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The World Of Programming and the REAL WORLD APPLICATION

Posted 06 March 2012 - 10:44 AM

hi everybody, i am just had a question about the world of programming, specifically C#
since i am still new to this world, i bought a book, and i am studying

but i was wondering about the real world application?!
in other words, if you are a professional, what kind of programs do you do at work?

i just want to get an idea about the real world application,
so i can keep that in mind when i am studying and practicing

Thanks everybody :)

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Re: The World Of Programming and the REAL WORLD APPLICATION

Posted 06 March 2012 - 10:47 AM

1) wrong sub forum

2) Just look on your computer, you see all that software available to you? Look on the internet, you see all THAT software available to you?

Yeah, that's what we make.
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Re: The World Of Programming and the REAL WORLD APPLICATION

Posted 06 March 2012 - 10:51 AM

Al of kinds of stuff depending on what company you work for/ what your job is/ what you are good at etc.

Some people do GUI's/desktop applications. Others never see GUI's and work at the framework behind a desktop application.

Some people make we based applications, others do database apps etc etc.

There really isn't one answer. You name it, somebody is doing it (of course not Hello World).

If there is demand for a program from the consumer, then it doesn't matter what it is, someone will be working on it.

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