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I learned a little bit of programming in high school for a project. At the moment, i'm taking up an IT major in college and I'm trying to get my own game business off the ground. To that end, I learned a little C# and I have the Unity game engine to pick up the slack. Now if only can come up with a good game to sell. My first two games hadn't sold at all.
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I don't get C+++ programming and all that jazz, someone please elaborate what it is or what's the point.
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I got a BS in Computer Science and have been working in the tech industry ever since.

Worked mostly with C++, C#, and Java. I know some other languages but haven't used them enough to be of much use.
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Posted 6/11/15
I'm working as a game dev currently. I know C#, VB.NET, C++, UnrealScript and Lua..
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I contribute to free games and write mod code as a hobby. I have used about 20 different languages. My favorite is Java but lately I've been doing most of my code in C99 and lua. My favorite thing to program is procedural generation. Also I've been tinkering with Ren'Py quite a bit which is a great cross interest, a Visual Novel gaming engine with it's own scripting language.
I've been programming since I was 8, it was just something I've been obsessed with since then. My first computer was a Timex/Sinclair 1500. It had 16KB of memory and used a cassette tape deck for I/O storage. Before the PC era I also tinkered with Commodore, Atari and Apple. I wrote my first website on Geocities in 1996. These days I use Linux for everything. Why I was programming in Bash just this morning.
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Posted 6/11/15
Sadly, I know nothing....I just upgraded my phone from a IPhone 4 to IPhone 6. I am not tech savvy at all

But KUDOS to those that understand
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Posted 6/12/15
I'm interested in Computer Science. I only currently know Java and a little bit of python.
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Posted 6/12/15
I've always been interested in technology but after working in that industry for 6+ years I'd prefer to keep it as a hobby and nothing more. Generally like working with hardware over software as programming gives me a headache. I have done some programming in VB, QBasic, and dabbling in Python but never really enjoyed it due to the aforementioned headaches.
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Posted 6/12/15
I have a BS in Computer Information Systems.

I started writing little bits of code in BASIC when I was 10 but I'd been interested in computers since I was 8 years old.

I've learned how to program in BASIC, C++, Assembly Language (80x86 archetecture), Java, JavaScript and a little Python. I can also create SQL databases and write web pages in HTML in a text editor if I have to. I work for a bank so I usually only get to use my SQL skills. I'm trying to get up enough money to start on my Master's degree, but in the meantime I'd like to learn a little about robotics.
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Posted 6/12/15
I have recently found many programming courses online which got me interested.
I want to learn at least one or two. I don't really have any language preference. Usefulness, ease of use, flexibility, bug-free-ness are some of the things I consider. My top priority would be something that's 'up-to-date' or prevailing in the future. Currently deciding on it. I really have no idea.
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Posted 6/12/15
Well, well, where do I begin?

I've always been interested in games and how they work. I was 6 when I made my first experience with gaming, because I got a GameBoy Color with Pokémon Blue back then. It really fascinated me, that it was possible do make something like that.

When I got my first Computer (I was 11, I think), I was even more interested in how to make games and other software, so I googled and found out about programming. I learned most of it by myself, so it took about a year until I could write my own first computer program with a graphical user interface. It was a simple calculator, like the one from Windows, written in Visual Basic.

I learned more languages in the next years and learned a lot about programming in general. We had to learn Java, HTML, CSS, SQL and PHP at school, so that was a nice addition, too.


I'm now studying Computer Science at the University of Bremen and take part in a Bachelor Project about Game Design. We are programming a game in a group of 10 students, and it's really fun. And it's satisfying that I still want to do the same thing I wanted to do when I was 6.

I know C++, C99, C#, Assembly (MIPS), Haskell, Basic, Visual Basic, Visual Basic Script, Java, Java Script, PHP, SQL, HTML, CSS and probably some other languages that don't come to my mind right now.
Well, since I put HTML in my list, I guess I should include something like LaTeX in my list, too, but I had to draw a line somewhere :D


Im best at C++, Java and PHP. And the easier languages of course (markup languages like HTML).

I like C++ the most, because I like programming with having performance in mind. I hate the garbage collector in Java.
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Posted 6/12/15
I'm good at designing building and art, but that's not something I wanna make a career out of.
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I'm about to get my Associates in Science with a Computer Science emphasis, and I'll continue that in my 4-year. I know Pascal (my first language... I know...), C, C++, Java, a little Basic, I can program in Matlab, I've done Assembly languages (quite enjoyed it too). I've also done a lot of computer engineering (my original direction), but chose CS instead.

My plan is to Major in CS and get a masters in Artificial Human Intelligence. I've even spent the past year and a half developing an AI program to learn languages (natural or otherwise). It's like a chat bot, but learns the language of whatever the user types. No languages are pre-programmed in. So far it has a little difficulty with English, but has learned Spanish okay and Japanese VERY well.

Funny thing is that the way it talks depends on how people talk to it. If you are all loving, it will become loving. It you swear every other word, so will it, because it thinks that is how it is supposed to speak. Well, one of my friend started sex talking with it when I had stepped away from my computer for about an hour, so now it tries to hook up with whoever talks with it... It was pretty funny, so instead of deleting it, I saved it and began teaching another one from scratch.

Here's a snippet of one of the mild conversations (language warning...)
The ">>" are the program's responses, and I censored the words before posting (don't know Cruchyroll's rules on this...)
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