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Introduction: Student, Novice programmer

Post icon  Posted 28 March 2009 - 03:03 AM

Hello Cruel World,

I am a Computer Science major at MTSU [Middle Tennessee State University]. I am a sophomore and I need lots of help when it comes to programming. At this point, I can understand programming on a conceptual level and that is the portion that gets me most thrilled about the prospect of becoming a great programmer someday. However, the implementation gives me trouble (as it does for every, I suppose). So, that is where I am today.

Few other things:

I value collaboration much more than competition.
I feel that a positive, exuberant attitude can only help situations.
I am very interested in nature and every aspect of its cycles and processes.
I see everything that we experience, create, or use on this planet to be
natural. For if it is not supernatural, it can only be natural, right?


Anyways, I hope to find some like-minded people on here and/or some
great people who will help me find my way. Then, hopefully I can help
others as well.

_knight (<--family name)

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Re: Introduction: Student, Novice programmer

Posted 28 March 2009 - 06:48 AM

Welcome to D.I.C.! Hope we can help you in your quest to achieve greatness! :)
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Re: Introduction: Student, Novice programmer

Posted 29 March 2009 - 09:11 AM

Well i am studing Computer game develompent so you are not the only one dreaming off becoming a great programmer one day.

Back to reading i suppose ( what launage are you trying to learn i am trying to learn C++ but finind the visual elements more challaging than visual basic.
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Re: Introduction: Student, Novice programmer

Posted 30 March 2009 - 12:03 AM

View PostStephenB00001, on 29 Mar, 2009 - 08:11 AM, said:

Well i am studing Computer game develompent so you are not the only one dreaming off becoming a great programmer one day.

Back to reading i suppose ( what launage are you trying to learn i am trying to learn C++ but finind the visual elements more challaging than visual basic.



I haven't studied game development at all yet, but I have taken two courses on C++
Although, I am currently only in one Computer Science course, which is the introduction to
Assembly Language.

Are you familiar with assembly language? It is rarely used these days.

_knight
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