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evilghost
12-23-06, 08:38 PM
Figure we could get this out in the air to help anyone with questions/etc. Basically, post any programming/scripting languages you are competent in.

I am proficient/fluent in:
SQL/T-SQL (Microsoft SQL/mySQL)
Perl
PHP
ASP/VBScript/VB6
Bash
NT Batch
Kixtart
HTML/Java Script/DHTML/CSS
Basic/TI Basic

I am a beginner in:
C/C++

I would like to learn:
Python
C/C++

I don't care to learn:
Java
.NET/C#

superklye
12-23-06, 09:21 PM
XHTML
CSS
XML

Those three are my forte. I code in notepad at work just because I can. :D

I'm getting a lot better with:
JavaScript
VB.NET
C#.NET
ASP.NET
SQL/MySQL
PHP
AJAX (not really a language, but the technology as a whole)

Zelda_fan
12-23-06, 09:50 PM
I used to write software a long time ago.

I'm proficient (as in I developed commercial applications) in C/C++, HTML, and Visual Basic.

I also know FORTRAN, just about every variation of BASIC, and java as well.

a12ctic
12-23-06, 10:17 PM
perl, python, and bash are the only ones that ive really learned.

CaptNKILL
12-23-06, 10:37 PM
English

Marvel_us
12-23-06, 11:12 PM
Learned a bit of C/C++ last semester and learned/still learning Java.

Clay
12-23-06, 11:29 PM
Interpreted/Markup:

- ASP.NET
- Classic ASP
- JavaScript
- HTML
- CSS
- XML
- VBScript
- VBA

Compiled:
- C#
- VB.NET
- T-SQL

Tinkered with:
- Ruby
- Python
- Perl
- Java
- Haskell

Older/no longer use:
- VFP/dBase
- Delphi/Pascal
- Basic

Roadhog
12-23-06, 11:52 PM
i know..

l33t
1337
english

but yeah.. only thing i have limited knowledge in is HTML lol

crainger
12-23-06, 11:54 PM
English

:rofl

Homer: "If I could just say a few words I'd be a better public speaker"

Bart: :udawg:

For me C++, SQL and ASP with enough of HTML to get me by.

Banko
12-24-06, 01:11 AM
Proficient in:

Java
PHP
VB
C#

Can do most things in:

C/C++

Currently Learning:

JSP, Delphi, Python.

hirantha
12-24-06, 01:16 AM
I know how to whisper PC hardware thatís all. so that makes me a PC hardware Whisperer (xmasgrin)

Subtestube
12-24-06, 02:18 AM
I professionally use C++ and Lua.

I learned C and Java at Uni and consider myself proficient enough in them to get by.

I've used the pain that is Prolog.

I've dabbled in Python.

I plan to learn C#, but programming professionally has taken the bite out of my free time programming.

superklye
12-24-06, 03:03 AM
If you know C++, learning C# isn't going to be too difficult for you. :)

Capt. Picard
12-24-06, 03:30 AM
I know how to whisper PC hardware thatís all. so that makes me a PC hardware Whisperer (xmasgrin)

You can only be called a hardware whisperer it it works. (xmasgrin)

crainger
12-24-06, 03:46 AM
You can only be called a hardware whisperer it it works. (xmasgrin)

Bigman is is catching.

oc2k1
12-24-06, 06:59 AM
It's easy to learn a new programming language in a day or two, but then you can't use it because you don't know any libraries. I think it would be better to add the libraries and other knowlege to the list:

C/C++ (OpenGL, QT, SDL, MySQL, network , Scriptinterpreter: QSA and Spidermonkey (Both ECMA))
ECMA-Script (I like it more then Lua, because JS syntax is more similar to C/C++)
GLSL
PHP (HTML, MySQL...)
Python (For writing exporters in Blender or smal tools)

ViN86
12-24-06, 10:46 AM
i know C - worked with it at school. never got into C++.

however for work i have been working with spreadsheets and what not and have learned quite a bit about Visual Basic as well as VBA (for macros).

just started working with SQL/T-SQL and ASP.NET to design a web app for file transfer for the place i work.

yea im a noob, but thats why i wanted this forum :D

Imbroglio
12-28-06, 10:18 PM
proficcient in:
c/c++
html/xml/css
mips/tmips/ibm assembly (wrote compilers for tmips/mips)

have used:
c#
java/js
bash/ksh scripting
lisp
scheme
prologue (?sp)

also used lex to parse web pages for a software engineering class, was actually quite fun, made a program to scan web-sites for out dated links and errors in pages.

|MaguS|
12-28-06, 11:27 PM
Im fluent in...
C/C++
.Net
Java
HTML
XML
Assembly (I would say im a step below the others in this though)

I know but would like to get better in...
PHP
SQL/MySQL
Python
GLSL
Cg

I can code in DirectX/3D and OpenGL aswell but they are API so I will just make this note. :o

superklye
12-29-06, 12:33 AM
The more I use it, the more I fall absolutely in love with XML/XSLT. It's so awesome and so freakin' powerful!

Uberpwnage
12-29-06, 07:22 AM
I took a class in C++ the last year, I dont remember much of it tho :( cuz I never use it.

as far as spoken languages, English and Spanish.

then theres 1337 (xmasgrin)

jnd3
01-02-07, 10:31 AM
Most of my programming has been at the firmware level, so I'm much more proficient in the lower-level languages. I've since switched to the application side, so I've gotten to cut my teeth on Java a bit. And I started learning ObjC when I got the Mac, though I've gotten sidetracked on it of late.

Beginner:
Objective C (for Mac OS X programming)
Perl (old Perl 4 stuff, I haven't kept up with newer versions)
Japanese

Intermediate:
Java (1.4 and 1.5)
C++
German

Advanced:
C
Assembly (PowerPC)
English

DiscipleDOC
01-02-07, 11:29 AM
Does Ebonics and L33T 5p34K count?

CaptNKILL
01-02-07, 01:47 PM
Does Ebonics and L33T 5p34K count?
Ebonics :lol2:

DiscipleDOC
01-02-07, 02:56 PM
Ebonics :lol2:
For real. When I talk to some of the guys I play ball with, I feel like I've stepped into another country.