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    Do you learn any programming languages?
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    Yes, C and Java. I think R lectures start next week so I might brush up on that.
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    Do u know small basic


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    (Original post by Cpt. Josh)
    I am relatively "fluent" in about 7 languages although all I ever really use is C#, I started out in Java (as in Java, not JS) but my favourite language is C#. I also hate C++ with a passion because it makes networking ridiculously overcomplicated.
    What do you class as relatively fluent?
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    (Original post by Cpt. Josh)
    I have around 7 years experience and I would class myself as somewhat of an expert (without trying to sound arrogant).
    lol
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    i know my way around Java
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    About to start learning C.
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    (Original post by Cpt. Josh)
    Basically I meant I have a good grasp of and can do most things in those languages, but there are some areas which I just haven't explored yet (apart from in C# and C++, I have around 7 years experience and I would class myself as somewhat of an expert without trying to sound arrogant). I run a game development studio and we recently signed a publishing contract with Steam, our flagship title is being released within the next few days.
    I've heard of people making senior positions with less experience, so I wouldn't call it arrogant! I'm guessing you use Unity? What's the title?
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    Java, Haskell and Pascal

    The last two are utter crap...
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    I have done Matlab in the past.
    This year some LabView and now doing C/C++
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    (Original post by UWS)
    Java, Haskell and Pascal

    The last two are utter crap...
    What's wrong with Haskell? *pulls out pitchfork*
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    (Original post by Jooooshy)
    What's wrong with Haskell? *pulls out pitchfork*
    It's just so boring and I hated it. I know it's used in industry but it's not for me lol
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    (Original post by UWS)
    It's just so boring and I hated it. I know it's used in industry but it's not for me lol
    Fair enough! It's barely used in industry, if that makes you feel any better
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    (Original post by UWS)
    Java, Haskell and Pascal

    The last two are utter crap...
    Hahaha I know that feeling, Pascal was the first language I learnt and it's so outdated.
    You know during the Y2K scare, they had to bring back Pascal programmers from retirement to ensure nothing would go wrong? That's right, there were Pascal programmers retired before the turn of the millennia :rofl:

    At least I'm learning something useful now, C++ is life
 
 
 
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