What is your programming experience?

Discussion in 'polls' started by Hungry Man, Feb 16, 2012.

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What is your programming experience?

  1. No experience

    32 vote(s)
    37.2%
  2. Beginner

    24 vote(s)
    27.9%
  3. Intermediate

    19 vote(s)
    22.1%
  4. Advanced

    11 vote(s)
    12.8%
  1. Hungry Man

    Hungry Man Registered Member

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    I'm kinda curious to see what "level" everyone's at if any.

    No experience?
    Beginner?
    Intermediate?
    Advanced?

    edit: the poll didn't go through... lol :rolleyes:
     
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  2. ams963

    ams963 Registered Member

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    proud to say.... nil :argh:
     
  3. vasa1

    vasa1 Registered Member

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    Ashamed to say ... nil
     
  4. nikanthpromod

    nikanthpromod Registered Member

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    i had some experience with C and C++ .when i studied Mechanical engineering , C++ was a paper .. :ouch:
    was a tough paper;)
     
  5. crofttk

    crofttk Registered Member

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    Fortran, Basic, Visual Basic. Intermediate but way stale. Old school, engineering. LOL.:p
     
  6. chris1341

    chris1341 Guest

    I don't suppose my 'game' of a worm chasing around a maze to find a mushroom on an BBC machine in 1982 counts as programming experience :D .

    Some BASIC and what we referred to as machine code at school with Pascal (now Delphi?) and very limited COBOL in my early working days. I was basically rubbish at those anyway (other than the worm, it was brilliant!)

    So long story short - nothing of any merit or worth nowadays - complete noob on anything that remotely resembles a modern approach to the job.

    Cheers
     
  7. Rampastein

    Rampastein Registered Member

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    I began with Visual Basic .NET in 2007, then switched primarily to C# in early 2010 and I've also written a bit of C++. I've been self-studying the whole time (programming is my main hobby), since programming is mainly taught in universities which I'm too young for.

    I consider myself intermediate.
     
  8. Hungry Man

    Hungry Man Registered Member

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    Thanks LWM.
     
  9. xxJackxx

    xxJackxx Registered Member

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    I answered Advanced as I have been programing for 30 years and have held the title of Sr. Programmer at a Fortune 500 corporation. However that has been a few years and I mostly do IT work now.
     
  10. jadinolf

    jadinolf Registered Member

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    ZERO

    I'm not smart enough.
     
  11. Noob

    Noob Registered Member

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    NONE!!
    I did learn the most basic things in C++ and Visual Basic during school but guess what i forgot all of it :D
    And i used to su*k at it HAHAHA
     
  12. bellgamin

    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    Forth love if honk then
    :cool:
     
  13. carat

    carat Guest

    Pascal, C, PHP ... :doubt:
     
  14. blacknight

    blacknight Registered Member

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    No experience: I began to learn some years ago, but I found it boring; too much time before can do something interesting.
     
  15. farmerlee

    farmerlee Registered Member

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    When i was in university i dabbled in machine code, matlab, delphi, c and did some web programming with php and perl.
     
  16. pegr

    pegr Registered Member

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    I answered Advanced. I started programming 45 years ago when I was 15 and have been working professionally in IT since 1970. Programming languages I have used include: ALGOL 60, EMA, FORTRAN, COBOL, ICL PLAN, IBM BAL, Pascal, Modula-2, C, Smalltalk, Visual Basic, Oracle PL/SQL.
     
  17. Montmorency

    Montmorency Registered Member

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    None... very happy with it
     
  18. guest

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    Lets just say I am self taught,
    I won't go into details about how I learned
    but I learned some of it reading books,
    but mostly from forums over the Internet:ninja:
     
  19. safeguy

    safeguy Registered Member

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    None, Nil, zero.

    I don't have interest in programming. :D
     
  20. Tarnak

    Tarnak Registered Member

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    Zilch!
     
  21. adam993

    adam993 Registered Member

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    I can say that I'm an advanced Delphi programmer :) and I'm a beginner in C/C++.
     
  22. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    I'd say advanced ...
    Mrk
     
  23. NGRhodes

    NGRhodes Registered Member

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    Wow. I am mere beginner with my 15 years programming experience !

    Nick.
     
  24. pegr

    pegr Registered Member

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    Hi Nick,

    15 years experience sounds like a hell of a lot to me! :D

    Regards
    pegr
     
  25. x942

    x942 Guest

    Intermediate here. I don't program as much as I use the knowledge to reverse engineer. Assembly is where most of my knowledge is. But I have used:

    Java
    Basic
    Python
    C++/C#/Obj-C
    VBasic
    VC++/C#
    DarkBasic


    The codes normally messy but it works for my needs =)
     
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