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are you ever satisfied with your created software/program?
yes
32%
 32%  [ 11 ]
no
67%
 67%  [ 23 ]
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rocketsoft



Joined: 26 Jan 2010
Posts: 189
rocketsoft
I have no style... that is its often spaghetti code and i am satisfied with that. On speed critical i work on it until I am satisfied (usually means perfect)
My autorouter is perfect, im considering making it multithreaded though
My autoplacer is fast-and good-enough
My assembler is fast and good -and bugfree- Smile
I feel my circuit description language (assembly-based) is -perfect-
My circuit compiler is perfect actually, and almost done
My data-base system is perfect
My random number generator is perfect
My qsort is perfect
My directsound custom sound mixer is perfect
My cooparative multitasking system is almost perfect
And im very satisfied of all the other software ive written for RASM
The cpu i am working on is very-good (not perfect)
Post 12 Nov 2010, 21:31
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sleepsleep



Joined: 05 Oct 2006
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sleepsleep
Smile wanna share? rocketsoft?
Post 16 Nov 2010, 14:36
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DarkAlchemist



Joined: 08 Oct 2010
Posts: 108
DarkAlchemist
MHajduk wrote:
I've voted 'No', because I am satisfied with my created program only that day, when I've just "finished" my work. But not the next day... Wink (this is some kind of programmer's hangover).

Regards,
M.H.
QFT!!
Post 16 Nov 2010, 16:14
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rocketsoft



Joined: 26 Jan 2010
Posts: 189
rocketsoft
sleepsleep:i have a link on my web-page where u can download everything

rocketsoft.0catch.com


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Post 18 Nov 2010, 01:02
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adroit



Joined: 21 Feb 2010
Posts: 252
adroit
I voted "no" because of the same thing Picnic said and plus, I don't think I've created any significant program that can be used by many and I'm still stuck in DOS programming.
Post 18 Nov 2010, 18:10
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Artlav



Joined: 23 Dec 2004
Posts: 188
Location: Moscow, Russia
Artlav
Yes, it happens.

You've tried many ways, found the weird bug, got it running, tested, debugged, tested some more, debugged again, some more testing here and there, playing around... And here you realize that you're playing with the damn thing! There wasn't a single bug for hours!
That kind of a rounded break-thru on projects that span many years of on-again-off-again work is a real satisfaction.
It works. The rest is details, playing with old ideas, blasting it apart and seeing it come back together. Wrapping the loose ends so there is nothing more to remove and nothing really missing.

So, yes. I can be satisfied with my creations.

As for the satisfaction wearing off with new ideas - why, adding this and that cool thing is already an entirely different story... i mean project.
It does not cancel the success of the day before.
Post 18 Nov 2010, 21:49
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