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Error and a half > Everything... gone in the blink of an eye.

Posted 06 May 2011

God damn it.

I feel like I've just been robbed.

Yesterday, my portable HDD broke. I had everything (and when that's italicized, I do mean everything) on there.

Some of it was replaceable, like my music, movies, various 4chan pictures, some applications, ect. But most of it was not.

What couldn't be replaced is the hard part...

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Error and a half > C++ ruined programming for me.

Posted 02 May 2011

When I started actual programming, not web design (HTML & CSS was as far as I got at that point, PHP came in at a later date.), I started with C++. This was the worst mistake I could have ever made.

C++ ruined my outlook on programming, it was much to complicated for me, as a beginner, to get my head around. Looking back, I realize this,...

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Error and a half > Disney Adventure, a tour of a lifetime.

Posted 22 April 2011

Last thursday (4/21/11) I took one of the best tours of Walt Disney world imaginable.

Since I am a student in high school and I chose to take a survey sent out by Disney Professional Interns (

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Error and a half > My interview with a Pro.

Posted 08 April 2011

I was recently speaking with an employee (further to be called Ronald) of a company (which I am not obligated to name) about their software development practices. I've been hunting everywhere for an internship and this place wanted a interview. They had free donught holes, and it was pretty cool. I was very comfortable speaking with Ronald,...

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Error and a half > If at first you do not succeed...

Posted 31 March 2011

If at first you do not succeed, go back and write it again.

One of my biggest pet peeves is when I have to re-write my code, or some one else's, for that matter. Especially when they don't leave behind any documentation or comment their code.

I'm in a Web Design 5 Honors class at my school, and I'm basically the debugger for ...

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My Information

Member Title:
I don't care
21 years old
June 19, 1994
South Daytona, FL
Gaming and Vikings.
Full Name:
Logan Creech
Years Programming:
Programming Languages:
PHP, HTML, CSS, C++, VB.NET, Python (Started)



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    BenignDesign Icon

    30 Jan 2013 - 20:24
    "Caffeine Lounge Forum Leader - do want."
    Take a number, sunshine, for I am wanted by many.
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    AMZDeCoder Icon

    10 Nov 2011 - 09:21
    You also have PHP in ur list :)
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    AMZDeCoder Icon

    06 Nov 2011 - 09:47
    HTML is not a programming language, its markup.
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    EnvXOwner Icon

    16 Jun 2011 - 14:31
    lol, our rep is the same.
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    EnvXOwner Icon

    20 May 2011 - 08:29
    Not even close lol. I'm pretty sure if you read through my few posts on that thread. You will find out why I put it there.
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    Dogstopper Icon

    13 Apr 2011 - 16:41
    So...I didn't realize that I'm only a month older than
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    Crimson Wings Icon

    28 Feb 2011 - 16:05
    I love your musical taste.
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    gabehabe Icon

    17 Feb 2011 - 07:05 - "Your musical compatibility with Never_Pool is VERY LOW"
    This isn't true, I like most of what you have on your profile. I just like a lot more, apparently.
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    Dean_Grobler Icon

    16 Feb 2011 - 02:57
    Ahh, someone with a real taste in music. Odin's on your side LOL...
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    modi123_1 Icon

    08 Feb 2011 - 11:43
    Sure.. it satisfies the size requirements.
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    modi123_1 Icon

    04 Feb 2011 - 10:56
    Damn large sig.. 600x200? Try scaling that back to "Graphics must not exceed 400x80".
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