View Poll Results: What is your sex?

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    Chicks are declared different for everyone, so for me she may
    looks like a pig, ( i know this is just bla bla, but i don't want
    to be another 1 line poster)

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    Originally posted by Travis Dane
    Smart people are usually 'ugly' people, by teen standards that is
    I'm smart, beautiful and a teenager...well, maybe not the first two.

    Merry Christmas!

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    your a girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    missles on metriods

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    Originally posted by master2000
    your a girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    occasionally

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    Originally posted by MethodMan
    And this pole has been done before.......
    Sorry if this poll is overdone or something. It was late, and another thread, "Female-oriented C++", got me thinking about the apparent scarcity of female programmers. So, I started wondering how many female programmers there were around about these parts and made a poll.

    Maybe I should have searched to see if this was done before, but it was too late for me to think that clearly.
    FAQ

    "The computer programmer is a creator of universes for which he alone is responsible. Universes of virtually unlimited complexity can be created in the form of computer programs." -- Joseph Weizenbaum.

    "If you cannot grok the overall structure of a program while taking a shower, you are not ready to code it." -- Richard Pattis.

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    Originally posted by face_master
    Yeach, just take a look at Poly's face.
    OOOO burnt! Shut up, *****, I'm a 8.4 of hotornot.com (that's a bad picture and it had to be molested in order to fit as the avatar)

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    Indeed, i mean...50 by 50 pixels???? my picture went
    inrecognizable!

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    Originally posted by DavidP
    Michelle is a female that often posts at these boards...I saw her a post a few days ago but havent seen her since then...
    Recalling a recent PM war with her..she had to go, and from what I take it, doesn't live here. She likes it, but just pops up every now and again. She's going to school and you know what that does to you.

    My OOP instructor, and IT Math teacher(who is also an OOP instructor), then finally my Computer Concetps teacher - all female(mid-aged of course, but still).
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    the reason why females, at large, don't program is because they are smart enough not to try to make sense out of computers.

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    There are a decent amount of female programmers.... There were three in my C class in HS, a bunch in VB, about 4 in AP CS.... There is also a sizeable amount in the computer science classes at my university (albeit mostly Chinese and Indian)
    C Code. C Code Run. Run Code Run... Please!

    "Love is like a blackhole, you fall into it... then you get ripped apart"

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    There is also a sizeable amount in the computer science classes at my university (albeit mostly Chinese and Indian)
    ... And they only talk to themselves?

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    I do notice that allot indians are programmers,
    Are they good at it or anything?
    Take a look at Planet Source Code , that place is crawling with indians

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    >... And they only talk to themselves?
    It depends on the person more than anything. Some have many non-Indian friends, and some dont. The chinese are usually pretty open to other races... that is if they speak english well lol.

    >Are they good at it or anything?
    lol. They usually have the highest grades.
    C Code. C Code Run. Run Code Run... Please!

    "Love is like a blackhole, you fall into it... then you get ripped apart"

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    >my picture went inrecognizable!

    haha... so you're squall lionheart eh? =)~

    >... And they only talk to themselves?

    muahaha... asians have that advantage!
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    Indian is supposed to be a wealth of good programmers. I heard from my teacher that a lot them are c'ers, and have an odd coding style.

    A lot of U.S. companies are hiring programmers from other countries to get cheap labor.

    U.S. probably isn't the best country in terms of programmers... But don't quote me on that

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