edit2: Any excuses for microsoft creating new office file formats every year are completely bunk. The format has not needed continuous updating, it's not like a word processor and it's data are complex and ever changing.

    It's just TEXT people, with a little formatting and the occasional image. It's easily one of the simplest formats and the problem has been solved 100x over. The only reason they change the format and make it complex is to enforce vendor lock-in, and to force the entire industry to update. I'm a programmer and I will say on my reputation as a coder that any well written file format will be expandable in the future, and that good software will fall back gracefully, Microsofts offering is designed to make you keep spending money on something that doesn't need to be updated very often, possibly ever again.

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  • Kowai03

    Kowai03

    March 10, 2015, 10:47 pm

    You know what? As an Australian I am telling you to STFU until YOU have the fucking facts right.

    Breed Specific Legislation has cause nothing but a huge fucking headache for local councils all around Australia because it judges a dog on *HOW IT LOOKS*.

    They use a fucking fallible 22 point check list that a dog only has to get 70% on to pass as a 'Pit Bull' and which has been thrown out of court repeatedly because you cannot PROVE what breed a dog is by how it looks. So many innocent pets have died because they merely *looked* a certain way.

    They picked American Pit Bull Terriers to be on their banned list because they were already on a restricted travel list. Councils literally went "Hum, these five dogs are on this list, lets ban them" with no thought. THEN they decided to add "Pit Bull Type" dog to the list which includes NUMEROUS other fucking breeds hence why they needed some stupid list that doesn't work to try and determine what breed a dog is.

    Oh and you know what? Councils are So fucking retarded that they've banned American Pit Bull Terriers and not American Staffordshire Terriers, which are show dogs btw, when they are the SAME FUCKING BREED.

    So I bet with your idiotic mind you'd sit quite happily next to an American staffy because they're *safe* dogs when you'd run screaming from an American Pit Bull Terrier like a fucking girl because you clearly have a misinformed bias against them.

    ALL DOGS ARE CAPABLE OF ATTACKING REGARDLESS OF BREED

    >Other dog breeds are nice becuase the dog was breed to exclude aggressive tendencies toward man for hundreds of years with the exception of the Pit bull and a few others.

    Oh and this. Fighting dogs were bred to NOT BE HUMAN AGGRESSIVE you ignorant asshole. Fucking read a book on American Pit Bull Terriers PLEASE because the shit coming from you would be so laughable if the same shit didn't cause innocent dogs to die.

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  • frickitpik

    frickitpik

    March 10, 2015, 8:31 am

    I encountered a similar problem after a few years of playing guitar and attempting songwriting. Everything I wrote sounded generic and predictable.

    One thing that helped me was forcing myself out of my comfort zone. Learn to play a song in a genre of music you normally don't listen to. Try alternate tunings. Buy an effects pedal that seems interesting, plug it in, and see what comes out. Your playing is as much a reaction to what you're feeling as what you're hearing. Once new sounds you aren't familiar with start to emerge, inspiration can often strike.

    Another point I'd like to make about songwriting: do it **every** day. Try to write something even if you don't feel up to it at the time. Whether it's a full blown song or just a riff fragment. If you can't think of anything new, try adding different twists to your older songs. As an example, you could try changing the key they were originally written in, or altering tempo and meter. Only one in a million is Beethoven; the rest of us have to work at it.

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  • KingOfZalo

    KingOfZalo

    March 10, 2015, 7:46 am

    A short story.

    I shared a flat with to other guys attending the same university. Me and one other were slackers at this point. We really enjoyed partying, meeting new people, travelling and gaming. The third guy was a mans man. He was an elite soldier and had a working moral like one I never seen. He would always bitch at us - get a life - do well in school - why didn't we care more? His plan was to work hard until he was 35 - 40 and then live of the money for the rest of his life. That was when he planned to start his life. One day he complained about pain in his stomach (he never complained) so we took him too the emergency room at the hospital. 2 weeks later he was dead - cancer in his stomach.

    I am not saying that we should slack or anything - but too set life on hold cause your going to enjoy it later - well - there are too many factors in life that are so unsure.

    You can only be happy in the present.

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  • iub

    iub

    March 10, 2015, 9:48 am

    I have been using it since Alpha-6 and it was been working well for me on my secondary desktop. Some minor background processes crash once in a while, but that does not really affect the overall stability and speed of the OS. Although I am usually an arch+KDEmod user, I decided to give gnome a try, and I am liking the new karmic theme so far, including the startup/shutdown graphics, and ubuntu is clearly superior to kubuntu in integration. I don't really find the bootup to be much faster than before, but that might be because I was running Arch. Other than that, I am definitely looking forward to the final release, seems very promising. Suspending to RAM works fine, although suspending to disk seems to be less reliable on my hardware (EEEbox). I have also installed it on my HTPC yesterday, and the nvidia card does not seem to present any trouble at all so far.

