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Do you know a computer language?
#11
I know Visual Basic (.NET), XHTML, and SQL. I'm trying to teach myself PHP, but it's not going so well.
"You must be the change you wish to see in the world." - Mahatma Gandhi
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#12
Visual Basic, VBA, Visual Basic .Net, Pascal, C#, some VBScript and Java Script, Basic, HTML, Transact (SQL)
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#13
Learning Python.
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#14
I've taken classes in Java, C++, and Assembly, and have used Bash, Korn, PowerCLI, Powershell, Perl (my favorite!), SQL, and HTML on the job.
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#15
Trying to study Java programming at university, but I suck so hard at it, I'll probably fail the course. (If anyone here are competent with Java and have the patience to help a simpleton, please don't hesitate to get in touch, either here or on PM. Really. I'm dead serious. I need SO much help, and I need it yesterday.)
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#16
Ok first of all, programming isn't about knowing a language, it's about knowing structure, capabilities, best practices and how too implement them in a useful and efficient way, knowing the language helps with that efficiency greatly though! modern design in programming is heavily fragmented, whether it be in libraries, codepages/files or classes, oversight and structuring your workspace is key because of that and it can realy only be gained by experience!

So I work with ASP.NET on a daily basis and focus mainly (or exclusivly) on the techniques I need for that, here's the list;
  • C# (C-Sharp for the non programmers)
  • T-SQL (Transact Structured Query Language)
  • JavaScript
  • HTML / HTML5
  • CSS / SCSS
  • XML
Not actuall languages but very important extension sets.
  • LINQ / LINQ to SQL 
  • JSON 
  • JQuery
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#17
I wish I would know, it seems really cool. Smile
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#18
Fortran, Pascal, Modula-2, C++, BASIC, BASH scripting, Javascript, VB, Assembler.
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#19
(10-30-2016, 07:09 AM)lonelyfairy Wrote: I wish I would know, it seems really cool. Smile

You could buy an inexpensive Raspberry PI as illustrated here: Wikipedia

You can build on them since several generations of Raspberry Pis have been produced, so you will get to learn basic computer science and enjoying your time. My granddaughter has enjoyed much fun with her's.
You have to grab the moment, or it will be gone in a twinkling. Gone forever like childrens' laughter. Lost - like tears in rain.
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