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File: 8f7104af5b52d18⋯.jpg (119.26 KB, 1360x654, 680:327, jcl.jpg)

 No.893617[Reply]

What's /tech/ies' opinion on JCL?

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 No.893799

>>893785

This. There are actually quite a few old farts who are paid 100's of thousands a year to mainframe old government computers.


 No.893991

>>893760

Because it's somewhat related to technology, you know.


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 No.894127

>>893785

>You know how the IRS works?

I don't have an IRS

>You know how your bank is processing payments?

I don't use bank

>You know what all those hospitals are built on?

Just hope you never get sick


 No.894528

>>893760

>some TeX reference

>"Launching TeX" is wads of JCL

Closest thing I came to seeing it in practice




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 No.883583[Reply]

Today is RMS' birthday.

May /tech/ wish him a happy 65th!

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 No.894203

>>894183

Not the hero that /tech/ needs, but the hero that /tech/ deserves.


 No.894227

>>894183

Looking at those pics I wonder, what does he actually do on his computer all the time, aside from programming and answering e-mails?


 No.894358

>>894227

Battles with elisp?


 No.894376

>>894183

>I must unite the free software under one banner.


 No.894378

>>894227

>aside from programming

>since around 1992 I have worked mainly on free software activism, which means I am too busy to do much programming. Around 2008 I stopped doing programming projects.




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 No.886173[Reply]

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 No.893270

>>892795

to his benefit he could be a New Yorker, a lost of us have a mut-tier vocabulary for the past 100 years without even knowing the origins of the words.


 No.893271

>>893270

a lot*


 No.894197

>>886173

The only thing that MtF is blocking is his testosterone production.


 No.894202

>>891812

>i3

Use a real WM like twm or wmaker.


 No.894356

>>893264

Read the thread dummy, that hasn’t been true for years.




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 No.878163[Reply]

seL4 is the world's first operating-system kernel with an end-to-end proof of implementation correctness and security enforcement.

This project is a mathematically-verified bug-free microkernel system that supports x86 and ARM, and aims to be general-purpose.

Website:

https://sel4.systems/

Whitepaper:

https://sel4.systems/Info/Docs/GD-NICTA-whitepaper.pdf

Genode OS, an OS framework that supports seL4 and other kernels:

https://genode.org/index

seL4 is already being used and researched by the military for avionics and helmet displays.

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 No.893724

>>893723

He's living the dream and you have the audacity to insult him? For shame anon.


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 No.894184

>>878169

And its probably vulnerable to cache side-band attacks because everyone's model of a cache has no side effects.


 No.894230

>>878323

seL4 is for drones, not high security.


 No.894318

>>881331

what's it like living in a social vacuum?




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 No.890311[Reply]

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 No.894082

>>894079

e-celeb drama is not technology

>>>/pol/


 No.894097

>>893729

You're right:

It's Huxley for the upper part of society (high middle class), and it's Orwell for the very low part of society (the "proles").

And communism/capitalism will fusion too. Some kind of anarcho-communism weird mix.


 No.894125

>>893729

Don't forget a bit of Bradbury too.

>"Now let's take up the minorities in our civilization, shall we? Bigger the population, the more minorities. Don't step on the toes of the dog-lovers, the cat-lovers, doctors, lawyers, merchants, chiefs, Mormons, Baptists, Unitarians, second-generation Chinese, Swedes, Italians, Germans, Texans, Brooklynites, Irishmen, people from Oregon or Mexico. The people in this book, this play, this TV serial are not meant to represent any actual painters, cartographers, mechanics anywhere. The bigger your market, Montag, the less you handle controversy, remember that! All the minor minor minorities with their navels to be kept clean. Authors, full of evil thoughts, lock up your typewriters. They did. Magazines became a nice blend of vanilla tapioca. Books, so the damned snobbish critics said, were dishwater. No wonder books stopped selling, the critics said. But the public, knowing what it wanted, spinning happily, let the comic-books survive. And the three-dimensional sex-magazines, of course. There you have it, Montag. It didn't come from the Government down. There was no dictum, no declaration, no censorship, to start with, no! Technology, mass exploitation, and minority pressure carried the trick, thank God. Today, thanks to them, you can stay happy all the time, you are allowed to read comics, the good old confessions, or trade-journals."


