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Better Than You

Calc Guru

Joined: 24 Apr 2005
Posts: 1229

Posted: 02 Apr 2006 10:01:45 pm    Post subject:

's been a long enough time:

1: I need a tutorial to do anything
2 - 3: Still learning alot...
4 - 6: Beginner -> Intermediate
7 - 9: Proficient -> Excellent
10 : I breath this.

6: z80 ASM
7: PHP
6: MySQL
10: HTML
6: CSS

WTF?! You say? TI-BASIC went down and C++ dissapeared? Yeah. I don't do anything at all with C++ although I messed with C in January, and I think I was a bit arrogant with Ti-BASIC last time.
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Active Member

Joined: 09 Nov 2004
Posts: 555

Posted: 03 Apr 2006 09:58:06 pm    Post subject:

At last I have found the secret paradise of the elusive UTI Members!

Here are the programming languages I am familiar with:
TI-BASIC - advanced
z80 Assembly - intermediate
ActionScript - intermediate
Java/C# - intermediate
C - beginning
C++ - beginning
SmallTalk - beginning
Visual Basic - forgotten

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In a state of quasi-hiatus


Joined: 21 Oct 2005
Posts: 1571

Posted: 05 Apr 2006 07:48:10 pm    Post subject:

Visual Basic—Forgotten
z80 Assembly—Refuses to penetrate my skull, need to read more ASM in 28 days...
Specialty—Simple TI-BASIC animations
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Jesus is my Lord and Saviour.


Joined: 07 Feb 2006
Posts: 755

Posted: 06 Apr 2006 08:31:06 am    Post subject:

Basic: Going into the "advanced" stage

Asm: Haven't started learning yet, but I hope to

Specialties: I can code fast and type fast too
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μολών λαβέ

Active Member

Joined: 27 Mar 2005
Posts: 569

Posted: 18 Apr 2006 09:16:22 am    Post subject:

I can now add AutoIt v3 to my list of proficiencies. :)

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Joined: 17 Aug 2004
Posts: 43

Posted: 17 Aug 2006 04:18:14 pm    Post subject:

update for me...

Ti-Basic: Very proficient
Z80: learning

PHP: very proficient
Perl: learning
linux scripting: learning
html/css: I know how to make stuff to work, not look good :\

I think that about sums it up...
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Calc Guru

Joined: 04 Sep 2003
Posts: 1265

Posted: 17 Aug 2006 06:16:44 pm    Post subject:

+Perl: intermediate
+Bourne shell: novice-intermediate

+DocBook: novice-intermediate (TeX? more liek YeX amirite?)
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Arcane Wizard

Super Elite (Last Title)

Joined: 02 Jun 2003
Posts: 8993

Posted: 17 Aug 2006 06:23:39 pm    Post subject:


> Java (J2EE, J2ME, JSP (servlet and .jsp side))
> XHTML, Javascript, and CSS
> some Perl
> TiBasic
> expert procrastinator
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Super Elite (Last Title)

Joined: 11 Apr 2005
Posts: 3500

Posted: 17 Aug 2006 08:54:11 pm    Post subject:

Java (applets, applications, m@d sk1llz)
Python (command line/wxWidgets)
Javascript (getting into AJAX now)
MySQL (pretty good)
batch files
VB6 (m@d sk1llz)
z80 asm (beginner...)
some basic *nix shell scripting
TI-Basic (m@d sk1llz)
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Better Than You

Calc Guru

Joined: 24 Apr 2005
Posts: 1229

Posted: 17 Aug 2006 09:27:39 pm    Post subject:

Me again:

XHTML: Excellent.
CSS: Beginner - intermediate.
PHP: Mastery.
SQL: Beginner.

z80: Intermediate.
TI-BASIC: Haven't coded in forever.


Right now I'm focused on web development, particularly design and backends. I don't remember the last time I've done any calculator development.

I rate myself highly on XHTML because aside from semantics there really isn't any room to improve once everything becomes valid. Occasionally I am surprised by tags I didn't know about (like <address> and <q>).
I declare 'mastery' in PHP because I've yet to see code I don't understand or can't figure out on my own. I refer to the documentation to look up functions (and had to ask once, but eventually found it on my own) but I don't really consider that a fault when there are thousands of them.
As for CSS I had to think about this for a while. At first I put just intermediate but I don't think that really describes where I am. I don't feel completely comfortable with it yet and so I prefixed that with 'Beginner' because I'm in the transitional stage between the two I believe. I'm trying to rely less and less on others and puzzle things out on my own but sometimes I still must run for outside help (read: Weregoose).
For MySQL, I rate myself low because I don't know the extent of the language yet and so don't know where I lay on a scale. But for anything more complex than simply selecting rows and settting up tables, I generally turn to AlienCC who always shows me something I had not thought of.
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Site Admin Kemetech

Calc Guru

Joined: 20 Mar 2004
Posts: 1220

Posted: 22 Jan 2007 02:12:20 am    Post subject:

Java - beginner
Python - beginner
PHP - I breathe and eat PHP.
C - bow before me
C#/C++ - decent skillz, not much practice
Perl - used to be teh pwn, haven't touched it in a few months
CSS - It flows in my blood
Javascript / AJAX / DHTML - My sustenance.
MySQL - I shall organize the world into tables.
batch files - MSDOS, good; linux, less good.
VBScript - beginner
NQC - decent
z80 asm - deity
(X)HTML - Excellent until I stumble across deprecated but cool tags :/
TI-Basic - teh uber 1337 pwn4ge hax><0r
BF - useless but awesome in its 8-instruction completeness
English (native), French (rusty), Spanish (poor), Latin (mad skillz)
Graphics design in Photoshop, GIMP, etc.