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  • mee_k

    mee_k

    March 10, 2015, 4:14 pm

    Basically, when we do something, we know it's not evil, because we know our intentions. To you who do not know our intentions or designs, it seems like an unstoppable force has rained down law upon the internet. That disconnect leads to the appearance of evil when viewing even well-intentioned corporate actions. That's why a lot of people who work at big corporations in a decision-making capacity are a little more ambivalent about Microsoft's status as the evil empire than the average joe. They understand that external appearances are often very different from the intention.

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  • masklinn

    masklinn

    March 11, 2015, 8:02 am

    > we are shocked by the amount of 'please' and 'thank you' that casually get thrown around here, and frankly we doubt the sincerity of most of it.

    In most western societies, "please" and "thank you" might or might not be sincere, but they're not considered very important. They're grease, they make the rouages of communication stop squeaking, they're rituals rather than feelings. In most situations, they amount to something along the lines of "I'm asking something of you, even if we both know you can't refuse because I'm your boss and I can fire you at the drop of a hat, these words show that we know you theoretically don't *have* to do it"

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  • myinnervoice

    myinnervoice

    March 10, 2015, 6:04 am

    Dishwashers and soap do not mix.

    I was at my friends house years ago and we were cleaning up after lunch. They were out of dishwasher powder, so we put washing up liquid in the machine, started it up and went to watch TV. After 10 minutes, the dishwasher sounded weird, so we looked in the kitchen to see foam oozing out of the door seal. We opened the door and shitloads of foam poured out all over the kitchen floor. We scooped all the foam out, ran the cycle again, opened the door, scooped out the fresh foam etc etc etc.

    Took about 12 cycles to finally get all that crap out of the system.

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  • stripedmonkey

    stripedmonkey

    March 11, 2015, 5:19 am

    I don't look down on small businesses. They are my lifeline, I'd be homeless otherwise.

    Do they deserve less? No, absolutely not. They do however, tend to afford less and, since I can't charge them the same way I'd charge a big company then isn't it a fair deal that they get a cracking affordable design from me while I get a linkback. My linkbacks are never more than 10px so I really don't think it's degrades their image much. In fact it is almost a convention nowadays. As others have said, some people source designers by looking at the bottom of pages they like. Simple as that.

    Small time designers need these linkbacks. If we had big clients in our portfolios then we wouldn't. But as it is I rely on getting a certain percentage of my leads from google.

    Btw I was a bit pissed when I wrote the previous comment...fair enough it was over the top.

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  • wmtrader

    wmtrader

    March 10, 2015, 10:57 pm

    Try to figure out what they'll want you to do, just because they call it programming does not mean you'll be programming, and then see if you can figure it out.

    They may call maintaining the server or a maintaining a database "programming" so you need to know what they mean by what they say.

    Your best way to learn will be to look at what is already in place and if you can setup a “test network” to play/learn with you gain a lot of knowledge without getting burned every time you make a mistake.

    You can find a lot of answers at experts exchange and you’ll need to pick up some good books at Amazon and/or B&N, look at the Amazon reviews when trying to find a good book.

    If you can make it past the first week, and are willing to take the stress you’ll be dealing with for the first month, then you’ll make it but be prepared to doing nothing but work and study for the first 30 day.

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  • shahar2k

    shahar2k

    March 11, 2015, 8:01 am

    being someone who loves the idea of experiencing being anyone different as long as it's not permanent (even if it was, it would still be fascinating) I can agree with his envy in that, I'd love to know what it'd feel like to be in your body just like I would with a woman, or a taller / shorter person... it's just a matter of being curious about new experiences.

    you dont seem to have had a bad experience, I dont know that I'd be envious of being disabled but you do have a point of view on life that is extremely rare.

    just my view I suppose

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  • BigBoss722

    BigBoss722

    March 10, 2015, 7:14 pm

    You're right. And that player died while living in his truck while having no physical evidence of the NFL (a career choice mind you) having anything to do with his death.

    Face it. The NFL is dangerous, everyone knows that. And while a select few ARE getting screwed. (The reason Ditka won't go to any Hall of Fame events, because he feels the older generation is getting screwed, and he's right.) One report by only one biased person (I.E. the beginning of the article) doesn't prove fact.

    Science is the business of proving fact, just like law. 30% of people have downvoted this. Why? Because they don't care? Maybe. But maybe it's also a bit because people LOVE to jump to conclusions. And reddit is the worst place to find people jumping to those.

