Programming?

by Massacre

Massacre
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11-26-2015, 11:16 AM
#34681 (1)
Okay so how many of you are coders here and which skills base you have? What text editors do you use and why?

I am bit geek nerd on this one. I have learned my way through most of the web-application programs/coding on this one.

For me it would be

1. CSS
2. HTML
3. PHP
4. Java
5. C (ty to my school for this or i would have bothered! )
6. C++ (ty to my school for this or i would have bothered! )
7. Ruby and Ruby on rails
8. Brushing up with ember currently
Back in the day i did make a few custom phpbb mods and did few freelance for VB mods etc.

Text editors which i use - Atom and Sublime text 3

What about you?
Claraviolet
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11-27-2015, 11:27 PM
#34711 (2)
I am a programmer too. I know c, c++, java(core and advanced), xml, html, c#. I have been learning angular js these days, data annotations and validations.
I use net beans and visual studio community :D
Demon_skeith
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11-29-2015, 11:09 PM
#34736 (3)
I tried the programming major at my college, did a 180 out of that into networking.

But I do know HTML, a little Js, command window script, cobol, database coding and if statements (I think thats coding)
Shole
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12-03-2015, 11:43 PM
#34767 (4)
I am only on basic php and html, but that's it from me xD

erich
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12-10-2015, 12:07 AM
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I stick with php css and html. All three are enough to keep up with. I considered learning java, but it never really interested me. I think that is my HTML website development side telling me "don't do it....page load will be too high...leave java alone" haha
Shole
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12-10-2015, 11:22 PM
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(12-10-2015, 12:07 AM)erich link Wrote: I stick with php css and html. All three are enough to keep up with. I considered learning java, but it never really interested me. I think that is my HTML website development side telling me "don't do it....page load will be too high...leave java alone" haha
Well knowing more never hurts, but I heard java is a though one to learn.

kingcool52
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12-15-2015, 01:46 PM
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I know a bit of python and visual basic. I'm pretty good with CSS and HTML as I learn't quite a bit about it whilst designing websites