Better yet, just peruse this Work In Progress:

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Fallen Ghost


Joined: 15 Jun 2006
Posts: 955

Posted: 22 Jan 2007 06:38:27 am    Post subject:

Python - very beginner
C/C++ - beginner-medium
XML, CSS, SQL, (whatever else) - never started but would want to

Z80 ASM - very good
TI-Basic - good

French, English, Spanish

I haven't exactly much experience in programming other languages than TI-related, but I'd like to give a try some time. I don't have any website up so I don't know how to do that but it'll come.
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Bandwidth Hog

Joined: 06 Oct 2004
Posts: 2335

Posted: 22 Jan 2007 11:49:30 pm    Post subject:

I've started a wee bit of Python. Yay.
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Bandwidth Hog

Joined: 23 Jan 2004
Posts: 2247

Posted: 23 Jan 2007 08:55:07 pm    Post subject:


ASM- beginner, reading through the "Learn ASM in 28 Days".
C++ beginner, started on it then lost interest but still have ambitions.
VB.NET - Advanced
TI-Basic - Advanced
PHP- Moderate, but I must agree that the web would suck without it.
HTML - not really programming but I'm advanced in it nonetheless.
Javascript- Beginner. I only use this when nothing else can do what I need.
Batch Files- Advanced, mostly used because of laziness.
C#- Haven't learned any yet, but will without a doubt will be taking a course on it in school.
CSS- Moderate, love this.

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Super Speler
Super Awesome Dude

Calc Guru

Joined: 28 Nov 2005
Posts: 1391

Posted: 23 Jan 2007 09:27:35 pm    Post subject:


TI-Basic - Fairly advanced but not as good as some.
C++ - Used to be decent but haven't done it in a long time.
Java - Beginer, I can understand most things I read but can't write to much.
HTML/CSS - I guess I have it down...
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Super Elite (Last Title)

Joined: 11 Apr 2005
Posts: 3500

Posted: 24 Jan 2007 05:47:40 pm    Post subject:

hmmm, I should update my post :P

Ti-Basic --demigod
Visual Basic 6 --used to be demigod, a little rusty on some of the functions
VBScript --see previous
Java --demigod
JavaScript --comfortable once I get in the flow
(X)HTML --proficient
CSS --proficient
batch files --proficient
BASH shell scripts --proficient
Python --skillz
PHP --skillz
NQC --comfortable with access to the manual
TorqueScript --demigod
MySQL --proficient
C --proficient
Pascal --comfortable
z80 asm --proficient
Smalltalk/x --comfortable
Scheme --fricking hate it, but have used it, and remember how to use it
StandardML/NJ --comfortable
Prolog --nothing special, but its SUCH a cool language.
C++ --proficient
HyperLOGO --proficient.

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Advanced Member

Joined: 13 Mar 2004
Posts: 423

Posted: 15 Feb 2007 07:35:57 am    Post subject:

Skill set:

Z80 ASM (TI83/84 series) - Nonsarcastic peachy
6502 ASM (2A03, NES sys) - Haven't started yet
HTML - Good speed, knows basics. Still requires reference
mIRC Script - F1 required. Always.
C - gave up
TI-BASIC - I'll only get better if I see better techniques in other code. Reference for the lesser used commands required.

Learning potential: high - just give me links to start learning if I'm required to learn a skill that I don't know yet.
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Advanced Newbie

Joined: 25 Mar 2006
Posts: 99

Posted: 28 Mar 2007 08:34:14 pm    Post subject:

TI Basic - Rather good
TI ASM - Learning, but not quite very good
Visual Basic - Rather Compitent.

I mostly specialize in complex equations to find numbers(you know, 2+2=4)

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جان ألعريم

Active Member

Joined: 14 Mar 2007
Posts: 648

Posted: 29 May 2007 03:56:58 pm    Post subject:

First post in this hidden thread!

BASIC: Beginning my Advanced stage

ASM: still on day 20 of "learn ASM in 28 days"

C: hoping to start this summer Laughing
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Super Speler
Super Awesome Dude

Calc Guru

Joined: 28 Nov 2005
Posts: 1391

Posted: 29 May 2007 04:04:19 pm    Post subject:


TI-Basic: Somewhat good.
HTML/CSS: Know the basics.
C++: Know a bit but haven't done any for years.
JAVA: Getting better, fast.
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