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Hi Everybody! Here's a little bit about me

Posted 02 July 2009 - 11:19 AM

First off, I would like to say thanks to the founders for allowing open membership to this great resource of a website. I have come across many posts on the forums which have helped me solve programming issues when I was starting to learn C++.

A little about me:
I am an advanced beginner when it comes to programming, and advanced in graphics design with the Adobe family and GIMP. Although, I am a beginner with Flash. I am great with OS's and Office suites as I have a B.S. in Business Administration with majors in Management and Information Systems (MGIS) and Information Systems Management (ISMG). I am half way through a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering program. I am very familiar with *nix and Mac OS, all variants of Windows back to 3.1 & NT 4.

The languages that I am familiar with or learning:
I am most proficient in C++, and I know the fundamentals of C, and I am learning Visual C++ and how to use the MFC libs. I am also learning Qt, and I am working on a C++ Qt4 app for the management of Type 1 Juvenile on-set Diabetes. I have written Pseudocode, designed the UI, and created v1.0.0a which lacks some of the robust features I am implementing. So now I'm working on the class libraries to do the heavy lifting. After v0.5.0 is finished I will be starting a blog, and working with beta testers.

I am beginner at Java, Javascript, PHP and CSS.
I am a little better with Unix shell scripting, source code patching, and HTML tagging.

Thanks all for listening, I'll be around, asking questions and answering what I can!

JB Dynamics

I run Windows Server 2008 x64 on my server/VM workstation with Hyper V images of Vista Ultimate x64, Windows 7 x64, Kubuntu-desktop AMD64, Ubuntu-server AMD64, openSUSE x86_64, & Mac OSX Leopard. It's powered by a Core i7 Extreme 975 with Coolermaster UV10 TEC CPU cooler with dual PWM fan and 16GB PC3-14400 v2 heatpipes and 2 high-rev fans on an eATX moboard. It boasts 3TB SATA-3 and a RAID 5 config, 1TB RAID 1 eSATA, 500GB Firewire 800, and 500, 320, & 160 GB USB2.0, and a 500GB RAID1 1000MBPS NAS. 2x GeForce GTX295 1792MB DDR3-2000 with 4x independent HP 2408h 24" HDMI LCD's. PC-P&C Turbo Cool 1200w and Lian Li PC-A77 Extreme Water Cooled tower with 2x 120mm Intake 1500rpm & 2x 120mm exhaust 1500rpm fans. Blueray+-RW DVD+-RW, and 2x DVD/CD+-RW with Lightscribe, 2 GB Intel TurboRAM, Multicard reader, 5x USB 2.0 tower ports and 4x4-port USB2.0 hubs, 2x Fireware 800, 1x eSATA, 7.1 stereo card and logitech 7.1 system, and WinTV HVR-1800.

Portable Workstation: Asus G71V-Q1: QX9300 2.53 Intel Core 2 Extreme Mobile Processor 12MB L2 cache 1066MHz FSB w/ v6 heat pipes & high rev fan - overclocked 10%, with a ICH10-R, 2 step external CPU Cooler, and 17" Cooling Pad w/ outward-horizontal ventillation 8GB DDR3-1066, 1TB 7200 RPM SATA-II RAID-1 HDDs, 2GB Intel TurboRAM, NVidia GTS-260M 1GB-DDR5, 32GB Class 6 SDHC Linux SWAP, 16GB Class 6 SDHC Extreme Windows Turbo Boost, 17" 1920x1200 HD WUSXGA+Dual Lamp LCD, QWERTY+10 Key, Lightscribe Blueray ROM & DVD/CD+-RW drive. Sprint AC595U Mobile broadband 2x hub = 4x USB 2.0+ 4 port USB 2.0 hub. Vista Ultimate x64, Win7 x64, Kubuntu AMD64, & OS X 10.5.6;)

Others: Latitude XT 3GB-DDR2-800 Tablet-PC, HP m9260f tower 8GB-DDR2-1066 1TB RAID-1, Toshiba Tecra M5 2GB DDR667 Tablet-PC.

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Re: Hi Everybody! Here's a little bit about me

Posted 02 July 2009 - 11:20 AM

Welcome to Dream.In.Code

Thanks for joining Dream.In.Code, hope to see you around the forums someday :)

You have just stepped into the greatest programming community on the Internet, we have experts for just about every mainstream language, and even some languages that aren't so mainstream, so the level of expertise is second to none. All will be more than willing to help, as long as you too are willing to put forth the effort to solve your problem, and to go along the road to becoming a better programmer smile.gif

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Posted 03 July 2009 - 03:25 PM

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