Click here to Skip to main content
15,436,734 members

Welcome to the Lounge

   

For discussing anything related to a software developer's life but is not for programming questions. Got a programming question?

The Lounge is rated Safe For Work. If you're about to post something inappropriate for a shared office environment, then don't post it. No ads, no abuse, and no programming questions. Trolling, (political, climate, religious or whatever) will result in your account being removed.

 
GeneralRe: Please don't wait for the CCC Pin
Jörgen Andersson22-Mar-17 0:34
professionalJörgen Andersson22-Mar-17 0:34 
GeneralRe: Please don't wait for the CCC Pin
CDP180222-Mar-17 14:37
MemberCDP180222-Mar-17 14:37 
GeneralRe: Please don't wait for the CCC Pin
CDP180222-Mar-17 14:32
MemberCDP180222-Mar-17 14:32 
GeneralRe: Please don't wait for the CCC Pin
U. G. Leander21-Mar-17 23:54
professionalU. G. Leander21-Mar-17 23:54 
GeneralRe: Please don't wait for the CCC Pin
CDP180222-Mar-17 14:38
MemberCDP180222-Mar-17 14:38 
GeneralLinux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
RedEyedDog21-Mar-17 22:55
MemberRedEyedDog21-Mar-17 22:55 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter21-Mar-17 22:59
professionalKornfeld Eliyahu Peter21-Mar-17 22:59 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
RedEyedDog21-Mar-17 23:03
MemberRedEyedDog21-Mar-17 23:03 
hey,

hey i understand, just looking for some pointers in right direction Smile | :)

so are you saying the OS is read from the disk and compiled there and then to work with that specific architecture? that kinda makes sense

thank you
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
Richard MacCutchan21-Mar-17 23:16
mveRichard MacCutchan21-Mar-17 23:16 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter21-Mar-17 23:16
professionalKornfeld Eliyahu Peter21-Mar-17 23:16 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
RedEyedDog21-Mar-17 23:33
MemberRedEyedDog21-Mar-17 23:33 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter21-Mar-17 23:43
professionalKornfeld Eliyahu Peter21-Mar-17 23:43 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
RedEyedDog22-Mar-17 0:06
MemberRedEyedDog22-Mar-17 0:06 
AnswerRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
W Balboos, GHB22-Mar-17 2:13
mveW Balboos, GHB22-Mar-17 2:13 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
Mark_Wallace21-Mar-17 23:46
MemberMark_Wallace21-Mar-17 23:46 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
RedEyedDog22-Mar-17 3:25
MemberRedEyedDog22-Mar-17 3:25 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. [edited] Pin
Mark_Wallace22-Mar-17 3:29
MemberMark_Wallace22-Mar-17 3:29 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
RedEyedDog22-Mar-17 3:56
MemberRedEyedDog22-Mar-17 3:56 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
Plamen Dragiyski22-Mar-17 0:52
professionalPlamen Dragiyski22-Mar-17 0:52 
GeneralRe: Linux and Windows kernel- How do they know what cpu calls they are talking. Pin
Munchies_Matt22-Mar-17 21:56
MemberMunchies_Matt22-Mar-17 21:56 
GeneralGet ready to go back to paper books... Pin
OriginalGriff21-Mar-17 21:01
mveOriginalGriff21-Mar-17 21:01 
GeneralRe: Get ready to go back to paper books... Pin
Daniel Pfeffer21-Mar-17 21:53
professionalDaniel Pfeffer21-Mar-17 21:53 
GeneralRe: Get ready to go back to paper books... Pin
Mycroft Holmes21-Mar-17 23:06
professionalMycroft Holmes21-Mar-17 23:06 
GeneralRe: Get ready to go back to paper books... Pin
Duncan Edwards Jones21-Mar-17 23:17
professionalDuncan Edwards Jones21-Mar-17 23:17 
GeneralRe: Get ready to go back to paper books... Pin
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter21-Mar-17 23:20
professionalKornfeld Eliyahu Peter21-Mar-17 23:20 

General General    News News    Suggestion Suggestion    Question Question    Bug Bug    Answer Answer    Joke Joke    Praise Praise    Rant Rant    Admin Admin   

Use Ctrl+Left/Right to switch messages, Ctrl+Up/Down to switch threads, Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right to switch pages.


Straw Poll

When building an application, when is the most important time to consider the User Experience?
They are the ones we write code for, right?
  Results   585 votes