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I first learned the basics of C by myself and a little help from friends, after that I learned C++ at school, php, MYSQL, and so on.

I'm a big fan of the KISS principle.

I don't like languages like java, C#, javascript, but am a big fan of python.

I still have to learn to do some good haskell.

I'm currently making a 3D game with Ogre3D and bullet with my free time. I intend to make a minimalist RPG where you can harvest different types of material and scraps, and learn to build new things for your survival and the worker you hire.

I'm also thinking about a level editor to make very big levels with the help of procedural generation. After using Enet as a networking library, I'll release my new MMOFPS and make millions of dollars. But I should maybe find a job first.

I'm also interested in maths and cryptography, but I don't master those subjects.


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asked Can somebody explain me what are lambda things in programming?
Dec
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comment How bad can it be to lack teamwork when you are a programmer?
One example: one day I read some paper called "the dark side of C++", and decided to put in some network drive in case some curious people would decide to read it. Our programming teacher commented about this paper and considered it was a good read. It doesn't matter I'm more valuable than other programmers, but it shows I can be a good source for teaching others who might not have the same curiosity as I have.
Dec
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comment How bad can it be to lack teamwork when you are a programmer?
I don't care about being a superstar or not being one, I actually don't care about that. I prefer thinking about mentality and how people think and/or prefer such or such things. It is more about opinions and knowledge of what happens in that business than something else. I don't think one programmer is better that another because one made his proofs, and I think people should just try to disregard those points.
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accepted How bad can it be to lack teamwork when you are a programmer?
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment How bad can it be to lack teamwork when you are a programmer?
Yes I already thought about this effect without knowing it had some kind of name over some scientist. At this point you never know if you are a dubitous genius or an arrogant stupid person. I don't think I'm arrogant though, but by thinking there are a lot of confusion and stupidity in this world, I don't know if this means to be arrogant. I just know I don't expressly declare being right, at least I express things by questions, so people can express their thought. When I'm told linked list are the ultimate kind of data structure, I'm skeptical, but not arrogant.
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answered To learn a new language/framework, which way is better?
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comment Worst coding standard you've ever had to follow?
I thought this code was obfuscated...
Nov
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comment Worst coding standard you've ever had to follow?
in G++ I can use 'and' 'or' etc natively...
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asked How bad can it be to lack teamwork when you are a programmer?
Nov
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comment Why is it so hard to get people to pay for software?
Secondly, concerning the price: if it's too high, people will first consider pirating it instead of buying it; and I think it's a very important point where companies lose money. The want to quickly earn money to reimburse investments, so they put an high price: if the price were lower, people would buy it (and when I say lower, I say like half, AT LEAST). They see the high price, they just think "fuck it" and pirate it, finish it, done, company just money. I can't imagine how many copies they would sell more, since it's a copied format, it's not a physical product.
Nov
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comment Why is it so hard to get people to pay for software?
The software patent laws and practices involve a lot of things that has a big effect on the price of the game. The problem when so many developers write the same code for different games is recurrent with proprietary software, is 1. it takes more time, so more waged hours 2. can't be reused as easily for other games, since it's copyrighted.
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answered Why is it so hard to get people to pay for software?
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answered What trends do you see for your profession in 30 years?
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