Taboola is on that list. The kings of click-bait. They use about 4 million different domains to avoid being blocked outright as well. BS. The crappy part is I actually value Googles Ads but if you disable all acceptable ads you disable all sites.
OBS being easily THE most popular streaming software around, which is open source and free. That's awesome Google, way to blow it.
We'll hire you!
and Google even supports them for authentication. Unless you are a paying customer and use Google for Work (Google Apps), they don't support that yet.
I won't even consider it until DisplayPort 1.3 is the prevalent standard on all monitors. Don't give me that g-sync/free-sync crap either.
is most important for games. Probably see better performance out of a 4790K which is still king for i7s AFAIK.
I kind of did a double take when I saw the title. The book/series starts out with a brand new Boeing 777 losing power on the run way.
I love Perl as well (and I make well over that). But I'll be honest with you. After 20+ years of programming in Perl I love programming in Python a whole lot more.
many of the "international" comp sci / engineering students prided themselves on beating the system (less time in college == less living expenses) by taking 24 or more credits per quarter. The way they did this was cheating their asses off by copying homework. Most of the work for comp sci / engineering was done in the labs so they'd rummage through the trash cans and look for other student's printed off drafts.
Are these companies really willing to have all their credit card processing pulled? Simple as that and CurrentC dies.
that the new hotness is to say "F that GPU, I want to make a game with graphical parity to the late 80s!"
Took we had to take it in CS back in the early 90s. I actually enjoyed it quite a bit. Now, would I want to program in it for the rest of my life? Probably not.
I have a VMs that runs windows xp and 98. They is specifically for old games that won't work on newer operating systems or have stuff like tages or securom. VMware player supports 3d passthrough so on a modern system those older games play perfectly without any frame drop.
Jesus... they run. They are. Coffee hasn't kicked in yet