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bio website pulsewave.net
location Italy
age 22
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I enjoy programming interactive 2D and 3D games/animations using , , , and the .

I can create private or enterprise web applications with + and combine them to data visualization solutions with the .

Currently working for a company specialized in development for ASP.NET MVC4 applications as a front-end developer, switching from to more convenient frameworks such as and which allows us to build reusable and highly customizable DOM components via in .


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comment Using FireWire 800, does it makes sense to use a SSD hard disk as opposed to a 7200rpm?
Seems cooler (no pun intended) but the high price tag is still inaccessible to me (unless there are serious performance benefits).
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accepted Using FireWire 800, does it makes sense to use a SSD hard disk as opposed to a 7200rpm?
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comment Using FireWire 800, does it makes sense to use a SSD hard disk as opposed to a 7200rpm?
I understand. Thanks for your suggestions :)
Dec
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comment Using FireWire 800, does it makes sense to use a SSD hard disk as opposed to a 7200rpm?
I'm not just talking of the HDD speed itself but the speed of Firewire 800 in regards of it. Is it just a matter of basic math? I have no idea and, yes, I admittedly done no research beyond using the few things I know (in which is it NOT included how to interpret HDDs specs in regards of the medium of transfer).
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comment Using FireWire 800, does it makes sense to use a SSD hard disk as opposed to a 7200rpm?
According to LaCie, my HD should be fast as a bullet. I'm copying 200gb of files and its taking ages: not to mention it crashed twice for 5 minutes and recovered itself. Only God knows if any file has been corrupted in the process. No sir: I won't believe any manufacturer information, especially if I need to use it for comparisons.
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comment Using FireWire 800, does it makes sense to use a SSD hard disk as opposed to a 7200rpm?
I don't even have any external SSD HD, how could I have these informations? By searching online? And how do I know information provided by retailers can be used for comparisons? In regards of speed (any kind of speed) I've NEVER met any specifications delivered with any product in my life.
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revised Using FireWire 800, does it makes sense to use a SSD hard disk as opposed to a 7200rpm?
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comment Using FireWire 800, does it makes sense to use a SSD hard disk as opposed to a 7200rpm?
Yes, I'd like to use it as a boot disk. Should have mentioned that in my question. I'm updating...
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asked Using FireWire 800, does it makes sense to use a SSD hard disk as opposed to a 7200rpm?
May
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comment Does a torrent tracker pass file data or just the list of addresses?
^ yeah, that makes sense - thanks for your explanation.
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accepted Does a torrent tracker pass file data or just the list of addresses?
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comment Does a torrent tracker pass file data or just the list of addresses?
^ see updated question. Thanks for your note.
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comment Does a torrent tracker pass file data or just the list of addresses?
Oh, I see you've edited the reply - now it makes sense. Thanks! I'll accept it in 3 minutes.
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comment Does a torrent tracker pass file data or just the list of addresses?
Take the "shared" folder on my computer - if I install Apache, enable web sharing and put an "index.html" file in it, I will still be unable to publish that folder as a website. It has been explained to me that this is due to the fact that my IP is shared in the neighborhood and not specifically redirecting to my computer. Is this wrong? If not, I don't see how someone can connect to my torrent client and take data packets.