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Old 08-08-07, 07:03 PM   #85
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Know:

HTML
CSS

Some experience:

Javascript/AJAX
Java
C++
PHP
SQL (not a language yeah yeah)
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Old 08-09-07, 04:37 AM   #86
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English and French
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Old 08-10-07, 11:13 PM   #87
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a little update with my new job (been in it about 5-6 months now)

use daily:

bash/korn shell scripts
Pro*C (C programs with direct Oracle SQL call - my main language at the company rewriting several processes to speed them up)
PL/SQL
java (w/struts)

... and oh yeah... SQR (seems like my corporation and middle-easterners are the only people on the face of the earth that use this report language :/ probably because we have our hand in oracles back pocket )

:: a little side note, if you work at oracle, and then change jobs to work R&D or as a DBA for a corp that runs oracle, please STFU and don't talk to the devs about theorectical programming that you learned that doesn't work in production, nobody cares (we have enough egotistical oracle prodigies as it is, thanks)
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Old 08-11-07, 08:06 PM   #88
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English and French
Where's the french from?
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Old 08-19-07, 10:42 PM   #89
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English, Spanish and Visual Basic
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Old 08-21-07, 02:24 PM   #90
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No way I'm going to remember them all

Languages I've programmed in for money:

4004/6502/68000/8080/8088, etc. assembly
8 or 9 flavors of BASIC
ForTran 77 (and up)
Cobol
Pascal (too many flavors to remember)
C
C++
Modula 2
Perl
SGML
Postscript (yes, we used to code it by hand in the olden days)
Every shell script/DCL/DOS variant on 99% of OSes

Languages I've used for fun/research:
Action!
Occam
APL
LISP
Snobol
Modula 3
C#
Java
Smalltalk

Languages I program in now for money:
SQL and PL/SQL (I'm one of those ex-Oracle employees mentioned earlier November 2007 will mark my 20th year using Oracle, and it's the reason I can afford my sinfully decadent, slacker, semi-retired lifestyle )
PHP
HTML

Languages I hate:
Java
Java
Java
C++
C#
and every other "OO is the only way to do things" language
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Old 08-21-07, 04:50 PM   #91
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4004/6502/68000/8080/8088, etc. assembly
8 or 9 flavors of BASIC
ForTran 77
Cobol
Postscript
LISP
Smalltalk
And along that list you actually admit knowing BASIC. ;-)
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Old 08-23-07, 09:46 PM   #92
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No way I'm going to remember them all


Languages I hate:
Java
Java
Java
C++
C#
and every other "OO is the only way to do things" language
You are wrong about c++ there buddy.. it is multi paradigm

BTW, am i the only one in here who has messed with Prolog?
Great language to mess around with.. it's only used for AI (an "academic language"), but it's really neat - its a good one to have some fun with.
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BTW, am i the only one in here who has messed with Prolog?
Great language to mess around with.. it's only used for AI (an "academic language"), but it's really neat - its a good one to have some fun with.
I have messed around with Prolog, but I hardly know it. It's very powerful language for certain purposes, but it's not exactly suitable for stuff I usually do.
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Old 08-24-07, 06:18 PM   #94
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If you wanna do standalone app go with C or C++.
If you wanna do web go with VB.Net or C# or (JSP blah).
If you wanna support old mainframe systems go with Natural rather then COBOL.

The bottom line is JAVA sucks...but don't get me wrong...it's good to know it. It's just my opinion.

I do programming for living, and i would recommend Visual Studio 2005. Sometimes I have to jump from mainframe (COBOL) to VS 2005 and back, it makes you think...
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Dunno if I'm chimed in here or not. I know C++ (completed 2 courses), COBOL (completed 1 course) and JAVA (completed 1 course). JAVA is way better than COBOL . . . actually, ANYTHING is better than COBOL. COBOL has to be the worst language ever. The bad thing is that my new classes this semester kinda deal with COBOL in a small sense. My teachers say that COBOL is still being used like crazy . . .
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My teachers say that COBOL is still being used like crazy . . .
That might be a slight exaggeration. It's true that COBOL is still being used, and fairly heavily in some areas, but nobody's writing new stuff in it AFAIK. They're just adding on to legacy apps that they don't want to have to rewrite. I have a friend who is trying to make a COBOL backend work with a web app. Lots of fun.

Oh, and I did Prolog in school, but I'm not a huge fan of academic languages (Smalltalk...shudder). We did ML too, and although they were both interesting (and ML was a great way to brush up on my recursive thinking) I'm not in a huge hurry to use them again.
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