>>QON7QXQT (OP) test
i hate computers
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I am looking to become a .NET developer to get some kind of comfy position at a well paying job. >Where do I start? I'm not sure >What kind of .NET should I use? I was thinking core, but I don't know if its stable >Does it feel good to program in .NET? I would think so when I'm making the big bucks >Why are you posting this? Let me know bros I'm all ears. Looking for a helping hand. If anyone would be willing to spread themselves my way I'd gladly embrace it. dotNET does seem like the way, but if you think its not memory safe let me know PLZ!!9 replies and 4 images, Click here to view all.
>>fprog-ITPCFRVQ (OP) >Where do I start? Depends on what you want to do. C# is an all around good programming language. ASP.NET is (while mediocre) the best for web dev under the .NET framework. There are definitely other decent languages but afaik those are the two most used and probably most useful There are plenty of great C# resources online (including a full video tutorial series published by microsoft) >Does it feel good to program in .NET? It can be depending on what you're doing, C# was the first language I learned and back when i was like 13-14 making stupid Windows apps it was very comfy. >Should I do this? Maybe, maybe not, if you don't care about Micro$hit's philosophy, track record, etc then absolutely do it, especially since there are some good paying dev jobs with it.
>>fprog-RO2OPAB6 got it, have a weird issue. I have lua-cjson 5.3 but for some reason fbi only seems to look for 5.2 and won't run with 5.3
>>fprog-KHPQKD94 >fbi:4:package.cpath = package.cpath..';.deps/?.so' if you can find where cjson.so is on your system, you can append it to this line similar to what i did. the '?' will substitute for the filename. or, you know, just use the lua-cjson version that comes with.
DEVCHAD FOR THE LOVE OF GOD WHY ARE THE FILES ON THE FChannel-Server REPO FULL OF TRAILING WHITESPACE OH MY GOD I OPENED ONE OF THEM IN VIM AND MY EYES STARTED TO BLEED FROM THE ASSAULT THAT WAS THE RED-HIGHLIGHTED TABS AT THE END OF LINE WON'T SOMEBODY PLEASE RUN >find . -type f | xargs -L1 sed -i 's/\s\+$//' ON THE REPO AND COMMIT PLEASE I DONT WANNA CREATE A GITHUB ACCOUNT JUST FOR THIS THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS NO WONDER THE SOFTWARE IS MESS HOW CAN ANYBODY WRITE DECENT CODE UNDER SUCH BARBARIC CIRCUMSTANCES19 replies and 2 images, Click here to view all.
how do i use stdlib.h to infect users of my software with an std?
Alright /prog/champs, here is a project for this year: >>fb-QMFCOQ9L → We need to come up with a plan to achieve this utopia.30 replies and 3 images, Click here to view all.
>>fprog-UO242JNJ >This plan is like the evil genius's ultimate plan to destroy the internet once for all, but that's also the reason why I don't think this would work: it looks too good on paper to work properly. It's merely a way of providing a more sustainable method of archival, as opposed to relying on a central (or handful of different) servers to archive everything online. Right now theres like the wayback machine, archive.md, etc but those are super unreliable if it were to go to censorship requests. A federated archival site would be literally perfect
FCHAM is a couple of scripts for generating a graph with graphviz of the FChannel network. It started as an innocent attempt to visualize the federation status, but has evolved into a somewhat decent program. You can see the original thread here: https://fchan.xyz/b/HDAMDSZB (though if you browse /b/ you have probably seem it already. Many times. Over and over. People started complaining, so I will spam /prog/ now) FCHAM is made of two scripts: * fetch-data, shell script responsible for downloading all the following.json from all boards from the known instances * make-graph, lua script that parses the json and generates a .dot file used by graphviz' dot filter, it is then used to render the graph There are recipes in Makefile for all the files needed to create the map, so a simple 'make' should execute everything perfectly. You will need graphviz installed on your system to be able to render the graph. lua and curl you may already have. tor (the daemon, not the browser) is an optional dependency if you want to fetch data from tor instances. You can download an archive of FCHAM at http://p6nhckzlonbw72mhxqcyfa474ssavlnud6tvpmhjzf37r2zyz2ommtqd.onion/fcham.pax.xz, read more about it at http://git.p6nhckzlonbw72mhxqcyfa474ssavlnud6tvpmhjzf37r2zyz2ommtqd.onion/fcham/file/README.html, and clone the git repository from http://git.p6nhckzlonbw72mhxqcyfa474ssavlnud6tvpmhjzf37r2zyz2ommtqd.onion/fcham.git. Pic related is the current map as generated by FCHAM ignoring 0x00000000.xyz (which is hidden by default), showing tor instances, hiding unknown instances, and merging /a/+/amh/ /b/+/vip/ and /lit/+/phi/ (the default merges). I think the color scheme is kinda bad, but there are too many instances now and I am bad with colors.
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