Great! Now I can drain my battery even faster!
...because that's what I just thought.
Newsflash! Government pays entrepreneur USD 25 k for coming up with a technological solution for a legislative problem!
Depends mostly on compiler and toolchain availability on those platforms. You still have Python-capable processors for embedded systems if you can't afford to learn C.
FWIW, I've been struggling with LPC4300 series processors. The open source toolchain is just so bad that your CPU hard faults on first attempted function call (most likely due to incorrect memory maps).
having a private key generator do some wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey stuff to generate a secure private key out if it.
This is Slashdot. Pretty please stop underestimating our skills.
a timing mechanism that underpins a way the Internet works
But how many LOCs is that? Joking aside, I would have thought that nobody had to dumb down things that much before posting to Slashdot.
According to reports, the plant was making GDDR5 chips, used in high memory bandwidth devices like display adapters. This clearly is a perfectly valid reason to raise the prices of DDR3.
Had a head crash on my work laptop on Thursday. There was no need for restoring backups in the traditional sense since all company data was on SparkleShare (company internal git repo) and the few personal documents were in Dropbox. I pulled out a new laptop, installed SparkleShare and Dropbox and was good to go.
there are a lot of Russian tourists this time of year. Most of them do drive responsibly. And I urge you to do so here abroad (we have a pretty decent police who can write accurate reports if there is an accident and are not for sale) as well as home.
They drive responsibly abroad because breaking the law will get their visa revoked.
Now that you mentioned it, I just noticed that Chrome gave an error message I hadn't noticed before:
Other users are also experiencing difficulties connecting to this site, so you may have to wait a few minutes.
The real news, however, might be that someone on Slashdot uses a browser that actively spies its users' browsing habits.
Somehow this doesn't come as a surprise, as Samsung announced just a week ago that they'll open a new R&D site at the Aalto University campus in Otaniemi. Samsung would've been bankrupt by the end of the year had they offered the MSc (Tech) undergrads all the spirits they can handle.
The Finnish Broadcasting Company YLE has adapted the well-aged teletext service for modern purposes by providing real-time Twitter commentary of ongoing muncipal election debates.
Earlier this year they allowed people to post their own pixel art.
Kindle has a nice idea of how the device can be used in a family, where the parents can control time spent by kids.
Yeah, books teach kids revolutionist ideas so it's better to reduce their exposure to any potentially dangerous material.
4 space indents, no tabstops
4 is wasteful, only two is needed an gives a nice alignment with the above code.
That's why you both ought to be using tabstops after all. It lets everyone use the indentation level they are most comfortable with.
If you worry about crossing the magical 80 character column width limit, don't. Those folks who care about it are the same who use 2 space indentation anyway.