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Was wondering how it compares and if it makes sense to go for it in order to avoid security surprises 😃
There are probably similar security surprises with Ryzen: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryzen#Spectre
Still, I hope you'll report back about your experience if you do go down that route. I for one would be quite interested to hear how it compares. Especially for Clojure dev 🙂
@U06B8J0AJ so would you say that intel hasn't adjusted their prices sufficiently in response already then? ryzen stuff has now been out for around 2 years, no?
for a notebook i wonder whether it's likely customers can get much savings overall -- i wonder whether makers would just try to absorb any possible savings. for a desktop or other self-built thing, may be it's a different story.
Intel has been forced down a bit, but I understand that the Ryzen 3xxx parts are very competitively priced for what you get.
When I look for a laptop I seem to always come back to either Dell, or system76. Everything else seems too fringe. I tend to have confusing constraints, I always work with two 4k monitors at home, but 1 day a week I'm in the office with just the laptop. I run a lot of docker containers, ide, chrome, so I do use all of my 32G of Ram
Maybe it’s my Clojure centric world view, but it seems like so much is converging on React that they might as well build it into the web browser.
I have only looked at Angular 1 way back when, I’m told it’s shaped up a bit since then.
I'm not entirely sure if React includes more than this. 😄 My only React experience is via Reagent
That would be fine for something built into the browser I think. Yeah, presumably it could be made quite speedy if written in, for example, Rust (in the case of Firefox).
Out of morbid curiosity, what's the 10-second tour of React, the stuff between shadow-DOM and Redux (not-inclusive)?
anyone here reading programming (or anything non-fiction) books on a table or something like a kindle? any opinions? i want to get a device to read programming books but can’t figure out if kindle is good enough. i don’t think i want to take annotations on the device
I just get all my books in PDF form and then I can read them on any device or computer I have available (even my little iPhone although that's a bit of a strain on the eyes).
i use an onyx max 2 -- it's slow and not nearly as reliable as other mainstream options, but as seancorfield has hinted at, the eye experience is way better. when my eyes start hurting, this is what i use. the mobileread forums are a pretty good place to learn more about this type of thing.
imo, the annotation story on these e-ink devices is not good (with stories of data loss), so if that's important, a fair bit of care might be helpful, but care may not be sufficient.
if you read lots of pdfs with diagrams the remarkable is expensive but highly regarded
@chepprey the event stuff is pretty nice. You quickly forget how nasty DOM events really are (e.g. checkboxes don't have an onChange event normally!).
That’s true. And different behavior, firing order and so on, in different browsers and browser versions.