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I"m setting an alarm in my calendar for this
For over a year I got two types of ads nonstop, ads about support groups for endometriosis and targeted studies for those with endo, and also hashimoto’s disease ads. Like nonstop. Come to find out this year, I have both. Weird.
Edit: I didn’t look up any symptoms I don’t think. I just assumed Google isn’t a reliable answer for that kind of thing.
Edit edit: thank you for the award!
So I had the opportunity to use a pre-trained StyleGan model for free and used a folder of 1000+ league skins (up to KDA all out) to see if I could make something cool.
Most of them don't resemble any humans so good luck trying to decipher what any of these are supposed to be (maybe new void champ?), but I guess it would help to also know these were trained off a model used for sceneries and landscapes of mountains, so yeah probably not the most accurate model to use.
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About to graduate in April 2021, but I pretty much forgot most of the content I learned in the algorithms class I took in second year. So now I need to relearn the essentials of data structures and algorithms to be able to grind leetcode and perform during interviews.
A study route I read that was suggested is watch the Princeton coursea course on algorithms, read 'The algorithm design manual', work through the CTCI, then grind leetcode.
Is all that preparation necessary to grind leetcode. Any advice would be appreciated.
I'm looking for books that are recommended by professional and experienced programmers. Will I need a video tutorial as a supplement to these books?
I was watching some video tutorials but I learn easier from text because I can't focus watching a video for a longer period of time.
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Just something I noticed, I watch Funhaus all the time, it's definitely my most watched channel. I love them so much and seeing all the new video concepts they've put out lately has been a blast! (John Smiff is absolutely killing it)
However, I literally NEVER get recommended any Funhaus videos. At most, I'll get a recommendation for fan-made compilation videos once in a blue moon, and I never even really want to watch those, as I'd rather the official Funhaus channel get those hits. Meanwhile, I'll watch one quarter of one video by some other youtube channel before clicking off due to disinterest, and then for the next week, the only thing youtube will recommend to me is videos from a channel that I'm not even interested in!
I wish I understood how the algorithm worked, am I not getting served Funhaus content because I already watch it all the time, ergo it doesn't bother showing it in my recs? If that's the case, then please forgive me for my ignorance! I'm wondering if other fans have noticed something similar.
I'm definitely going to buy some merch as soon as I get some disposable income!
EDIT: I really hate how the most upvoted post I've made on any reddit account is a borderline doom-post and I wish I never posted this. If any of the folks at Funhaus are reading, I apologize if this has in any way discouraged you
...but can we PLASE get them back on the thumbnails??? Having no indication whatsoever of episode order other than post date really fucking sucks!
So I'm writing my very first 2D game engine in C++ and SDL2 and reached the point where I have to optimize my collision checks due to the fact that I'm using a horrendous pairwise check for each object in my world which really destroys the engine's performance. I came across a tree data structure called a QuadTree and I kid you not, I spent the whole day quit literally trying to understand this algorithm. Eventually I understood it and implemented it. However, I feel like it took me way too long. Did you guys ever experience something similar ?