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  • Voerendaalse

    Voerendaalse

    March 11, 2015, 5:04 am

    You will touch on the subject later, but as Salami says, indeed the new system is: if you want to make a negative number: take the positive number; change all the 0's to 1's and all the 1's to 0's and add 1. And don't forget that the first bit from the left is always a 1 because it flags the fact that it is a negative number.

    So: 0010 (two) becomes minus two by:

    changing the left bit to 1 to flag that it's a negative number: 1010

    changing all the other bits to the other value than the one they have now: 1101

    adding 1 to this, which makes it: 1110 .

    Converting the other way would be: substract 1, flip all bits except the first one; set the first one to zero because now it's a positive number.

    So, let's see...

    10110 minus 1 is 10101

    10101 "flipped" is 11010

    the first 1 is changed to zero because now it's a positive number: 01010

    So this number is now 10 and was minus ten.

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  • gIowingsheep

    gIowingsheep

    March 10, 2015, 8:26 pm

    I'm not with you - what have US banks got to do with it?

    What I do know is that Icesave etc took £ millions of UK savers' money, Iceland had a protection scheme but then said they were reneging on it. The UK & Dutch governments froze their assets and Iceland backed down and said they would after all stand by the debts. Now they're wriggling again. We're not talking a 3rd world malnourished country here you know.

    Why should other governments & people pay Iceland's debt?

    BTW, It is fair to say that I have little sympathy for British savers who flocked to put their money into Icelandic banks offering top notch rates without a care as to why that might be, who they were and whether there was any risk involved. IMHO they *should* have taken a hit - no doubt they lost interest and got a damn good shock though.

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  • NewSub

    NewSub

    March 10, 2015, 11:04 pm

    I've found that this has for some part always been who I am. I'm timid, and simply like the idea of being attracted to power. I realized it more when I found out about the lifestyle- but things like 'feminism' have always bothered me. Not things like being treated equally for being people, but as a woman I find I'm often told off for wanting to be someone who stays at home, or not wanting a great big career. To be 'dependent' is frowned upon in our society, as if it's automatically assumed that things will fall apart and one needs an escape route. [While I see the logic in this, it's not something I think of first. It's an afterthought. Many think of this first, and it seems untrusting, etc].

    Though I will mention that I have a boyfriend who has no qualms about being my Dom.

    No, I am not into masochism.

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  • vanity-name

    vanity-name

    March 11, 2015, 8:32 am

    The Republicrats (the two dominant parties, collectively) win when they successfully convince you that there is a meaningful difference between them.

    OP, and everyone in the same boat: Get a clue. Support a third party, if not for now, then for your children and grandchildren, who someday will have to live with the decisions you (yes, you) make today. In 1998, a third-party candidate, Jesse Ventura, won the MN Gubernatorial Election largely because people were sick and tired of the BS coming from the established parties. There's no reason to believe it can't be repeated in your state and ultimately taken to the national level.

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  • partysnatcher

    partysnatcher

    March 10, 2015, 11:00 pm

    Well, I think the next election will be one where a third party will stand very strong.

    There doesn't have to be only one "middle", since the political system does not only have one dimension - with a scale from "conservative" to "liberal". It is multidimensional. You have the tax scale, the society-building considerations, the ideological part, the moral issues and so on.

    What has been lacking here to trigger this "split", is simply headlines. I think the next election will bring those headlines for the third and fourth parties. It is, for instance, quite imaginable that if repubs take back their party, we will see a "crazy party / Fox News party" headed by Palin, pandering to the Glenn Beckians.

    We can also see several other interesting alternatives. A party led by Rep. Grayson would definitely grab a few headlines. It wouldn't surprise me if he was fed up with his own party at this point.

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  • bbibber

    bbibber

    March 11, 2015, 7:01 am

    My 13 year old niece bought a cellphone that is better in all aspects than the average 1976 mainframe *from her pocket money*. I'd like to see your mother, hack even a fortune-500 company do that back in the day.

    My point : pick one specific item and affordability changes without telling us anything about the broader economy. Certaintly so for things with limited availability. A Van Gogh painting would probably be an even more dramatic example of something that became unaffordable in a matter of a few years. So, while young people will not be able to buy that specific house anymore, home ownership has gone up over the year so that already shows how special the case of the house of your mother is/was.

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  • spliffy

    spliffy

    March 10, 2015, 11:52 pm

    I know exactly what you mean. The golden age of cartoons was really something special. I still have a hard time with a lot of modern anime because it does seem so over simplified from what I grew up with, both in content and technique. For better or worse now it's so much more accessible for people to create and express their own visions.

    To be honest it saddens me a little bit to think of all the nameless MGM & WB employees who had to fill in in between keyframes for beans, while only a few names got all of the cred. At any rate they contributed the meat to some very magic work. But it also makes me really happy that at one point it was actually logistically possible to produce like that.

