Recruiting members for game development organization(part II)

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    Recruiting members for game development organization(part II)

    Hello, my name is Ruflano and I'm 16. I was/am studying C++ since I was 14. I know some functions such as cout and stuff like that. I am currently making a project containing all of the functions I know(arrays, variable storage, strings, loops, random number, text color, recieving user input). When I grow up I want to be a game designer. I'm learning a little bit of C++ to make me more "employable" in the gaming industry. I have decided to form this game development organization. It will consist of rookie C++ programmers, veteran programmers, and some designers(who own programs such as Adobe workshop or anything like that). Though I want more rookies in the team than veterans. I want veterans in the team to act more as "teachers". The purpose of the group is for all rookies to learn new things together. So that all(people in the group) of our knowledge expands together. This could be a great learning experience. C++ is a difficult language to learn. I am working on the group's name right now. If you're interested in joining this organization e-mail me at Ruflano@hotmail.com

    please be sure to include:
    Name(nickname could be included):
    E-mail Address:
    AOL SN:
    Homepage:
    *Position Wanted:
    **Experience Level:
    *Here are the positions available.

    Co-Admin: Co-leader of the group. You could help me recruit some members. Knowledge of C++ isn't required for this group.

    C++ Novice Team(students): One of the many rookies I expect to join this group. Minimum knowledge of C++ is required.

    C++ Veteran(teachers): You'll be acting like a teacher. Or a C++ Mentor.

    Designers(students): Newbie game designers/computer artist are what fill up this area.

    Designers(teachers): You will be teaching the designer students how to properly do stuff.....

    **Here are the experience levels:
    1: Knows a few C++ functions.
    2: Knows enough to make a good program.
    3: Knows enough to be teacher.
    4: Knows enough to make a game.
    Last edited by Ruflano; 03-02-2002 at 11:55 AM.

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    To view the file you have to type in:

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    then when its fully loaded add Outlawz.log to the end, next time make it a .html file man

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    hey yo

    my apoligies to the mods for making the third topic. I could find this topic, that was the reason why I made it the third time. It will never happen again though.

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    ah what the heck I might learn something from this....count me in...... AIM elchulomatatan
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    Sounds fun, what genre do you have in mind?

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    Sounds fun...i guess i'll give it a try...
    But there's one problem...
    I can't access internet on my PC...
    dunno why...should have formatted it long ago.
    Anyways, until i get my new computer (Should be in the end of this month)
    I'll have to use a MAC. Baaaaaad stuff.
    And since i have compiler and everything on the PC I'll have to transfer files and stuff on floppy discs.
    Oh well... I'm probably a level 2 thingie.
    I'm not a vet but i can make a prog.
    btw. I'm 13 and from sweden.

    Name: Daniel "ErionD" Björklund
    E-mail Address: erionderiond@hotmail.com
    AOL SN: nope
    ICQ: 83379367
    Homepage: zip.to/eriond but its really old and its in swedish so i wouldn't recommend it =)
    *Position Wanted: C++ Novice
    **Experience Level: 2
    Last edited by ErionD; 03-02-2002 at 01:19 PM.

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    ok

    you have to e-mail me man. Don't post the form response in here

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    yo

    For those of you who are worrying about not having an AOL SN. No need to fear. You could post at our forums.

    http://pub9.ezboard.com/bghostempire

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    well hey i just uninstalled my tactical and unreal tournament so right now i'm focusing on programming and no more gamming for me for a while. and here to help you all out =)

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    ok, sounds cool. I like the way you think. Less game playing and more game making

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    i dunno if i can hold up. so far its been 2 days since i uninstalled. i have more free time to finish my homework and school projects but after i finished those. its just a few hours of c++ learning. half the tutorials i get even work on my compiler(devcpp). but hey i'm still learning i guess theres no end to what you can do under this language is there? =)

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    I suggest focusing more time on your school work. C++ isn't worth it man. It isn't worth it to sacrifice your grades just to learn this.

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    stop bumping your posts!

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    I'm not the one doing the bumping <real name edited by Govtcheez - that's not cool, Ruflano>, someone replied to this topic. Don't playa hate man.

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    You can call your organisation U.R.G. short for United Rookie Gameprogrammers.

    Happy coding to you lot! And remember: Safety first! Don't forget to check your pointers!

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