Anyone into programming?

  • Ookami

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    Oct 25, 2015 5:37 AM GMT
    Would like to chat with people that do it for pleasure or proffessionally.
    You know exchange tips, annoy them with questions and that...

    HTML (outdated) PHP (Level 0 lol) and Python (Fair) here...
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    Oct 25, 2015 11:20 AM GMT
    I only know a few CSS. icon_lol.gif
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    Oct 25, 2015 7:53 PM GMT
    No programmers on this site. Apparently, everyone here is a personal trainer, a DJ, or massage therapist.
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    Oct 25, 2015 7:56 PM GMT
    xrichx saidNo programmers on this site. Apparently, everyone here is a personal trainer, a DJ, or massage therapist.

    Or male model.

    I kind of wish I knew python but I was a java programmer before I retired and we java programmers look down our noses at "scripting languages."
  • mystery905

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    Oct 26, 2015 12:57 AM GMT
    I am a programmer/analyst by profession, working for one of the Canadian banks.

    I work with mainframes, though, so legacy systems are my specialty.

    COBOL, IMS, DB2, JCL, CICS....
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    Oct 26, 2015 1:36 AM GMT
    Dude no offense but between your tank fish thread and this one.... you do are boring icon_neutral.gif
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    Oct 26, 2015 1:45 AM GMT
    xrichx saidNo programmers on this site. Apparently, everyone here is a personal trainer, a DJ, or massage therapist.

    Or a prostitute.
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    Oct 26, 2015 1:51 AM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    xrichx saidNo programmers on this site. Apparently, everyone here is a personal trainer, a DJ, or massage therapist.

    Or male model.

    I kind of wish I knew python but I was a java programmer before I retired and we java programmers look down our noses at "scripting languages."


    *high five* for Java programming. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Oct 26, 2015 2:37 AM GMT
    mystery905 saidI am a programmer/analyst by profession, working for one of the Canadian banks. I work with mainframes, though, so legacy systems are my specialty.
    COBOL, IMS, DB2, JCL, CICS....

    Do you really expect these young guys to know what any of those stand for?   icon_twisted.gif

    And what about REX (or is it REXX)?
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    Oct 26, 2015 2:39 AM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    mystery905 saidI am a programmer/analyst by profession, working for one of the Canadian banks. I work with mainframes, though, so legacy systems are my specialty.
    COBOL, IMS, DB2, JCL, CICS....

    Do you really expect any of these young guys to know what any of those stand for?   icon_twisted.gif


    I do DB2 also although it's being phased out at my work now.

    Wait, I'm not old. icon_mad.gif
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    Oct 26, 2015 2:41 AM GMT
    I've programmed but not much lately. I go all the way back to Basic, had classes in high school in Pascal, used various scripting languages for different things, had a very lucrative job at one point by knowing an obscure database language that a company needed, used Visual Basic for fixing windows annoyances on my own PC, messed with Java a little for video game modding, PHP and other web stuff as needed. Probably more that I've forgotten..

    Does OP code in his furry suit? :p

  • mystery905

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    Oct 26, 2015 2:46 AM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    mystery905 saidI am a programmer/analyst by profession, working for one of the Canadian banks. I work with mainframes, though, so legacy systems are my specialty.
    COBOL, IMS, DB2, JCL, CICS....

    Do you really expect these young guys to know what any of those stand for?   icon_twisted.gif

    And what about REX (or is it REXX)?


    Don't know REXX...

    Funny, to ensure our systems are going to be adequately supported, our bank currently has a program to train 'young' new talent all about mainframe.

    I am one of the people tasked with training one of two new recruits.

    He's cute, but too young for me icon_smile.gif

    (prefer older)
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    Oct 26, 2015 3:51 AM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    xrichx saidNo programmers on this site. Apparently, everyone here is a personal trainer, a DJ, or massage therapist.

    Or male model.

    I kind of wish I knew python but I was a java programmer before I retired and we java programmers look down our noses at "scripting languages."

    Lol. I :heart: Perl.

    Currently teaching myself Java and Python.
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    Oct 26, 2015 8:35 PM GMT
    Attending JavaOne conference this week. I am such a geek. icon_redface.gif
  • Ookami

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    Oct 26, 2015 9:52 PM GMT
    I want to go to any conference!
    Java is epic! I mean specially all the things where it can be apply! It really brings websites to life!
  • Ookami

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    Oct 26, 2015 9:54 PM GMT
    JackBoneTX saidI've programmed but not much lately. I go all the way back to Basic, had classes in high school in Pascal, used various scripting languages for different things, had a very lucrative job at one point by knowing an obscure database language that a company needed, used Visual Basic for fixing windows annoyances on my own PC, messed with Java a little for video game modding, PHP and other web stuff as needed. Probably more that I've forgotten..

