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Hi P

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    DevOps Engineer


  • CPU
    Ryzen 2600
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Aorus Pro Wifi
  • RAM
    1x16 Corsair Vengeance
  • GPU
    NVidia 2080Ti
  • Case
    Cooler Master Mastercase H500
  • Storage
    NVMe Samsung 250GB
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    Corsair RMi850 Gold & Nobreak Cyberpower CP1500PFCLCD
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    Viewsonic VA2719-2k-SMHD
  • Cooling
    Dark Rock Pro 4

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  1. Today my friend's computer would not boot up at all, we tried the following without luck: Reset CMOs Switching RAM sticks Removing GPU and Hard Drive Completely turn off power supply The peripherals that DON'T turn on are the following: RAM sticks RGB, so perhaps the RAM isn't being powered? Keyboards connected via USB Monitor shows no sign of connectivity to it The peripherals that DO turn on are the following: CPU fans GPU fans USB hub We disconnected the GPU and Hard Drive but still no s
  2. @ContraHacker Courses will get you there quickly and for anything else not covered there's Google, you don't need books for CSS Here's a good one [ LINK ]
  3. Yea it's the gcc compiler, definitely good practice to add it I followed this answer and worked like a charm
  4. main doesn't require you to explicitly return something, it will compile without it edit: could it be that I'm using the gcc compiler? this one doesn't require it @JensenEx I take it that you want to do it automatically, I honestly don't remember how to do it since I haven't used VSCode in a long time, if you wanna do it manually: gcc -o outputFile sourceFile.c
  5. I personally suggest this course https://www.udemy.com/course/spring-hibernate-tutorial/ Easily one of the most chill and knowledgeable instructors I've seen
  6. He probably meant the Spring Framework and Spring Boot Definitely this one
  7. I'm aware this is about programming but you could give IT a shot too, I've found that things like DevOps and Cloud, along Linux administration are often interesting topics for "logical" people (quoting you) who aren't that interested in programming Give it a shot, you got nothing to lose.
  8. Always paste the code when it's a short one, otherwise upload to GitHub, plenty of us don't trust downloads, just a tip It would be easier to start the program after a key input, but if you really need to start it after a click then take a look at this post https://discourse.psychopy.org/t/wait-for-mouse-clicks/4370
  9. https://www.w3schools.com/python/ref_string_split.asp Is that what you are looking for?
  10. You could if you want to, but I personally lean towards ORMs, I can't suggest any for Python as I don't use that language Yes, pretty much you would have to manually open the ports for it to be online, so just skip doing that part
  11. @Sharif I also second the suggestion of making it a web app, skill wise its more valuable than desktop development However, you shouldn't structure a class like that even for a simple app like yours, as a beginner you must try to follow best practices, bad coding practices stick to people for a long time. 1) Pick any language and learn how to use it for back-end development 2) Database basics should take a couple hours through YouTube tutorials (I suggest MySQL) 3) Then Google or YouTube your way into how to connect your web application to your database
  12. Motherboard: B450 AORUS PRO WIFI (rev. 1.0) OS: Windows 10 - 64 bit BIOS list: https://www.gigabyte.com/us/Motherboard/B450-AORUS-PRO-WIFI-rev-10/support#support-dl-bios I'm currently on BIOS F1 (the very first one, bottom on the list), I haven't updated it in fear of bricking my motherboard on accident or something like that. By reading the instructions on that page it seems like I should do the following: 1) Install latest AMD Chipset Driver 2) Install F32 directly from F1 3) Install F40 4) Install F50 directly from F40 ______
  13. @Elimcn1 I'd highly suggest on buying a good enough general purpose laptop, or building a good enough computer, don't spend a lot in a computer for programming, so yes that CPU is completely fine. Whenever you need a lot of extra power, my man, there are cloud services for that
  14. Hahaha no dude, I was just messing with you since your post reminded me of a drive thru order I apologize Here's a big discord server for programming: https://discord.gg/programming There's a lot of active people over there willing to help in anything related to programming, you might find your answer in a couple minutes or hours