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About Cheesebaron

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  • Birthday Sep 06, 1988

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    Intel i5 3770k
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    Gigabyte GTX Titan
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  1. There are some alternatives here: http://alternativeto.net/software/smartlaunch/
  2. Why isn't urllib enough for you? import urlliburllib.urlretrieve ("http://www.example.com/songs/mp3.mp3", "mp3.mp3") Maybe try out python-wget: https://bitbucket.org/techtonik/python-wget
  3. I had one of those XFX 5870 cards myself. Watch out with those. Mine had its cooler permanently attached to the black choke that sticks up on the top of the PCB, which you can see at 4:01 in the video. I had to order a new choke which wasn't super easy, because they are only sold in bulk to large companies. But I managed to find a manufacturer, which was willing to send a sample of 2 chokes to me. Another thing is that they are surface mounted, which made it hard to solder the new one in. Moral of the story. If you have removed all screws, and the cooler sticks to the PCB, watch out with u
  4. I do it at work. Middle monitor is just some random Dell 24" with 1920x1200 resolution. Works very well for me. Just watch out not to make your methods too long
  5. Visual Studio Community Edition > Visual Studio Express. Welcome to the future...
  6. Don't stop believing that. But as soon as you have to manage a csproj and solution file with more than a couple of files and/or projects it becomes super tedious to manage. That is one of the things, which an IDE just does for you. Other things as static analysis, code inspection, refactoring, intellisense etc. is not useful either you say? I really want to see you work in a professional environment without any of these tools and be productive. This is some other things that a proper IDE helps you with. As already pointed out by Nuluvius, Visual Studio Community Edition is free, so is
  7. Ehm that is the flash from the camera, there is no LEDs in this picture...
  8. Not only because of that, but because it is a really good editor. I've used it for some node.js work and it worked really well for that.
  9. Now that you said it I can see the resistor, it was hard to spot though. What is the reason to put sealant onto the tweeters? Aren't they already in a closed enclosure? Anways, it looks pretty nice. What amplifier are you going to use for this? Tripath? Edit: Nevermind about the amp. Found it in the OP
  10. No crossover needed for this build?
  11. I've tried both, and personally I think both headphones are boring and thin sounding. Now that is a matter of personal taste. I'd also take a look at the Sony MDR-1R and Sennheiser Momentum they should be roughly in the same price range and be less boring.
  12. If you don't know the site, then it is really funny and recommended read: http://thedailywtf.com/ so many "wtf?" situations