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Course: Intro to developing C++ (VS2010)Advanced C++ (VS2010)
Reason: i have always been interested in programination and such. In school i chose computer programing in exploring careers as it will be my career in life.i currently chose uiversity of furllinton california as my selected college heard it was the best college for this.srry if i added a bit to much info.i have many more reasons.
Last edited by EL_PACHUCO; 12-02-2010 at 11:24 PM.
Originally Posted by [TROLL]1nt3l
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Originally Posted by SeanBoBoEgan
u have too much ass to be a minion
u could probly (i would trust u)
i dont decide that though...
Originally Posted by eXaLtIc™
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Course: Delphi basics, Delphi Intermediate, Delphi Advanced, Programming Logic(1 or 2 day course)
Give the forum members some other programming knowledge besides from C++ and make them realize it doesn't matter what language you program in you can achieve the same results in just about any language, Hence the programming logic course.
close to 6 years, started vb6 2 years before moving onto Delphi 4 years and while using both these languages have messed with RCE for 6 years and have intermediate assembly knowledge from reverse engineering(Forum member for 5 years on Seek'n'Destory)
Originally Posted by Learner
Course: Advanced C++
My C++ syntax knowledge is limited
sorry for double post but I forgot to add some examples for "Teacher"
for MPGH just search my posts under my nickname, And because I haven't been on this forum very long you can check out my coding blog(hasn't been updated in awhile) to see some examples Cheesydoodle
Course: Intro to developing C++ (VS2010) and maybe others
Reason: Like another guy said, it beats sitting around with my lazy ass and playing black ops all day long. In the past, I have tried to start Visual Studio with a book that I bought. But never actually read it. It's a 2010. I'm not exactly active on Mpgh, but if it's something like this, I am. Programming have always been my interest every since I was 9. Also, if I actually become pretty good with VS. It's more than likely I'll contribute. I'm a quick learner and I can adapt to almost any kind of environment (in general). In short, I see programming a key essential in life.