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Hey! a couple questions...

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by bobocea, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. bobocea

    bobocea Registered Member

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    Can I build programs similar to ubot, senuke, thebestspinner, article marketing robot etc. in PHP? What programming language do you recommend?

    I did some programming when I was in highschool (7 years ago) in visual foxpro so that's all my experience, but i'm willing to learn!
     
  2. accelerator_dd

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    I'd recommend you take a look at C#. I'm sure what most of these tools are doing can be done in C#. In fact I believe SENuke is .net from the new X version.
     
  3. bobocea

    bobocea Registered Member

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    Hmm. Probably (as every good programmer), I need to learn the tools of the trade, html, css, php, javascript, c++, mysql, right? I'll start with php and see from there. :)

    Found a nice tutorial online!
     
  4. Choronzon

    Choronzon Power Member

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    If you are looking to do some online stuff take a look at ruby on rails, real easy to learn and powerful enough to do lots of useful stuff. Imagine writing a killer online application and charging a subscription fee to use it.

    I have an idea to do something similar which, if I can manage it will be worth a fortune.
     
  5. bobocea

    bobocea Registered Member

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    Well, I think all guys think of 1000 customers paying 10$ recurring monthly for access to a money making vip community with member-only tools. =)

    Thanks for the info. Will check it out (hmm, i wonder why i've been so antisocial on BHW? I should post more here : ) )!
     
  6. GrizzlyAdams

    GrizzlyAdams Regular Member

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    i dont think it's necessary to learn how to code these days. when there are so many programmers who will work for pennies. would be much more lucrative to work on business skills and internet marketing so you can have a team of programmers below you.