Discussion in 'Technology Talk' started by _Hushy, Jul 23, 2016.
I can change the channel on my TV. Does that count?
I'm a computer science student. That counts
Python programmer here. Getting a Raspberry Pi for Christmas and I wanna write some small Facebook bots with the external Facebook Python API that I found.(nothing bad, just stuff to reply to friend requests since I add everyone)
I develop mostly in C# and PHP, for my work I mostly use PHP but we have several projects in C#. In my free time I like to use C++ and just build random stuff for fun :3
I can use multimedia fusion 2.5 (engine the FNAF games run in)
The three languages I am confident in:
Just to boast:
Of course, I don't use the other languages much and I'm hardly proficient at them. But I can translate code if you give me a reference sheet
Made anything interesting in Unity?
Oh boy, programming is my favorite thing to do for passing time, its currently a hobby for me though I'm hoping to have a job with it soon enough though. I currently only know Lua, bits of Python and self teaching myself C++ so I can move from the current engine I use into Unreal Engine to follow a dream in my free time. Speaking of C++, does anyone have any recommendations for a book on C++?
Unfortunately I have not much time for my hobby projects and thus a problem to keep up motivation when working on them alone. That does not keep me from starting new ones all the time. ^-^
I have a small text adventure written in my own script language with an interpreter in PHP, which is pretty much finished (although the fights still suck): gefis.storymaze.net: GEfIS
At the moment I have 2-3 active Unity projects, one being a Rommée Card game and one being an escape-the-room 3D puzzle game (see screenshots). The problem is that I have lots of ideas, but would need to clone myself to finish them all. I also have a very limited talent when it comes to produce graphics. XD
I love programming, and even though I had some classes on the topic, I mainly do it as a hobby rn. The languages that I use are Java(mainly), C++(still learning) and HTML and CSS.
Oh heeeeeell no. I never finish projects that I start.
Numerical analysis? Anyone? Or is this all games development?
I dabbled in programming with the unity engine, both with C++ and Java. Never got very far, made a silly game where you got a bag of gold for a farmer and could kill sheep.
Well I will be having java lecture next week. I liked visual c#. Maybe, maybe I will like java.
Yep I've done my fair share of numerical analysis
BASH shell script
For C++ graphical apps, I use the Fox Toolkit. Also, GTK+ for C graphical programming. BASH works nicely for intensive file manipulations. I did six BASH scripts for use with ffmpeg for doing vids.
I have a friend who knows a lot of computers. I met him at Best Buy and he helped me pick out a really good laptop for only 5K
That 5k could have bought you a monster of a desktop with a couple grand left over
But it's a really nice chrome book though
Unless you want it for nothing more than portability then you got gypped my amigo
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