View Poll Results: how come ur related to programming ?

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  • professional programmer (employee)

    11 20.75%
  • studying programming in college

    10 18.87%
  • free study or in-ome study

    13 24.53%
  • just exploring about programming for fun!!

    19 35.85%

wondering about people here

This is a discussion on wondering about people here within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; Im currently a student in computer science, and I would like a career in it, although Im not sure which ...

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    Microsoft. Who? MethodMan's Avatar
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    Im currently a student in computer science, and I would like a career in it, although Im not sure which direction I want to go in yet, I enjoy webdesign, but I guess I will see what the future holds.
    -MethodMan-

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    Im astonished that the most of people voted for (programming for fun) I thought people who loves programming would like to work in the same field mostly !!!!!!!
    Programming is a high logical enjoyable art for both programer and user !!

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    Much older and wiser Fountain's Avatar
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    Hi-I am a Uni student doing computing..I am learning C++---guess what? wether I follow this line of work or not-I still do programming for fun.........................may go on to Java or even system analysis-or even design...who knows? NOT ME.
    Such is life.

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    I program for fun.......i started programing to learn hacking, but then figuered out that there was a lot to it then just hacking and i can't just read a book and become a pro hacker in a day or two. well i do code once in a while, but i can't do it now because i lost my damn compiler!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! stupid cd, now i hafta buy another one oh yeah, i'm trying to learn SQL too, but those stupid clauses! makes me so mad


    and i just had to ask this!
    mario, did u learn VB, ASP and SQL, in here(meaning earth) or back in ur planet? just curious!
    oh i'm sorry! i didn;t realize my fist was rushing to meet ur face!

    MSN :: commander_android@hotmail.com []*[]

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    Im astonished that the most of people voted for (programming for fun) I thought people who loves programming would like to work in the same field mostly !!!!!!!
    That's 'cause most of us here are teenagers. I may be programming for fun and learning on my own right now, but once I get out of high school I will go to college (probably for a software engineer degree or computer science or whatever i decide to choose that relates to programming). After that I hope to become a professional programmer...

    Well, it goes something like that for me.

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    I started out as a Network Admin who assisted with code maintenance when we had only one other developer in my office (our companies primary business is not software). When he was promoted I was bumped up to his former position though I still have some basic Admin tasks (changing server backup tapes, running cat-5 cable, installing new employees Novell client, etc.). But I'm not complaining. Versatility is a good thing! Plus I get paid more!

    Most of what I code at work is in VB (by nature of the huge beast of code that I've inheritted), which can be thoroughly boring, but I am using C++ for some of my newer projects (like a GPS Nema string decoder that plugs LAT/LONG coord's into a custom map grid).

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    on the job to stay more adaptable as an EE (almost their) but i get the most use out of it on my own.
    Man's mind once streched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions
    - Oliver Wendell Holmes

    In other words, if you teach your cat to bark (output) and eat dog food (input) that doesn't make him a dog. It would have to chase cars, chew bones, and have puppies before I'd call it Rover ;-)
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    Addicted to the Internet netboy's Avatar
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    I'm just a beginner to programming... Programming is taught in my College and I'm only in my 2nd year of my 4-year Degree course.

    Actually I'm still wondering why this site with the name "Cprogramming.com" but there are other programming languages board on this "C Board"....

    Hmm.....

    But I'm glad I found a board full of great ppl and helpful ppl!
    It's unfulfilled dreams that keep you alive.

    //netboy

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    I like to program for fun, at least now. Maybe later I will get a real job in it.
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    -Kyoto Oshiro

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