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What will you do on January 14th 2020 when extended support ends for Windows 7?
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Why will it fail?

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/wt/ - Watch Thread, Vincero edition

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This thread is about the appreciation of watches, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.

>Required viewing for new people (unironically):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xzn4MQnngT4

>Thread theme (unironically):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnzgdBAKyJo

>Used watch guide:
https://pastebin.com/4cP1Tpri

>Strap guide:
http://pastebin.com/SwRysprE

>Watch essentials 102:
http://pastebin.com/VBAu4Rwi

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Go has a new code of conduct!

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And it applies outside of Go, too.

>The specific language in our code of conduct restricted our ability to respond only to actions happening “in the official forums operated by the Go project”. We needed a way to protect our community members wherever they are.

https://blog.golang.org/conduct-2018

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Stop falling for memes.

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This man is a true genius and the most valuable Google engineer. He's like a God at Google and not even the CEO would go against him. He literally made Google what it is today and wrote/worked-on all of their most important software stacks. He's worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

Now, notice something interesting:

He doesn't have two, three or four monitors and he doesn't have some gigantic TV screen that kills your focus and distracts him from everything important.

He's not distracted by having a phone out on his desk, because he doesn't use such technology as a lifeline like consumerist millennial do who'd literally die without their phone.

He doesn't have some bullshit meme mech keyboard with some special switches that were forged by elves in Japan from katana-grade steel and lights that emit perfect sRGB colors.

He doesn't have some tricked out text editor with million different features and colors.

He doesn't run some super-autistic Linux distro like Arch that demands you babysit it all the time.

He doesn't have some DE with customized CSS US that you usually see in tons of threads on here.

He didn't even change the default theme, colors or the default background.

He can afford all that shit, yet he doesn't waste his time on it. Instead, he writes 100x more lines of code than you and is 1,000,000x more accomplished than you'll ever be. And he's infinitely smarter than you'll ever be.

So quit falling for fucking memes and quit craving all the latest bullshit that gets posted on here in these cancerous consumerist "generals" threads. Mark my words, and this is coming from a professional: there's nothing more pathetic than consumers who think having multi-monitor setups makes them productive.
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/dpt/ - Daily Programming Thread

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What are you working on, /g/?

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Why does Europe have no major tech companies? USA has them, Asia has them, Europe has at best a few small dev firms, most of whom just end up getting bought by USA tech giant companies like Google, Microsoft, etc.
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how do we teach children to use computers
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/mkg/ - Mechanical Keyboard General

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So, I just got a call from my ISP saying they know I was "breaking copyright infringement" by downloading copyrighted music and movies, and they will terminate my internet access if I continue.

I download anime from Nyaa, YIFY rips of movies, movies and FLACs from The Pirate Bay, and FLACs from Soulseek. I have been doing so for several months since I moved here. Which one of these is my ISP catching on to? How are they doing so? I really don't know how I can live without at least two of these four services, so I need to make some educated guesses here.
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