I've been thinking this would most likely happen when NAND gets relatively cheap for at least two reasons:
1. Current third party SATA 6 Gbps SSD controllers AFAIK can only handle up to 2TB (Samsung 850 EVO 2.5" is available in 4TB capacity though)
2. M.2 form factor can't hold as many packages as the 2.5" form factor (though I wonder how much true impact this has when each package can hold up to eight chips or in some cases sixteen chips)
- When do you think we will finally see U.2 for SSD become… I've been thinking this would most likely happen when NAND gets relatively cheap for at least two reasons: 1. Current third party SATA 6 Gbps SSD controllers AFAIK can only handle up to 2TB (Samsung 850 EVO 2.5" is available in 4TB capacity though) 2. M.2 form factor can't hold as many packages as the 2.5" form factor (though I wonder how much true impact this has when each package can hold up to eight chips or in some cases sixteen chips)
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- Mythbusting MDMA (Hystory, HowTo, HowNotTo, stuff) Hey there PPL, as i was lurking into some Ecstasy related Threads here, i figured that there is much need of a little Myth busting. So in this Thread i want to share my knowledge with you. It´s based on my personal experience as well as on scientific facts and since I couldn´t know everything: Wikipedia where I reassured myself about hystorical events and the parts I´ve forgotten about Shulgin ;)Personal Note: XTC/MDMA is my absolute favorite. As I described it to another User here on HF:Quote:It´s kind of an Instant perfect night. You will, given the right doses and location and company, be able to experience yourself as well as your surrounding mates on a whole new Level and understand stuff about you and others that will last not just for this particular night, but forever. This has to be said first: As there is plenty of scientific proof on what will happen to you if you misuse XTC , there is NO evidence (and said that much: not because nobody did research it 😉 ) that using XTC every once in a while will harm you in any way! Later on I will give you a small How to “safe” use MDMA. Table of Content: 1. A brief history of X. 2. How does it feel? 3. Where to use it? 4. What is it doing? 5. What could go wrong? 6. Side effects 7. How to “safe” use XTC1. A brief history of X. MDMA which is short for methylenedioxy¬methamphetamine, was first synthesized in 1912 by a Group of “Merck”* scientist, who tried to find a substance that stops abnormal bleeding. But although in the upcoming years, some people tried it, it remained kind of an insider. That was until the “Godfather of MDMA”, Dr. Alexander Theodore “Sasha” Shulgin (born June 17, 1925 – died June 2, 2014) entered stage. He was not (as often stated) the first who synthesized MDMA, nor was he the first to explore its effects. In fact even as he synthesized it first time in 1965, he learned about the psychedelic effects, 11 years later when in 1976 a student of a medicinal chemistry group he advised at San Francisco State University told him about it. But he, for sure, had the most impact on it. And if it wasn´t for him, maybe we would never have heard of XTC. Shulgin stated that, in his time as a research director on Bio-Rad Labs, he had a series of psychedelic experiences that were goal setting for his work and life: He experienced that there are certain substances, which could lead to a deeper understanding of “yourself” and because of this could help people fight mental Problems. ” I first explored mescaline in the late '50s.... Three-hundred-fifty to 400 milligrams. I learned there was a great deal inside me.” After he was introduced to the effects of MDMA, he talked about “Window” as he named I, to a fellow psychotherapist, Leo Zeff, who called…
- Do you think we will see any of the NAND manufacturers using Do you think we will see any of the manufacturers using the node after 15/16nm for NAND production? 10nm planar NAND? Toshiba?http://www.anandtech.com/show/9113/...t-3d-nand?_ga=1.192737762.93334132.1463738514 I'm not surprised that Toshiba's first 3D NAND product is a 48-layer part because the company has the smallest planar NAND node (15nm), so anything less than 48 would likely not have been cost efficient enough when compared against...Click to expand... Do you think we will see any of the NAND manufacturers using the node after 15/16nm?