    Does OP code in his furry suit? :p



    LOL *BLUSHES* I would get too "HOT" if I code in my fursuit, not to mention that I get headaches while on suit, maybe because of the heat or the lack of proper breathing lol
  • Ookami

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    Oct 26, 2015 9:57 PM GMT
    xrichx said
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    xrichx saidNo programmers on this site. Apparently, everyone here is a personal trainer, a DJ, or massage therapist.

    Or male model.

    I kind of wish I knew python but I was a java programmer before I retired and we java programmers look down our noses at "scripting languages."

    Lol. I :heart: Perl.

    Currently teaching myself Java and Python.


    Python!!!
  • Ookami

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    Oct 26, 2015 10:01 PM GMT
    VanillaIce saidI only know a few CSS. icon_lol.gif


    CSS is like the greatest thing ever when it comes to maintaining a web site IMO...
    But I don't get an idea of the "grammar" of it yet.
    Like... I'm used to Python or HTML where the order of the stuff doesn't matter.
    While I have trying CSS and if I move something after or before another... It changes.
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    Oct 27, 2015 3:13 AM GMT
    Given the name of the site, I figured someone would have posted this already.






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    I used to code in D/HTML, PHP, javascript, CSS, et cetera. I would type everything in Notepad++ which pissed some people off to no end, but I rarely had any bugs.

    This was a long time ago. About the only language that still makes sense to me is CSS.
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    Oct 27, 2015 3:27 AM GMT
    Ookami said
    VanillaIce saidI only know a few CSS. icon_lol.gif


    CSS is like the greatest thing ever when it comes to maintaining a web site IMO...
    But I don't get an idea of the "grammar" of it yet.
    Like... I'm used to Python or HTML where the order of the stuff doesn't matter.
    While I have trying CSS and if I move something after or before another... It changes.


    This I do remember.

    Brush up on "specificity hierarchy" and CSS specificity rules. Should give an idea of what to look for and work out the kinks.
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    Oct 27, 2015 5:01 AM GMT
    Ookami said
    VanillaIce saidI only know a few CSS. icon_lol.gif


    CSS is like the greatest thing ever when it comes to maintaining a web site IMO...
    But I don't get an idea of the "grammar" of it yet.
    Like... I'm used to Python or HTML where the order of the stuff doesn't matter.
    While I have trying CSS and if I move something after or before another... It changes.

    But CSS is the easiest one, so easy that the abuela can do it on her own. icon_lol.gif
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    Oct 27, 2015 9:50 PM GMT
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  • Ookami

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    Oct 28, 2015 11:14 PM GMT
    FN_R5000I said
    Ookami said
    VanillaIce saidI only know a few CSS. icon_lol.gif


    CSS is like the greatest thing ever when it comes to maintaining a web site IMO...
    But I don't get an idea of the "grammar" of it yet.
    Like... I'm used to Python or HTML where the order of the stuff doesn't matter.
    While I have trying CSS and if I move something after or before another... It changes.


    This I do remember.

    Brush up on "specificity hierarchy" and CSS specificity rules. Should give an idea of what to look for and work out the kinks.


    Thank you kindly! icon_biggrin.gif I knew there was a way to understand it, but neevr thought of it as hierarchy... It is pretty logic... I guess I'm just a bit new to it hehe...
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    Oct 29, 2015 6:02 AM GMT
    Ookami saidI want to go to any conference!
    Java is epic! I mean specially all the things where it can be apply! It really brings websites to life!


    My 1st time to a Java Conference, and it's coming to an end tomorrow. It's such a geek fest. icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

    Majority of programmers/developers/software engineers are men. I'd be in a room full of 100 people and only 5 are women. The guys are surprisingly hot and not nerdy/geeky looking at all, which can be quite distracting from the presentations. icon_redface.gificon_redface.gif
  • Ookami

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    Oct 29, 2015 7:05 AM GMT
    polfsky said
    Ookami saidI want to go to any conference!
    Java is epic! I mean specially all the things where it can be apply! It really brings websites to life!


    My 1st time to a Java Conference, and it's coming to an end tomorrow. It's such a geek fest. icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

    Majority of programmers/developers/software engineers are men. I'd be in a room full of 100 people and only 5 are women. The guys are surprisingly hot and not nerdy/geeky looking at all, which can be quite distracting from the presentations. icon_redface.gificon_redface.gif


    Well... Looking at guys... Is always pleasing, right? icon_redface.gif