 No.894168

> 3 billion faces a second

That seems like an awful lot of calculating power


 No.894213

>>894082

It was suppose to be a thread about the whole 'Maker Movement' being actively SJW Cartel, with evidence of a few more companies that have otherwise avoided coming out because 90% of their customers being middle-aged white males who just learnededed to

>hurr gb2/pol/hold a soldering iron.

..but you're gonna dig those heels in.

The shit the ?Chinese were posting about Wu was not something that gets said anywhere else, either. Nice Deplatforming, faggot.

Why are 75% of the threads on /tech/ still here then?

Why does every BO on 8chan get infected with the Muh Board My Be Pretty And Become Populah And Much Only Have The Right Threads On It. gb2/4chan




 No.892780[Reply]

https://hackernoon.com/how-it-feels-to-learn-javascript-in-2016-d3a717dd577f

And BSD fags thinks that GNU/linux is bloated.

>Hey, I got this new web project, but to be honest I haven’t coded much web in a few years and I’ve heard the landscape changed a bit. You are the most up-to date web dev around here right?

>-The actual term is Front End engineer, but yeah, I’m the right guy. I do web in 2016. Visualisations, music players, flying drones that play football, you name it. I just came back from JsConf and ReactConf, so I know the latest technologies to create web apps.

>Cool. I need to create a page that displays the latest activity from the users, so I just need to get the data from the REST endpoint and display it in some sort of filterable table, and update it if anything changes in the server. I was thinking maybe using jQuery to fetch and display the data?

<-Oh my god no, no one uses jQuery anymore. You should try learning React, it’s 2016.

>Oh, OK. What’s React?

<-It’s a super cool library made by some guys at Facebook, it really brings control and performance to your application, by allowing you to handle any view changes very easily.

>That sounds neat. Can I use React to display data from the server?

<-Yeah, but first you need to add React and React DOM as a library in your webpage.

>Wait, why two libraries?

<-So one is the actual library and the second one is for manipulating the DOM, which now you can describe in JSX.

>JSX? What is JSX?

<-JSX is just a JavaScript syntax extension that looks pretty much like XML. It’s kind of another way to describe the DOM, think of it as a better HTML.

>What’s wrong with HTML?

<-It’s 2016. No one codes HTML directly anymore.

>Right. Anyway, if I add thesePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.894138

>>894018

lol I just got a flashforward of some insufferable retards making minimal webpages.


 No.894143

File: 0e8371330be24a8⋯.png (88.16 KB, 834x642, 139:107, WorldWideWeb.1.png)

>>893965

That sounds a lot more like the typical programmer or sysadmin MO than a human factors engineer or tech writer to me.

>>894114

I would put the downfall much earlier, to when the viewer and WYSIWYG editor functions separated in 3rd-party "browsers", turning the web from the hypertext version of normal documents it was originally conceived as, into a read-only antiquarian markup format hacked together by hand in text editors by subhumans.


 No.894182

>>893965

Actually what happens is

>Hire someone to make a GUI for a product with XYZ features

>They do so

>Six months later company wants to add ABC features

>The previous UI was poorly thought up and doesn't extend well

>Have to redo work to support new features and them them consistent

And is no different than picking up a code base that some retard half assed before you were forced to work on it.


 No.894200

>>894143

>read-only antiquarian markup format

At this point, it's write only


 No.894205

>>893965

Another cause for added complexity is that smart people look for abstractions, and extract patterns in the way they develop things. This does have the effect of making them more productive, but the very nasty side-effect of lowering the barrier of entry to many who should not be programming in the first place. For example, if we look at old jQuery, I'm sure the creator was reasonably talented. Little did he realize, that what probably made him productive was a pure form of cancer. Fast forward a decade, and his cancer looks rather innocuous to the mess it has metastasized into these days.




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 No.815125[Reply]

last thread died.

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Testing/development instance: https://dev.nextchan.org/

Production instance: https://nextchan.org/

Current version: Beta 0.10.0

Currently (04/11/2017) working on:

- Extension system (75% done)

- Captcha

- Flood detection

- Roles section of panel

Please post feature suggestions and bug reports here.

