I've been wondering about this for a while now. It seems to me as if the "programmers" of this forum, and others like it, no longer are interested in creating and exploring software for the pure intellectual curiosity, pursuit of knowledge, and thrill it brings. Yes, it's not easy work, but, what greater reward can a programmer expect than to see people use their creations? Is it money? Is it fame? On the contrary, It is my believe that the true master and the true student, both being one and the same, are seeking neither, but only to satisfy a deep desire for truth and understanding of those oftentimes vexating puzzles that encompass computer science. I challenge those who may care enough here to overthrow the status quo and not just to code, but to code with a purpose greater than self interest, to share freely with everyone willing to learn. My point is not to pump you up into submitting all your finished projects, but to share knowledge on things such as source codes, tools (ex. OllyDbg, Runasdate, W32Dasm, hiew670, HO2K, Sub7, Netbus, etc.), or other paraphernalia. I'm new to this site, have been working on some projects I think many will enjoy once released. If any interested in sharing ideas, i'll be more than glad to share some of mine.
PS: Thank you to all those who inspired me here, by seeing what your capable of doing, keep up the awesome work.
Well I hope you share your ideas and your projects with us.! and also Welcome to our family the great MPGH.!
Quote Originally Posted by Riddick
I am just making sure this section is free from scammers, so if you don't like what we do here, you know what you can do. I don't care about your flags or whatever or wherever you come from... meh
You have eveything you need to be able learn, the only thing you need to know is the subject that you are going to search on Google.
Even familiar landscapes will
reveal a different kind of beauty
if you change your viewpoint.
Where these new encounters
and new bonds will lead you...
Such dazzling golden days.
I, too, look forward to
what I might behold.