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    Default Weekly Tutorials

    If this area of the forum gets enough interest, I will be doing weekly Programming/Software tutorials. It can be anything, I will hold a poll on fridays, count votes either friday night or Saturday morning, and have the Tutorial up on Monday at the latest. It can be programming tips, language tutorials, help with a certain issue or even things like which editor i prefer or what i do to relax/focus while programming. Anything goes and it's up to you. If this seems like something everybody would be interested in then by all means I wil contribute and hold my end of the bargain. Knowledge is power.
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    Default Re: Weekly Tutorials

    Sound's good Alex.

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    Default Re: Weekly Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by Shell_Shock View Post
    If this area of the forum gets enough interest, I will be doing weekly Programming/Software tutorials. It can be anything, I will hold a poll on fridays, count votes either friday night or Saturday morning, and have the Tutorial up on Monday at the latest. It can be programming tips, language tutorials, help with a certain issue or even things like which editor i prefer or what i do to relax/focus while programming. Anything goes and it's up to you. If this seems like something everybody would be interested in then by all means I wil contribute and hold my end of the bargain. Knowledge is power.
    It does or doesnt get enough interest? lol

    Seriously this is a great idea. I look forward to seeing you work. Teach me how to hack the lotto system so I can win some freaking money!
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    Default Re: Weekly Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    ....Teach me how to hack the lotto system so I can win some freaking money!
    No, no, no, don't cheat Sandy.
    PS. Seriously, also think it is a good idea... I meant programming tutorials.

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    Default Re: Weekly Tutorials

    man i used to love my programming when i was at college most programing courses were on the mainframes the languages we used cobol pascal and some c , the final exams on cobol was to write a specific cobol program debub it and compile it for the final result.you were graded on the programs efficiency the neatness of your code and the notes in the code explaining what each in the code did makes for easier debugging

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    Default Re: Weekly Tutorials

    Me too, my favorite (in that time), was Fortran77 (lahey), Turbo Pascal and Borlamd C/C++ (DOS).

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    Do they even teach code anymore???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob2701 View Post
    Do they even teach code anymore???
    In High School, Not often enough. And as far as i know you need Computer related degrees in College to learn Programming. I Will definitely do the tutorials, and if i could hack the lotto system i would be retired already lol
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