I can be reached at admin@nextchan.org or #nextchan on Rizon.

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 No.893910

File: b16eaa51ca4034d⋯.png (218.23 KB, 654x435, 218:145, terry mother fucking davis.png)

>>893903

>not being on best timezone


 No.893924

>>893897

>sign in to chat


 No.893926

>>893924

You can also chat using IRC, I gave the channel name in the post you replied to.


 No.893951

Stream will be starting in about an hour.

Lobby: https://youtube.com/user/mission712/live

IRC Chat (will be visible on the screen): irc.rizon.net #bclivestream


 No.893955

>>893951

The stream has started, come in if you want.




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 No.884261[Reply]

>flat but not lifeless like others

>support for basically every program ever made

>elegant, beautiful, simple, but modern all combined into one icon pack

<not just disabling icons all together

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 No.892340

isnt that for GTK shit? GTK is deprecated since Qt is the future


 No.892358

When my internet is working again and I don't have to tether through a phone with 6kB/s max. anymore, I wanted to add some .png icons to my in-construction fvwm config - is there some good place where I could start looking for that? It's looking a bit like a cheap CDE copy right now, so it doesn't have to be fancy. I know .png works, but haven't looked into other compatible formats yet.


 No.892778

>>884378

>Boston

It's like somebody left all the icons out in the sun all day and they lost their color.


 No.893854

I use the ubumtu one on trisquel. when i am in a gui


 No.893996

>>884330

Plenty of techies use GUI WMs. Only huge fucking faggots, losers, and servers waste their time with CLIs.




 No.892979[Reply]

A European debate website is being attacked by Antifa sending links to a Google form that masquerades as an innocent questionnaire.

What I want to know is: Can a Google service access data/metadata from other Google products that are running simultaneously?

""The obvious issue here is DOXXING""

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 No.893383

>>893372

tnx senpai


 No.893390

If it is something you would put on your Facebook, it isn't doxxxxxxXXXXXxxxxxxing.


 No.893696

>>893372

>what is this steaming shit of a thread

why did you say that in reply to my and another anons posts? op is the one who made a shit thread


 No.893701

>>893372

>>893367

My solution for opening suspicious websites is using Tor and/or archive.is or web.archive.org of the address.


 No.893786

Look how the shills immediately derail this thread. Yes OP, it's possible for Google to figure out who you are in this case.




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 No.893712[Reply]

I've been looking for cheap Chinese Bluetooth heart rate monitors, I want to read the raw data and translate it to CSV, or alternatively have an app that allows me to export the data in some common format such as xml. So far I only found models with a lot of extra functionalities such as SMSnotifications and generally some kind of integration with Android phones which should make for a complicated protocol (over Bluetooth) which in turn would be time consuming to reverse engineer. Any suggestions on how to accomplish this?

 No.894046

>>893712

>I've been looking for cheap Chinese Bluetooth/Girlfriend

Try ebay.




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 No.888473[Reply]

i3wm

FreeBSD

feh

CMake

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 No.892756

>>888474

>>CMake

>bullshit bloat with no reason to exist

Yea I just love manually mapping out dependencies for every single different Linux distro.


 No.892824

>i3wm

arch ricers

>FreeBSD

no hugs

>feh

muh bloat

>CMake

muh bloat

that's it, stop bumping this.


 No.892825

And also use the sticky next time.


 No.893564

>>888732

>using gotos everywhere

I've found people seem to have a phobia of gotos. Even in situations where they would make the code more elegant, they're avoided.


 No.893568

>>892756

Lol. people think the "configure" scripts are just part of make. autotools is bloated as all fuck.




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 No.892672[Reply]

Now there's a way how to remove 90% of ME module, How about removing the PSP module in AMD board. Obviously disabling the PSP functionality from bios is not the solution. Any board hackers here found out how to remove the PSP botnet?

 No.892686

>>892672

>Now there's a way how to remove 90% of ME module

Depends on the hardware.

On more recent hardware there's no real solution to really deactivate it before boot, the only known solution is using some found function that the CIA asked to deactivate the ME but AFTER the ME activation.

There's no solution anon we need to buy hardware that can be controlled and the only one that I know is the TALOS 2.

>How about removing the PSP module in AMD board.

