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location Colombo, Sri Lanka
age 18
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seen May 30 '12 at 16:42

I'm an avid programming enthusiast and developer and I'm Oracle certified on Java SE & ME (OCJP and OCMAD). Also proficient in Python and VB. Hates but uses UML a lot. Kinda great on C++ development. And just started and doing well on QML Cascades.

I'm a huge fan of BlackBerry 10 and have submitted 6 apps (most of 'em native) for BB10 (Roshnal Lihinikadu - BlackBerry World) and currently developing a lot more.

Also I'm a seasoned Android developer (Cuibono Studios) & also develop for Ubuntu (Sukaro).

As for non-technological things, I love books, movies and music videos a lot. Hates sports.

Me on twitter: @roshnal15

Foursquare: Roshnal Lihinikadu


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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
17
accepted Need help with clarifying the design of an Android game
Feb
17
comment Need help with clarifying the design of an Android game
Thanks a lot for your answer! It was really informative and helpful.. :) Now got a real clear idea of the design!
Feb
17
comment Need help with clarifying the design of an Android game
@Bernard Can you please post your comment as an Answer with some more details?
Feb
17
asked Need help with clarifying the design of an Android game
Dec
22
comment Drag and drop application design
That was really helpful! Thanks a lot.. :) Now got a good idea about the model..
Dec
22
accepted Drag and drop application design
Dec
21
comment Drag and drop application design
@YannisRizos So if I ask the same question on SO, I wouldn't be voted down right? And yeah I agree with you on that native-library thing.
Dec
21
comment Drag and drop application design
@YannisRizos Saw FreeMind. Yes it would be something like that but simpler. I'm looking for an algorithm and the best flow to develop it. And I added that "I'm making this for Linux" part because I thought that I would have to use native Windows libraries or something like that. :)
Dec
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asked Drag and drop application design
Dec
17
awarded  Peer Pressure
Dec
17
comment What are all these license types for applications?
I think I'll go with GitHub.. So its something like I start a project and upload the source to GitHub, then I publish my completed application to Ubuntu Software Center, and other users may contribute to my project via GitHub. And time-to-time, I'll release those updates to the Ubuntu Software Center?
Dec
16
accepted What are all these license types for applications?
Dec
16
comment What are all these license types for applications?
That was one of the best explanations I ever saw! Thanks a lot! I plan on using GPL license for my free applications. But how and where can I release my source code? And how will it affect me?
Dec
16
asked What are all these license types for applications?
Dec
15
comment What is the starting point for Ubuntu app development?
Thanks a lot for the links. I figure that Quickly is the way to go for me..
Dec
15
accepted What is the starting point for Ubuntu app development?
Dec
15
comment What is the starting point for Ubuntu app development?
Thanks for pointers, but I am trying to keep away from C as much as possible :) So any other advice? BTW, I have updated my question.
Dec
15
comment What is the starting point for Ubuntu app development?
I have edited my question. Thanks for the tips! But please see the question again..
Dec
15
revised What is the starting point for Ubuntu app development?
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