Programmers getting lazy?

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    Lazy people are everywhere, in every occupation - it's not limited to programming. And I sincerely doubt that people ask questions because they grew up using Klik and Play or anything - some people are just lazy - accept that.

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    Originally posted by Eibro
    I read the first post, and all I have to say is: Don't worry about it.
    Honestly, why would you care if someone wants to use a game maker to create games while you're using a real programming language?
    Ofcourse i wouldn't notice it in the job market or anything, But
    i think it's just not fun anymore help certain people not even
    trying

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    You're not forced to help people are you?

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    elitism sucks

    edit: I don't see what the big deal is with people using 'clicky' applications, if there's a job out there for it what does it matter?
    Last edited by Shadow12345; 02-19-2003 at 02:34 PM.

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    Originally posted by Eibro
    You're not forced to help people are you?
    Naah, But seeying "HELP!" and "CLICK HERE!" isn't that
    motevating either is it?
    Last edited by Travis Dane; 02-19-2003 at 02:41 PM.

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    Am I the only one who like to program? I dont care what others do, I semi-enjoy it.. I will (I hope anyways) always be hired above a GameMaker 'programmer', so let them make cheapy products. Theres an overflow if Texteditors in VB and others like it because its EZ but they think they really made somthing good, and ya know what? Thats good for them, I wont tell thme "any moron could do that, idiot" or anything in life, as a programmer I will go far beyond them but I dont take there happyness away by telling them they are a bad programmer, let it go.
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    I don't really care if anyone simplifies programming for other people. I don't even consider this 'easy-programming' which you speak of to be programming, but rather 'scripting'. Like, seriousely, do you see these 'scripters' taking skilled peoples jobs? I don't. Its like comparing VB to C++, or Assembly... the VB guy probably wont be getting your job. I think its safe to let the script-kiddies make their games

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    I poop too much

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    Originally posted by Shadow12345
    I poop too much
    poop-=0.1 /* kg */ ;

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    Originally posted by Shadow12345
    I poop too much
    Originally posted by Travis Dane
    poop-=0.1 /* kg */ ;
    Uh huh... lunatics.

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    > I poop too much

    Hey, you win! You broke the thread, jackass!

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