- 4/20/1889 On April 20, 1889, a baby boy emerged from his mother's moist womb in a quaint little town named Braunau am Inn, Austria. This boy would grow up to be a very influencial political figure. Things weren't always easy for this lad, however. He was born into poverty, and failed art school. Defeated, he moved to Germany in 1913 & joined the military to help fight in WW1. Decorated during his service, he joined the German Workers' Party (DAP), the precursor of the NSDAP, in 1919 and became leader of the NSDAP in 1921. In 1923 he attempted a coup in Munich to seize power. The failed coup resulted in his imprisonment, during which he dictated the first volume of his autobiography and political manifesto Mein Kampf ("My Struggle"). After his release in 1924, he gained popular support by attacking the Treaty of Versailles and promoting Pan-Germanism, anti-semitism, and anti-communism with charismatic oratory. He frequently denounced international capitalism and communism as being part of a Jewish conspiracy. In 1933, this man was elected Chancellor of Germany; and by 1934 he held the position of Führer of Germany, both positions he would hold until his untimely death. While in power, he accomplished many great feats which have gone wildly unappreciated. He was able to give Germany political peace in a time where violence & turmoil were commonplace in civilian's lives. He grabbed the German economy by the britches & lifted them out of the Great Depression. Before this, Germans were often reduced to eating grass to ward off starvation! When he came to power, the national treasury was empty. Countless homes and farms were lost to private (Jewish controlled) Banks. The very first “invention” of the Third Reich was the breaking away from the international banking system, which made its money on debt finance; i.e., usury. (This act later probably caused WWII.) Nazi government thwarted the international banking cartels by issuing its own currency known as Reich Marks, free from manipulation by International Financiers. World Jewry responded by declaring a global boycott of German goods. Within two years, Germany was back on its feet. It had a solid, stable currency, and no inflation. When the man born on 4/20 came to power a wheelbarrow full of 100 billion-mark banknotes could not buy a loaf of bread. Germans lived in hovels. They had no work, no money and were starving. He began a national credit program by devising a plan of public works that included construction of new roads, bridges, Dams, canals, and port facilities and flood control, repair of public buildings and private residences. All these were paid for new State owned currency Reich Marks which was free from manipulation by International financiers. He said, “For every mark issued, we required the equivalent of a mark’s worth of work done, or goods produced.” Women were encouraged to be homemakers thus creating jobs for unemployed men. Within two years, the unemployment problem had been solved, and Germany was back on its feet.…
- #1 Writing Better Code [Series] This is the first tutorial in a series discussing more involved topics about PHP. This series is going to help you advance your programming techniques outside of PHP (even though we will be using it) and will help you become a better programmer in the future if you choose to pursue it. I'm going to assume that you have a good syntactical knowledge of PHP, and a basic understanding of object oriented programming. This includes inheritance, scope, and visibility. Most other topics will be covered in this tutorial. The first thing I want to tackle is your editor/ide. If your editor does not support comment blocks, class, property, and method autocompletion, and coding standard fixers (phpcs), and a live syntax checker, then you should probably switch your editor to something like Eclipse PDT which is an open source php IDE, PhpStorm (if you can purchase a license or are purely using it for open source software), and to a lesser extend Sublime Text. You can get most of the features you need out of sublime with packages and it is very lightweight, but it still lacks the power of a full IDE. Without a decent IDE, you are going to be at a disadvantage compared to someone like me who uses Eclipse PDT. Lots of things are automated for you, and it makes developing anything a whole lot easier. In the past i've written codebases with just a stripped down sublime with limited plugins, and looking back at that code I'm kicking myself. So do yourself a favor, and switch to a IDE / text editor that supports the basic features you should want in an IDE. Here is an image showcasing some of the basic features PDT has to offer. Don't be worried to much about the text editor theme, you can theme it to whatever colours you want to make you feel at home. The next topic I am going to cover is code commenting. This might seem like a seemingly useless thing to do in your code, but it is actually quite important once you start down the road of abstraction and implementation of various pieces of code (which you will be learning about in this tutorial). I'm sure most of you have now gotten into the habit of commenting your code only when you get to 'tricky' or complicated pieces of logic. There are two issues with this. 1) Your code should never be so complicated someone wouldn't know what it does at any given time. 2) Your logic should be declared in a doc-block at the beginning of the method, and since the method SHOULD have a very limited scope of what it actually does, therefore any logic contained in the method should be able to be explained in the doc-block. Here is a functional example of what I'm talking about. The first snippet of code is from a project I've worked on a long time ago. Now - lets look at a couple issues…
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