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09-12-2008 20:07

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Gandolf

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Mark finally posted yesterday about fixing some server yaddahunahadda stuff on the site. Too bad the forums are almost dead. Just posting to get a conversation going. What do you guys think?


-Gandolf

09-12-2008 22:19

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Jacob

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I think it's great, didn't know he was still around.
I check in pretty much every day still to see what's up, don't code in TNT anymore though...

09-18-2008 05:11

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appleide

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Same. Jacob what do you code in now?

09-18-2008 17:31

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swagIT

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Same here - what are you guys coding in now?

I am using RealBasic with the GLspritesurface and continuing with Xcode, but slowly.......

cheers

barry

09-22-2008 11:24

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Jacob

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I code web now, so HTML, Javascript, CSS, PHP, and MySQL.

Last thing I finished was this little chatbox: http://explurse.3d-portal.com/chat/

09-24-2008 08:38

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appleide

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nice chat room~~!

I use lua as my toy language when I want to do fun things, and javascript if its on the web.

but java for uni work, and assembly for some other uni work. C when I feel like it, but I rarely do now

want to learn LISP and iPhone objective-C.

09-24-2008 08:41

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appleide

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swagIT: I started with XCode after TNTBasic, I found it easier to learn programming without XCode... just using command line & SDL frameworks and programming in C. It is a bit annoying to get started, but once you do you progress very quickly; the experience is quite unlike XCode. You could always go to XCode when you're sure you know what youre doing; XCode hides too much stuff so its hard to get real understand into what is really going on.

09-24-2008 08:42

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appleide

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IMHO anyway...

09-25-2008 17:55

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swagIT

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Good advice and a Good point too!

Thanx!

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