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  1. What are you trying to achieve? You want a new network or extend the current one?
  2. HTML and CSS isn't really programming. It's more front-end design. And you won't get a job easier than anyone else because it really depends on the kind of job. If you want to do complex back-end coding then none if this stuff is usefull (Except SQL) because most of them use C#, Java, C++, etc. For the OP: It really depends what kind of knowledge you already have. If you already can think logically (if, else, etc) then I would advise to go with C# or Java. If you are really new to it then you could start with Python. I would advise you to stay away from C++ in the beginning because it's quite hard to begin with. C# is a bit like C++ but with C# a lot of things are already programmed for you.
  3. OnePlus has a release every 1/2 year so you can wait forever.
  4. AngularJS is outdated. Almost all developer use Angular 2 (It's called Angular 2 but there is actually already a version 7). It uses Typescript and is component based. IMO it's much easier to learn.
  5. I'm sorry if this might be a bit off-topic but why would you use AngularJS and not Angular 2 (3/4/5/6)?
  6. That seems quite strange since hot air rises.
  7. When you play competitive games you actually do need ethernet.
  8. It's not that hard? They probably use machine learning to recognize the fingerprint. So more fingerprints means more accuracy. More accuracy means that you can make it faster so it had the same accuracy as before.