Re: Programming Team

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    Lightbulb Re: Programming Team

    I would like to join one, but I would like to be a co-leader if you can figure out a project everyone would like (if anyone else joins).

    SPH

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    I asked the same question in the other programming team thread: how advanced level are we talking about here?
    Also, what kind of project?
    I think a programming team sound pretty cool, but I'm not that experienced.

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    Well, if you guys want to write something useing OpenGL, i can help you out.

    How about we start small, Mabey a chess game or something?

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    Sounds like a great plan guys. I wish I was at that level but I'm still very new. Besides, I'm starting with C not C++

    -Fool

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    Well, don't know anything about opengl programming (but I can learn). Perhaps someone more experienced could take the role of a leader and organizer and people like me could help writing the more simple parts of the project?
    A chess game sound like a pretty good idea.

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    Exclamation Hello

    Hey, I have gotton a nasty burn to my right hand, so responses will be slower (lolz). Anywayz I am exierienced with opengl, whitch partly is why I have orginized this, I know a nice assortment of API's, and am expierienced in creatig my own.

    SPH

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    Two questions:
    1. Are you going to start a project?
    2. If yes, would it be possible for me who's not that good to join and help with some of the more easy parts?
    I really think it would be fun.

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    Cool yep

    Anyone with an IQ over 100 can join... thats like everyone (95%), so anyone on this board prolly can join... as long as u have some expierience, even just tic-tac-toe, you can learn.

    SPH

    P.S. The project will be voted upon among the group.. if one comes together, if people want to join, just reply to the post I am about to put up "Join group".

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    I'll definately join if you want me, but i'm sorta in the same situation as Hanwaas (or whatever his name is), but i'd be willing to learn ANYTHING becuase it will ofcourse make me more experienced and a better programmer. Does this sound alright?

    Thanks
    -Chris

    P.S. I don't know anything on API or OpenGL (or anything on graphics for that matter) becuase I hav'nt been able to find anything (online or offline) that can help me. It would be exellent to learn from a person!

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    Lowas

    What kind of project are you guys thinking of?

    I'm in if it's C++, I have some experience with DirectX 7, WIN32API and MFC.

    my email: groover@operamail.com

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    Hey can I join? Um I don't know any C++ yet but I am working on that... perhaps I could focus on the bitmaps or something. And I am good at making code more readable and modular....hmmm
    Code:
    #include <cmath>
    #include <complex>
    bool flip(bool value)
    {
           return std::pow
        (
            std::complex<float>(std::exp(1.0)), 
            std::complex<float>(0, 1) * std::complex<float>(std::atan(1.0)*(1 << (value + 2)))
        ).real() < 0;
    }

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    It sounds like an amazing idea, but I think slightly less abled programmers (or much less abled, like me ) would be able to help too much.

    If they could do the simple parts only, I'm sure a more experienced coder would find it easier to do those parts themselves rather than hand them over to a new programmer.

    See what I mean? If we can sort it though, count me in! I'm pretty new, but anything that's good fun AND increases my experience can't be bad.

    Good job.

    Thom

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