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A whole new number of possibilities!

Discussion in 'C, C++, C#' started by TheeAriGrande, Aug 6, 2013.

  1. TheeAriGrande

    TheeAriGrande Regular Member

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    I'm a PHP guy, but I recently took a dive into C# and it's like a whole new world of possibilities has opened! In order to practice I'm thinking of developing some bots for people, so look out for that.

    People should really start learning how to program if they're serious about their business. They should also teach this in schools. I wouldn't mind going to class everyday if they taught this!

    Okay, just wanted to share. Peace! lol
     
  2. deiwman

    deiwman BANNED BANNED

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    Thanks for sharing with us.
    What made you choose C# and not C++ (just curious)?
    Good luck mate!
     
  3. Xp3r7

    Xp3r7 Regular Member

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    If people are serious about their business, they actually do NOT need to learn programming because it takes a lot of time. They need to be concentrated on their stuff and pay to us(freelance programmers) to do the programming tasks :)
    This is how everything works. Some people have the ideas, some people are capable to turn these ideas into reality.
     
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    RandomSquirrel Newbie

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    Or maybe some people have a good background in programming (like me) and love to transform an idea into business with their own imagination and hands :) I love doing business and create my own things. BTW I love to teach young kids to develop their own software, most of them feel sorry for not having the same lessons in school.
     
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  5. TheeAriGrande

    TheeAriGrande Regular Member

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    One of my mentors who went to MIT and worked at Apple actually let me interview him. And I asked him all these questions and had all these discussions. He told me I should learn C# to begin programming, then go into Objective C for Mac/iDevices. He didn't really mention C or C++, but I'm planning of visiting those languages after I get comfortable with C#.

    I do somewhat agree with you. Though, I should say IF (and only IF) a business man has the time and desire then he should learn to program. It always helps to know what's going on with your site or with your application.

    I absolutely agree with this! A lot of my business ideas or just general thinking comes from programming.
     
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    Gotta agree about C#..