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    Data Science student, has worked as a software engineer

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    Which text editor do you use? (For coding)

    kate (on Linux), atom for small stuff. IDEs for big projects preferably Visual Studio for C# and C/C++, PyCharm for Python and IntelliJ for Java but usually you can't really decide if you work for a company.

    What to learn?

    If you are are only using the API yes obviously but if you want to modify your containers beyond what the API can give you its not uninteresting to be able to write go code especially since you are able to do so because Docker is open source. To elaborate further the sentiment of @vorticalbox was that Javascript is powerful because he uses advantages of containers I pointed out that using docker has nothing to do with the sentiment that compiled general purpose languages offer more in depth features as a interpreted scripting language pointing to his own example that the very features he is interfacing with are written in go because of the needed lower level of access to the hardware.

    What to learn?

    Since docker itself uses Go to implement its containers my argument still stands. You use an API to interface with docker functionality that doesn't make javascript mighty but rather the use of containers. Thats a great example of why Go is one of the most popular languages for cloud computing because all the magic still happens in code written in Go. Even compared to Python Javascript is rather on the lighter side of things considering scientific data applications which work on datasets in the neighborhood of 10^15 entries. Not even mentioning system programming which just does not really work that well with neither Javascript nor Python.

    What to learn?

    well... ramda isn't really that powerful (we are talking compared to Scala F# or Go) and javascript has too much overhead for system programming its more used for small web apps

    What to learn?

    Those are tasks that usually take a university degree to fully comprehend so do a masters degree in computer science or a data science? If you just want to program and you want to be as badass as it gets in the industry these steps are probably the most healthy ones to take (as of 2018): Start with C++ it does not have all the bells and whistles other languages have and you need a good bit of understanding to really make full use of the language. After that blow your mind using Java or C#. C# creates faster programs (usually) and has more features but with Java you'll have better portability across platforms. Then you should try and do some kind of scripting language like Javascript (Typescript and Coffeescript offer more features) or Python (which is very good for scientific applications like machine learning). And for the cherry on the icing on the cake do some functional programming with Scala, F# or Go (Go is probably the most popular and good for some cloud programming) and after that you should know erverything there is to know about programming and we should happily never see you again cause you have ascended the plane of average programmers.


    @erikpc43 https://docs.python.org/3/library/stdtypes.html#dict Here you can find ressources on python dictionaries idk if I am too late but its worth working through the methods contained in the dict class. Do that and you got the solution in no time If you have some questions concerning notation or syntax you could send me an message.

    Tell wget not to go outside of current webpage

    It was a pleasure to help!

    Tell wget not to go outside of current webpage

    Right about now I would start some trial and error Its curious why it doesn't really take all the pictures needed to create the webpage you are in. there is also: '--regex-type=TYPE regex type (posix|pcre)' To switch the regex type to pcre then you can use regexr for help and maybe the --reject-regex option. https://regexr.com/ Another Edit: you will definitely need -D to restrain spanning hosts in your example it would be both your page boards.4channel.org/... and the i.4cdn.org/... hosts that should be on the list in this case More info here: https://www.gnu.org/software/wget/manual/wget.html#Spanning-Hosts

    Tell wget not to go outside of current webpage

    Did you try disabling -H?

    Tell wget not to go outside of current webpage

    Sadly the ugly flavor... grep would give something more javascript or python like so advanced regex

    Tell wget not to go outside of current webpage

    It would be pretty rad if -D can take a regex to select a field of URL's

    Tell wget not to go outside of current webpage

    (I am really not an expert on bash but couldn't you use a regex to create those restrictions pretty easily?' Idk if you want that flag set: '-H, --span-hosts go to foreign hosts when recursive' Also that flag might be a good idea: '-L, --relative follow relative links only' That might be an issue too since it might use foreign links to display pictures: ' -p, --page-requisites get all images, etc. needed to display HTML page' And dude 'wget -h' or --help is a godsend and mostly the way to go when something not really nice happens But you probably knew that. @corrado33 yeah you beat me to it

    Priorities Change

    @homeap5 Games usually get sufficient CPU time. I think Microsoft is pretty confident about that. @GamerMan Scheduling is actually very complicated and I can see game mode already setting the priority to high (or even real time). Well try and disable game mode (like suggested by @homeap5) if it still doesn't work come back again and we have to maybe look at user rights If you really want to get sweaty and look at all of the performance numbers and get a general understanding of the scheduler in Windows this: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/test/wpt/cpu-analysis should get you hooked for some hours.
  14. @Nena360 Well you talked about the purpose a bit but could you be more specific? As I can understand anything not NT or Unix like? That will be hard unless you are keen on starting a database. Most of the OS's mentioned are Linux flavors. Even if people can't believe it its all the same kernel with maybe different versions and parts added/removed from it. Worse thing yet if you don't like the Linux kernel: Linux is a Unix like, soo... thats very bad since it shares a lot especially on the low end with UNIX. So you can really only go NT copies (of which I even spotted one which is friggin hilarious). If you don't understand NT copies are NT-like (So build like Windows in the inside...) but since you don't wan't Windows... See where I am going here? What is your problem? Maybe we can solve that because its probably a lot easier to solve than finding an OS that doesn't really exist outside of misguided minds. Unless you want to write your own OS. In that case you might want brush up on your x86, C (probably Fortran too) and start writing the next ... 50 years of your life at least. (and crap yourself in the pants when everything is outdated in like 10 years or so) I heard you have an USB issue on Linux (Ubuntu in that case)? Its sounds really stupid but you could actually switch to multiverse (as a apt package source). Maybe your USB driver got licensed after 16.04 and you need a licensed driver which universe (thats the reason almost no productive human being uses it) won't have since it only contains locally sourced open source biodegradable software that is guarenteed to be worse than most of its counterparts but gives the regular Linux user (so basically every Ubuntu user) a warm feeling around the heart knowing the world is not going to end today. In the next step they install Chrome and destroy all their privacy they thought they gained by installing their favorite backwater distro (dude I know I use Chrome but HTML 5 bruh is changing so quickly, damn Google!). Or you could be the devils child and use partner for your package source which even has non-open-source software. I have to warn you though it will probably not work since drivers are usually somewhere contained in main. So if that does not work. Try Debian next it might not have the latest USB driver in their packages which means your ports might work. But Debian is pretty ugly like visually not pleasing at all IMHO. So lastly I can lay in some salt for the mint fans to pick up. You can try mint as well but it probably wont work with that either (since it did not work on Ubuntu) and TBH most mint people use it because of Cinnamon and don't use KDE which is superior in every way. (Konsole reigns supreme, love ya Matthias XOXO) Either you move into the ether of Linux where everybody is sure that they have the best distro, flavor, desktop enviroment etc. and secretly still use Windows as a guilty pleasure or you just turn around having heard of some of this and just use Windows OR you say what your problem is and what you did to solve it. Maybe we plebs can help solve it.

    Best budget in-ear headphones?

    HiFiMAN RE-400 is a good choice in this price range.