    Times, techniques and talents come and go. For the kids we have a nice archive of days past to share that will last as long as humanity. And like you said, Pixar is really makes some incredible work. This gives me a lot of hope for the future generations :)

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  • mee_k

    mee_k

    March 10, 2015, 10:06 pm

    Something about your own corner office and private jet. Maybe there were strippers involved too, dunno. I would say PM me your LDAP and I can send you the link, but when it comes right down to it I don't want you knowing who I am either. :P How Byzantine.

    Interview question: design a protocol where there are N computers, and one wishes to communicate a fact to another. Unfortunately, he doesn't know which other needs the fact, and neither the receiver nor the sender should be able to discover the other's name during the transaction. All other computers except the intended target are adversaries.

    I'm fairly sure this is impossible, but I'd love to be proven wrong.

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  • Bigmike2232

    Bigmike2232

    March 10, 2015, 1:36 pm

    alright, i have some experience in this field.

    once upon a time i had a girlfriend that was born with asymmetrical boobies. now you may say "all women have differing size breast", indeed they do but not all have a small B and a D in the same set.

    so her mom took her to the local plastic surgeon to have those hooters worked on. after all the work she ended up with a nice set of matching(pretty close) 34-36ish D's. one a fake and one the real deal.

    you really had to look to tell them apart in the right bra. in a push up bra you could tell. the implant did sag a bit more compared to the real one.

    in the fun position, ie on her back, they were easily told apart. the real sag to the side naturally and the fake one sagged yet was very perky. the fake one had more bounce to it and was perkier. but just like coca-cola the classic is better. it made for a ultimate side by side comparison for every thing from the taste test to the over all feel.

    natural is the winner for me. the fake was hard compared to the real one. soft and supple, forgiving to the touch.

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  • theinsectgod

    theinsectgod

    March 10, 2015, 8:16 pm

    A lot of people feel this way, but other than the final, unprecedentedly and obscenely inscrutable battle with Acererak, I remember this module being quite manageable. I'm sure it depends on the DM and the group's usual play style; it's designed to frustrate anyone who's gotten used to storming through dungeons, but the two groups I played it with back in the day (one as player, one as DM) both got quite far and enjoyed the tense, take-the-dungeon-10-feet-at-a-time-and-search-everything gameplay that it requires. What I found, both times playing through it, was that the module necessitated a shift in gameplay that brought out a lot of in-party tensions ("No, you go first! Surely it's *your* expertise that's called for in this room!") and creative problem solving (I don't think a single character owned a single item that wasn't scrutinized at one point or another as a possible solution to one deathtrap or another).

    It's also worth noting that the difficulty of the dungeon is easily scaleable based solely on how much useful detail the DM gives out in each area and how flexible the DM is in allowing (certain) traps to be discharged safely with the use of tools.

    (I haven't bothered to look at the 3.5 revision, though, having never gotten into that game.)

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  • coderob

    coderob

    March 10, 2015, 6:37 pm

    #include <stdio.h>

    #include <stdlib.h> //for random

    int main(void) {

    unsigned short int total = 0;

    int roll1 = 0;

    int roll2 = 0;

    int *oneptr = &roll1; //pointers to rolls

    int *twoptr = &roll2;

    roll1 = rand()/(int)(((unsigned)RAND_MAX + 1) / 6); //fun with random

    roll2 = rand()/(int)(((unsigned)RAND_MAX + 1) / 6);

    total = roll1 + *twoptr; //get the total using a pointer and a variable

    printf("You rolled a %i and a %i \n for a total of %i\n Roll2 pointer is %p", *oneptr, *twoptr, total, &twoptr);

    *twoptr = 1; //high-jack roll1 and 2 using pointers

    *oneptr = 1;

    printf("\n\n haha now you got snake eyes: roll1 = %i roll2 = %i", roll1, roll2);

    return 0;

    }

    Output:

    You rolled a 5 and a 2

    for a total of 7

    Roll2 pointer is 0xbf84d310

    haha now you got snake eyes: roll1 = 1 roll2 = 1

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  • thetinystrawman

    thetinystrawman

    March 10, 2015, 7:58 am

    Groove/Tech... so bands like Meshuggah, TesseracT, Periphery, Fell Silent, After The Burial, Ion Dissonance, Dillinger Escape Plan, Textures and so on.

    I hate a lot of these death metal/death core bands. The only "death" I like is probably The Black Dahlia Murder and I REALLY enjoy them, but they are one of the more commercial bands. I find blast beats stupidly unsatisfying, they are overused and the lack of groove disturbs me. I can't hear what people like about a lot of it. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind the odd one or if a band uses them well, but let’s be honest most bands really use them too much, although I guess it is a part of their genre, either way I’m not a fan, they suck the life out of the music.

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