So I am and have been using a series of flash drives instead of something normal for my added external shortage because I didn't have money then on an old PC and just keep using them, however they're hot af.
Why is this?
I mean I just used them as my game install directories and I leave them plugged in. I'm not talking about when I'm running games off them or downloading, just leaving them plugged in where they should be idling. However, when I take them out of rear and front IO the plug itself is hotter than all fuck. Am I not supposed to leave flash drives plugged in? Is that bad for my PC?
Also as long as I'm asking about that, why would a USB 3 hard drive, flash drive, and SSD all have wildly different download speeds? Shouldn't they all ultimately be bottlenecked by the same USB 3.1/2 bandwidth? Why would a flash drive that's also using NAND be so much slower than even external HDD?
Lastly did anyone get those RGMeme ADATA or whoever external SSD/HDD? Because right now I'm tempted...
My company makes 3D home decor, shelves, and some other things. However we were just contracted to make 2 6 foot by 7 1/2 foot murals for a business, the money is good. My issue however is my .cad file is too big for my slicing software. Is there a program I can buy or use that will let me import a .cad file and split it Into pieces for separate prints? I've never encountered this problem before and would rather not start all over. I use freecad for my designs. I also have fusion360 for other projects.
>cant get a job without knowing number theory >can't get a job without knowing combinatorics >cant get a job without knowing topology >cant get a good job without knowing real and abstract algebra >^ all at a pure math major's level btw, not your generic cs class version thereof >cant get a job without knowing mathematical libraries >cant get a job without knowing all methods of all stl containers >can't get a job without 2*x years of experience for technologies that have only existed for <=x years >have to compete with people who dont have cs degrees, have cs degrees, have unrelated degrees, have engineering degrees, have no degrees, >have to compete with people who spend all their time doing competitive programming >have to compete with people who literally cheat on the interviews >have to compete with people who will work for $10/hour >Everyday the amount of new people who just "learned to code" increases exponentially >can't pass interviews at top 5 companies >can't pass interviews at less than the top 5 because they model their process after the top 5 >cant pass interviews at startups because they also model after the top 5 >cant get a non programming job because you're "too experienced" and assumed to ask for a lot of money >cant get a job because you dont have a masters >cant get a job because you DO have a masters and thats too much education for their tastes >cant get a job because you didnt go to X school >cant get a job because you DID go to X school and the interviewer doesn't like that school
It's almost as if being experienced, personable and good at programming isnt enough to get a job anymore Yeah boyos I dont think this semen slurping "career" is for me
I recently got promoted and the team "allowed" me to have a Thinkpad loaded with Linux, then took away my maxed out Macbook Pro for it. They said it was because I could be trusted with a "proper" system now, and that I'm free to install whatever I want on it. Well guess what? Everything has been fucking awful. The screen is garbage, the battery life is a third of what I had on my Mac, the nib and touchpad are the biggest lie ever sold, and none of my apps work half as well on Linux. I can't even copy stuff into the terminal without using ctrl+shift+v, as opposed to the universal cmd+v on Mac. Fucking kill me, I'm so sad I lost my Mac. It's actually amazing how delusional Linux people are.
So the company I work for relies on a single developer who's busy with other shit too often to fix some substantial automation code which is making me us do more shit manually.
I'm not a developer at this job, but I've written my own automation Python scripts to get me by for now. With all this free time from not having to do shit manually, I was wondering if I should take a look at his Perl code and fix it myself.
I would test it all out before slipping it back into the remote server. But if this all worked out, would he think I'm a piece of shit?
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