Any other programmers?

Discussion in 'Technology Talk' started by _Hushy, Jul 23, 2016.

  1. Druky!

    Druky! New Member

    The three languages I am confident in:

    C# (Unity3D)

    Just to boast:
    Java, Python, Javascript, PHP, MySQL, Javascript, AutoHotkey

    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 :)
  2. _Hushy

    _Hushy Socially uncomfortable, verbally clumsy~

    Made anything interesting in Unity? :D
  3. Blu Dragon

    Blu Dragon Pending Deletion

    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++?
  4. xinacs

    xinacs New Member

    I am a fellow programmer, coding mainly in Java for my job. I've also coded in Javascript, PHP, C++, C#, Visual Basic, Ruby Script (the one from RPG Maker), but in the end you only need to learn one language. With some experience you can pretty easily adapt to any other language.
    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
    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

  5. Sarachaga

    Sarachaga Fromage!

    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.
  6. Druky!

    Druky! New Member

    Oh heeeeeell no. I never finish projects that I start.
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  7. Rykhoteth


    Numerical analysis? Anyone? Or is this all games development?
  8. Khazius

    Khazius The Fruit Bat

    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.
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  9. Martin2W

    Martin2W Tombstone The Huggable Sergal

    Well I will be having java lecture next week. I liked visual c#. Maybe, maybe I will like java.
  10. Sarachaga

    Sarachaga Fromage!

    Yep I've done my fair share of numerical analysis
  11. x_eleven

    x_eleven Member

    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.
  12. Alex K

    Alex K Guest

    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
  13. Sergei Sóhomo

    Sergei Sóhomo Well-Known Member

    That 5k could have bought you a monster of a desktop with a couple grand left over
  14. Alex K

    Alex K Guest

    But it's a really nice chrome book though
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  15. Sergei Sóhomo

    Sergei Sóhomo Well-Known Member

    Unless you want it for nothing more than portability then you got gypped my amigo
  16. Alex K

    Alex K Guest

    But chromes provide a more well-rounded experience
  17. Sergei Sóhomo

    Sergei Sóhomo Well-Known Member

    Still not worth the price as a laptop, unless price doesn't matter
  18. Alex K

    Alex K Guest

    But Chromes have a lil slot in them that you can use to plug in a charger and even a device that carries data on it
  19. Sergei Sóhomo

    Sergei Sóhomo Well-Known Member

    Yes, all laptops have USB and flashcard readers
  20. _Hushy

    _Hushy Socially uncomfortable, verbally clumsy~

    Just give up, he's lost beyond hope.
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  21. Alex K

    Alex K Guest

    Well the Chromes have chrome on them

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