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I’m interested in computer science, artificial intelligence, robotics, programming languages, functional programming, and more.

I also enjoy reading, and watching good movies.

I know C, Python, JavaScript, C++, Java, and Scala. I’m learning Haskell.

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Dec
7
awarded  Announcer
Dec
3
revised How to disable automatic brightness setting on LG monitors?
LG is a relevant tag so I'm re-adding it.
Nov
20
awarded  Teacher
Nov
20
asked How to disable automatic brightness setting on LG monitors?
Nov
20
answered How to disable automatic brightness setting on LG monitors?
Nov
15
accepted Stretch game across multiple monitors in fullscreen
Nov
15
comment Stretch game across multiple monitors in fullscreen
is it possible to do this only in games, though? Not a pressing issue since I only use Windows for gaming, but it'd be nice.
Nov
15
asked Stretch game across multiple monitors in fullscreen
Oct
22
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
11
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
9
comment How does domain name registration work?
"How does DNS work?"
Sep
9
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
23
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
12
comment Keyboard doesn't let me press certain keys at the same time
I had this same problem, but thought it was an issue with Ubuntu: askubuntu.com/questions/493753/…. Turns out my keyboard simply has a combination of 4 keys that I use as a shortcut, and it's thus quite inconvenient.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
15
comment Is it insecure to use a swap file that multiple systems can read?
I agree, and there are more logical attack vectors when you have such access from another OS, but it was interesting and I learned something :D
Jun
15
comment Is it insecure to use a swap file that multiple systems can read?
Now I just use a shared NTFS partition, without reading ext4 from Windows.
Jun
15
comment Is it insecure to use a swap file that multiple systems can read?
@Majenko No, but aren't there ways to directly access the device? If so, couldn't a userspace implementation in the malware suffice? Also, you can actually install drivers for ext4, which is what I was doing, until I realize that the quality of those drivers was suboptimal and the user experience was not transparent (the program always had to reside in the userspace actually). Some implementations even had glaring feature omissions such as no write support or were unsafe and experimental.
Jun
8
revised In Notepad++, how do I split long lines in several rows?
Wording
Jun
6
accepted Is it insecure to use a swap file that multiple systems can read?