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Windows
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Intel
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Member Title:
D.I.C Head
Age:
32 years old
Birthday:
June 12, 1982
Gender:
Location:
Los Angeles, CA
Interests:
Coding, cooking, writing poetry, calling people out on their B.S., cracking jokes, women with curves/awesome personalities/pretty smiles/etc., watching what makes a person tick, intelligent people, playing MapleStory, looking around online for more programming related stuff, electronics and circuit analysis, mathematics, etc. I'm pretty much into anything, I'd like to think that I have an open mind, and I'm willing to try anything (within reason) at least once.<br /><br />When it comes to helping others with coding, I love to try to help people out, but please, if you're not specific with what you want, or if you don't put forth an effort to hone in on the details of what you wish to be helped with, don't expect me to read your mind; I will act as if you said nothing.<br /><br />While I am on the subject of helping out, one thing that bothers me most is when there are people who are new to programming, who are trying to grasp a concept, and then others try to &quot;help&quot; by showing multiple ways of doing something, or by introducing to them a topic that they're not ready for. To those people, I say stop. You're not helping. If anything, you're scaring people away from our craft. As a Computer Science tutor, who knows what it's like trying to convey programming concepts to new programmers and would-be engineers with no previous experience, I feel that this needed to be said.
Years Programming:
13
Programming Languages:
QBasic, C, C++, C#, Python, Ruby, Java, FORTRAN, Assembly (x86), Euphoria, Pascal, and currently teaching myself VB.NET (for as long as time allows)

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Private
MSN:
MSN  thepeoplescoder@live.com
Website URL:
Website URL  http://127.0.0.1/
ICQ:
ICQ  10166297

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