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Computer Science Student at Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
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Software development (and IDE) skills

  • C (Code::Blocks)
  • C++, Qt (Qt Designer)
  • C# (Visual Studio)
  • PHP, MySQL (Sublime Text)
  • HTML(5), CSS(3) (Sublime Text)
  • JavaScript, jQuery (Sublime Text)
  • Java (Eclipse)
  • VBA (excel) // :D

Electrical engineering skills

  • Verilog (ISE)
  • Assembly (AVR)

Dec
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awarded  Famous Question
Dec
10
awarded  Quorum
Dec
8
comment What is the little twist in this floppy ribbon cable for?
@supercat Better, but I ended up writing a summarizing answer from all answers and comments.
Dec
8
accepted What is the little twist in this floppy ribbon cable for?
Dec
8
answered What is the little twist in this floppy ribbon cable for?
Dec
8
awarded  Excavator
Dec
8
revised HDMI to VGA convert
From the question body this is clearly about HDMI to VGA and not the opposite as we see in the title. The two are not the same.
Dec
8
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
8
suggested approved edit on HDMI to VGA convert
Dec
6
awarded  Good Question
Dec
6
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
5
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
5
accepted Can I plug an ADSL cable to a router with an RJ11 to RJ45 converter?
Dec
5
comment Can I plug an ADSL cable to a router with an RJ11 to RJ45 converter?
Thanks! So I can't get away from buying a proper ADLS router except if I put the ISP one into bridge mode.
Dec
5
asked Can I plug an ADSL cable to a router with an RJ11 to RJ45 converter?
Dec
5
comment What is the little twist in this floppy ribbon cable for?
Yes, after a few searches I found it out, but (until now) I never realized that this happens only at floppy cables.
Dec
5
asked What is the little twist in this floppy ribbon cable for?
Nov
14
comment What is the point of a 100Mbit router that has 802.11ac Wi-Fi?
@slhck There are many ISPs that provide Internet connection that exceed 100 MBit/s and there is a use for it e.g. file transfer to a torrent server or a private remote server. I just don't get the point of a router like the Netgear one above that provides fast Wi-Fi you cannot take advantage of (as I see in the specs, all ports of it are 100Mbit/s), except for the use JakeGould wrote but is that use case such a big market that there are routers just for this?
Nov
14
comment What is the point of a 100Mbit router that has 802.11ac Wi-Fi?
@slhck Both. Does it matter? Or, are you trying to say that the speed through the WAN port is gigabit but 100 Mbit through the LAN ports? Take the Netgear R6100 as an example for my question.
Nov
14
asked What is the point of a 100Mbit router that has 802.11ac Wi-Fi?