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I do software engineering at a civil engineering firm. I work with C# and Wolfram Language (i.e. "The Language Formerly Known As Mathematica").

I recently learned some Go. You should, too. It's quite nice.


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comment Is there a router that can take a wireless signal, and connect wired devices?
I don't mean to be obnoxious, but if my answer below is not acceptable, you should clarify this---I'm willing to explain more...
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revised Installing a case fan: What to do when there's no spare 3-pin and no Molexes at all?
Clarified that ATX 1.3 and SATA are the same.
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revised Installing a case fan: What to do when there's no spare 3-pin and no Molexes at all?
Summarizing my use, and extension of, answerer's solution.
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revised Is there a router that can take a wireless signal, and connect wired devices?
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comment Is there a router that can take a wireless signal, and connect wired devices?
Thanks, @bbaja42. Interesting to know the differences.
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comment Installing an additional fan in an HP Slimline s3120n
Very nice, thanks for that link.