>>1343>Any cool topics in computer science I should know more about?
depends, what do you already know?
and are you more interested in theory or stuff that is useful for a job?
>>1345>useful for a job>cool topics
just learn full stack web development if you haven't already
also learn infosec too
that's where all the money is these days
I don't care about making money. Any shell scripting nerds out there want to tell me about mathematics in scripts? Particularly bash.
math in scripts? like what, basic arithmetic stuff, or what?
python is better for more advanced math tbhhttps://linuxhint.com/10_best_math_libraries_python/
Last thing I was working on was Dennis MUD, and before that Driftwood. I haven't had that programmer energy for three months now though, so I haven't been really working on any software projects. Usually I get interested in programming for about a month and that comes in 2 month or 6 month cycles, or somewhere in-between.
Mostly I've just been maintaining the server, and I also set up a server and website for a roommate a while ago who got kicked off of Tumblr for lewd artwork.
If you want to learn a programming language I always recommend Python, but lately JS has become a good general-purpose option too thanks to NODE. My first language was actually FreeBASIC, followed by C. FreeBASIC has a lot of cool old hobbyist games.
It's also good to know HTML and CSS so you can make your own websites. I probably end up using HTML more than anything else. You could also learn Linux so that you can host your websites and whatever services you want on a server you run yourself.
Basic arithmetic that a beginner to programming would find useful.
learn blender tbh
3D stuff has many, many uses and is way more fun than you'd think.
>>1343>What are sushis working on right now
Simultaneously completing my Psychology degree and reestablishing the Allgemeine Ärztliche Gesellschaft für Psychotherapie (AÄGP) against the Terran materialist mindvirus that has taken hold of the world in the last 100 years
working on a imageboard, i know jack heck about proggraming so im using lainchan's base, is sushigirl's base easy to install? i first tried NPFchan's but after installing and entering mod.php once it never let me in again so im just trying lainchan, also im somewhat limited in specs as im running a pentium 4 with 256 MB of ram, should i upgrade?
Sushichan and Uboachan run on Vichan, which is easy to install and use but also a dead project. A lot of newer imageboards run on Lynxchan, which is still under active development, but in my experience way more difficult to set up and use. If you don't care about having cutting-edge technology behind your imageboard, I'd still recommend Vichan. It looks like Lainchan is actually running a modified version of Vichan, so their fork is probably still being developed and might be better than base Vichan. tl;dr if you're using Lainchan's base you're basically using Sushichan's base already, but probably better.
Thanks for the response, installation for lainchan was easy, but other problems arose, especifically webms not working despite any configuration i do and the package mess that is libjpeg62 over libjpeg9
Limits of computation and limits of machine learning.
I'm working with a friend on making an operating system for Arduino. It's been done a few times before, but the selection isn't great. I think it'll be fun and help me scrape the rust off of my C skills and learn Lisp. We're using uLisp as a shell language and basis for the OS shell itself, and adapting that to work on top of FreeRTOS, a preemptive multitasking kernel. This OS will only work on the Mega 2650 due to RAM constraints. I just got an SD shield and want to start working on the filesystem functionality soon. Currently the OS can run one uLisp interpreter shell inside one process, but eventually it will be able to spin off Lisp programs as parallel processes.http://www.ulisp.com/https://www.freertos.org/
yay another Lisp OS writer! I mentioned my Lisp OS in >>257
, except mine's written in C and is also a Lisp interpereter in and of itself, and on x86. I've been looking at uLisp a lot for implementation details for when there's no access to hashmaps or regular expressions (still can't be bothered to write a hashmap…). I'm eager to see how yours develops, more low level Lisp is good Lisp.
thought it over for a while as to whether or not I'd share it here but i want to know what people think.
A while back i decided I wanted to make my own collection of anime ops and eds so with a lot of help i started collecting them, and I also started building a website so i could share my collection with everyone since it would be selfish to keep it all to myself. At the time I had zero knowledge or experience but i eventually learned php to a decent extent as well as mysqli. The site has been up for about a month and a half and its still kind of shaky and theres a lot of stuff I want to change or add, but at the same time im really proud of myself for coming this far. It would be a lot of help if you guys checked it out and let me know what you think!http://oyasumi-chyuu.fun/
Great job, I love it! Thank you for making this sushi roll, pls pat yourself on the back for me, and be proud, keep working hard and best of luck.
I've bookmarked the site I think it will come in handy I'll advertise it elsewhere aswell.
Just been programming a lot lately, working on a little sandboxed emulated computer toy project
Working on project Euler problems…
I got stuck in a loop of the first seconds of the featured video, don't know what happened but it did. Maybe it was my internet or something got funny but whatevs, just give us an update on when are you allowing others to upload some stuff and if you desire a particular encoding or something along those lines. It really helps having more info on the shows, but I somehow feel the link to the full song might get taxing (as in a chore and not fun) if you end up having a lot in the future or if there's no video with the song
In any case it seems a very nice one sushi! I like being able to see the background image and the airing shows ones with a single click too.
And the ganbare beam was the cherry on the top
I want to build a web application that serves like a life dashboard for me. I can log into it and track my habits, write diary entries, and check goals and their related tasks/habits. Which is why I started learning full stack web development. I'm currently learning CSS.
just slacking off at work for 5 more hours until it's the weekend. If you're new to the whole CS thing, might want to check out more infrastructure related topics. I swear it's fun and not just self hatred.
I'm thinking of putting together a guide on hosting basically everything on your own VPS from a basic blog email to a VPN for absolute beginners. Trying to think what people would be interested in.
>>2187>email>blog & rss>website>VPN>tor/i2p relay>nextcloud>jitsi>irc/xmpp/matrix>Minecraft>postgres, mysql, etc…>pihole/adguard
Sounds like a cool idea, basically aggregating all the guides online into one place and improving them wherever possible
I think you can find an audience for that. Most of these guides are absolute trash, so you'll easily stand out!
I made myself a notetaking software based on the Whisper library. College isn't ready.
making a game where you hit people into other people with a baseball bat, will update you sushis if ever it gets finished!
godot is a great engine! at least for 2D, I heard 3D support is kind of dicey
the selfie camera is perfect opportunity for a jump scare, but only after you've used it a bunch and only shortly after looking in the mirror.