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sylwek32



Joined: 27 Apr 2006
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sylwek32
Hello,
show youw PC-ROOM or WORKSTATION.

Thats my room, the room where
http://fasm.info is developed in



http://runhost.de/server/1024.jpg
http://runhost.de/server/1025.jpg
http://runhost.de/server/1026.jpg
Post 15 Sep 2006, 18:12
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MHajduk



Joined: 30 Mar 2006
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MHajduk
Good work Sylwek! I'm really impressed! Very Happy

Your FASM page is cleanly, elegant and readable. Keep it up!

Regards,
M.H.
Post 15 Sep 2006, 18:55
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sylwek32



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sylwek32
Thank you!

And what do you think about my dev. room?Very Happy
Post 15 Sep 2006, 19:06
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MHajduk



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MHajduk
It's impressive machinery! Very Happy
Post 15 Sep 2006, 19:11
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Remy Vincent



Joined: 16 Sep 2005
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Remy Vincent
Soon a view to my W98 powerfull "workstation"" yes as soon as I find my small "photo picker". But today I can't, because I use the "brand new" fast internet connection of my mother... I swear my parents have more computing stuffs & connetions since 1 month, than me. The reason I had to explain to them is TRUE: testing algorithm (let's say 400 lines) during 2 seconds == 1000 loops on my W98 computer, but 10.000 or even 100.000 loops on an "up to date" brand new computer. What's the difference ... I'm sorry but I am not able to imagine 10.000 loops, but follow 1000 loops during some seconds is still possible. Hope you will find an W98 computer, or a very slow pentium emulator, then you could improve algorithm knowledge... Strange self-experience isn't it ?
Post 15 Sep 2006, 20:29
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vbVeryBeginner



Joined: 15 Aug 2004
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vbVeryBeginner
nice room you got Smile
Post 16 Sep 2006, 10:04
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cod3b453



Joined: 25 Aug 2004
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cod3b453
sylwek32, it's nice to know I'm not the only person who suffers from programmer's chair Laughing Very Happy

I don't have any pictures of my actual PC and laptop but they look like this:

PC: http://www.lostcircuits.com/motherboard/shuttle_sn45g/sn45g.jpg
Laptop: http://www.second-notebooks.de/images/toshiba_satellite_pro_4200.jpg

I could easily lose both of them in that skyscraper you have in the corner Very Happy
Post 16 Sep 2006, 14:58
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f0dder



Joined: 19 Feb 2004
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Location: Denmark
f0dder
sylwek, that's a pretty cute rack you've got Smile - the server looks pretty aged, though.

Above the desk
Two 17" TFTs running 1280x1024 - an acer al1722 and an al1715. The thing in the back is a

Ti-83 calculator, 18-in-1 card reader and 3-port USB hub, 80gig seagate, icybox usb2/firewire enclosure with 120gig disk, K750i cellphone ontop of a VIM "cheat sheet", a box of CD-Rs and a box of DVD-Rs.

On top of the workstation to the left is a (defunct Sad ) netgear wlan access point, and ontop of the testbox on thje right is a ZyXEL ADSL modem/router and an 8port 100mbit switch.

Below the desk
The machines... ASUS A8N SLI Premium (for stability & passively cooled chipset, not for SLI), AMD64x2 4400/2.21GHz, 4x512MB Corsair ram, Plextor PX-716A DVD burner, liteon SHD-16P1S DVD reader, 2x160gb maxtor sata in raid/mirror + a 80gig maxtor ide for "scratch" use, GeForce6600/256 PCI-e.

The test-machine is a P2-MMX@350MHz with 64 megs of ram, usually a voodoo3 PCI (but atm "whatever" I had lying around), Intel eepro 100 (with flashable rom!), a promise fasttrack tx133 to support large drives, and two drive bays. Machine is pretty defunct at the moment, though Sad

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Image - carpe noctem
Post 16 Sep 2006, 16:08
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rugxulo



Joined: 09 Aug 2005
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rugxulo
cod3b453 wrote:
sylwek32, it's nice to know I'm not the only person who suffers from programmer's chair Laughing Very Happy


The computer stuff looks ridiculously futuristic, but the chair looks VERY uncomfortable! C'mon, hit the furniture store already. Very Happy
Post 16 Sep 2006, 17:19
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sylwek32



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sylwek32
no comment Very Happy

I got a new chair now!
Post 16 Sep 2006, 19:14
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