The PSP is a ARM chip on the cpu die.


 No.893334

>>892686

It is basically impossible to remove the Intel ME on newer CPUs beyond core 2 because the firmware is signed and Intel has the key. They can't release it because of deals with other businesses and such.

Bottom line: Libreboot, Coreboot, or Talos II are your best bet when it comes to freedom in your computing.


 No.893351

>>93334

chyna




 No.891688[Reply]

Cock.li vs Gmail?

Cock.li is probably made by some basement dweller from 8ch.net while google is a giant corporation who I know reads through all my in encrypted emails.

What do you prefer /tech/ and why?

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 No.893212

>>893205

They expect one of us in the wreckage brother.


 No.893245

>>893205

Don't worry, one more Google service is coming: >>481


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 No.893320

>>893246

<unironically linking to mewch

http://archive.fo/9rrZt


 No.894660

>>892642

I just did an image search and predictably got a result page full of anuses gaping at me. Are you retarded or something?




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 No.878455[Reply]

Do you look up to anyone in tech?

Do you have anyone who inspires you?

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 No.892240

No, I hate people. This is why im in tech.

Looking up to 'idols' is for cattle.


 No.892263

>>878459

Woz's earlier days are inspiring. The guy built the first release of one of the most popular early home computers from scratch. The Apple 1 is a nerd legend. He is a hero to me, even if his Woz U is sketch as fuck.

>>878475

Torvalds not only developed and maintans the greatest anti-corporate OS but has an attitude to boot. I like him.

>>878495

Carmack is the quintessential engineer. I hope his space efforts are fruitful someday. I like him as well.

>>878514

They are still around, though many of them ether went to the dark side or are on the dark side. One name that is big in those circles is a hero of mine.

>>878551

Isn't he more anti-/tech/ than tech? Not really a hero of mine but definitely an interesting guy with some sadly prophetic things to say.

>>878554

Oh fuck yes Terry is a hero of mine. A literal madman who built his own OS through the sheer power of determination, autism, and madness. I hope he finds his way out of the streets and back in front of a computer.

>>878747

I like that he had the balls to try to make public domain, you know, public. I truly wish more people had his passion for fucking up the intellectual property crowd. I'm sure he would have given me a reason to hate him along with the rest of the reddit spergs if he lived through Gamergate but what a sad loss.

>>879247

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 No.892469

>>892043

When Stallman signed my laptop the windows 7 partition on it immediately broke.


 No.892472

>>892469

You have been blessed by St Ignucious, my child. You know what you must do now, you must defenestrate your computer for your penance of using Windows.


 No.893102

>>878455

Mitnick and Poulsen, mainly because I grew up without a strong father figure and those con-men with their used car salesman attitudes appealed to me, for some reason. Terry is also OK in my book, a /tech/ equivalent of an outsider artist, misunderstood and shunned. Stallman is a meme by this point, but his attitude towards maintaining personal freedom is something that brings a tear to my eyes in these wretched times.




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 No.889258[Reply]

This is the best language ever. Prove me wrong.

protip: you can’t.

>inb4 no multiprocessing

It sucks but it’s not painful.

>inb4 not pure

Pure haskal code is shit.

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 No.892777

>>892776

Yea, i'm sure you know all about type systems. You are a smart one. Rust is the absolute limit of engineering and mathematics. Deciding that a list is type and memory safe is something that computer languages just cannot do. No other languages can do that.


 No.892938

>>892677

like what?


 No.892952

>>892938

Like plugging in a custom allocator just for that instance of the data type at runtime.


 No.892963

>>892952

Alright just add a allocator field of type alloc::allocator::Alloc to the LinkedList struct and then instead of using Box::new to allocate nodes use the alloc_one function of the allocator. This should add only a few lines of code.

What else justifies the unreasonably convoluted C++ version?


 No.892977

>>892963

>just add a allocator field of type alloc::allocator::Alloc to the LinkedList struct

Look these things add up. The CPP version has sort, merge, reverse, etc. Not to mention tons of extra definition info to make tracing the operation of the STL library based on compile options. The CPP version is also more optimized and has multiple ways to copy data around. Sometimes you want copies, sometimes you want references (not pointers), sometimes you want to do a memory swap, all for different cases.




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