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I missed you all. I'm back for more craziness....

I was in the Web -developing/programming industry.
My head is full of JavaScript, PHP and SQL at the moment.So forgive me.
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Post 12 Apr 2013, 17:39
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aahh. Thank you
Post 12 Apr 2013, 17:46
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I'm back too Very Happy Switched to Linux C/C++ programming and PE reverse engineering Sad
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Post 12 Apr 2013, 18:09
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Overflowz wrote:
I'm back too Very Happy Switched to Linux C/C++ programming and PE reverse engineering Sad

Yeah. Last time I saw you was on that hacking board O****.

So you learned C/C++ huh?

I don't even have the urge to do desktop programming anymore. I'm now into Android programming and web (app) design/development. It's ok for me I guess.
Post 12 Apr 2013, 20:15
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typedef, what type of sql you use?
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hanjin,

def type, for sure! Wink
Post 13 Apr 2013, 02:43
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hanjin wrote:
typedef, what type of sql you use?


If you mean dialect then I use MySQL.
Post 13 Apr 2013, 09:08
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baldr,

I'm sorry baldr for my english grammar. Wink

typedef,

thanks typedef Wink
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hanjin,

That's nothing to be sorry about, it was kinda insidious joke (I hope typedef survived it Wink).
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Thanks, wish you same too Smile
typedef
Bad that I can't do any design work.. For now, I'm desktop programmer, using Qt (I hate .NET) & security researcher (fighting against malware). I want to switch iOS and Android programming as soon as I can, but I don't have enough "equipments" to develop things on Sad
By the way, I understand Objective-C and Java basics, so it won't be hard to switch on them IMO. Good luck anyways, I'm having really short free time so, I'm replying when I can Smile
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Overflowz wrote:
I want to switch iOS and Android programming as soon as I can, but I don't have enough "equipments" to develop things on Sad


Well, if you know some C#, then you can write Android/iOS apps
Xamarin.Android
Xamarin.iOS

Compared to Java or Objective-C, I think C# is a nicer language.
Mind you. It's kinda pricey.

Heheh...
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TmX wrote:
Overflowz wrote:
I want to switch iOS and Android programming as soon as I can, but I don't have enough "equipments" to develop things on Sad


Well, if you know some C#, then you can write Android/iOS apps
Xamarin.Android
Xamarin.iOS

Compared to Java or Objective-C, I think C# is a nicer language.
Mind you. It's kinda pricey.

Heheh...


Yeah.I tried these things. They're good but I like direct native code.
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native code is the best. btw:
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I'm desktop programmer, using Qt (I hate .NET)

My friend had xamarin license, but I really hate .NET Sad
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Post 19 Apr 2013, 14:02
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True Wink I'd prefer to work hard and make faster, native applications.
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Why hate .NET? it's almost so fast as C++ language! and have the Microsoft Visual Studio feature. QT is horrible and slow. Gtkbuilder suck. Who make good R&D by using such tools? also,it's very nice to do some job without loss much of your time,ie,R&D. And Mono is fastest than much compiled languages on Unix systems.

Remember: I'm comparing to C++ not Assembly!
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HaHaAnonymous,Microsoft made J# programming language,it is,IMHO,the worst thing Microsoft has created.
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