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I'm a computer geek, a programmer, love travelling and seek perfection. Enjoys good music, avid movie fan & a food and cocktail lover.

Proficient in Java, C++, HTML5/CSS, Javascript, Scala, XML, and about 4 more computer languages. Excellent Android & BlackBerry 10 developer, learning iOS development.

Speaks 3 human languages (English, Sinhala, Spanish) and learning 5 more (German, Dutch, Italian, Russian & Swedish).

2-time IOI (International Olympiad in Informatics) participant, 2012 Oracle ThinkQuest runner-up, 3-time NSSC (National School Software Competition) medalist and 2013 IT Mastermind runner-up.

(TLDR; I know a lot of languages, program a lot, and won a lot of awards and medals).

Find me on Twitter: @roshnal15

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accepted Need help with clarifying the design of an Android game
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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
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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?
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asked Need help with clarifying the design of an Android game
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comment Drag and drop application design
That was really helpful! Thanks a lot.. :) Now got a good idea about the model..
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accepted Drag and drop application design
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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.
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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. :)
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asked Drag and drop application design
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awarded  Peer Pressure
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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?
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accepted What are all these license types for applications?
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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?
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asked What are all these license types for applications?
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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..
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accepted What is the starting point for Ubuntu app development?
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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.
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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..