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Learn how to code properly, and then build money making bots in less than 20 mins

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  1. Panther28

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    If your new to programming, you can check out this amazing resource, its also good for veterans.

    Once you get the hang of it, you can move on to coding your own bots in java, and making dat cash.
     
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    I cant tell if your serious or not lol
     
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  3. Whistleblower

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    Seriously ?...........

    If yes, my 99 imaginary thanks to you + 1 real one.
     
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    you sure you can make bots with these javascript codes? lol
     
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    ahahaha, this is for people like me! XD looks fun!
     
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    Omg wtf is this?
     
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    Thank you so much you have done the great job :D
     
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    I am on level 28 and I am stuck with some of the dance moves, can anyone PM me a cheat code please
     
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    Just lost about 45min. Thanks.
     
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    oh my god this brings me joy
     
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    On a serious note, how hard is it to actually make a bot?
     
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  12. Ste Fishkin

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    It is 7 potatoes difficult
     
  13. SethTurin

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    With UBot Studio it's only 6 oranges!


    Has anyone here spent any significant time with Blockly? (The "language" this is coded in.)
     
  14. PerspectiveIncome

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    First you would have to learn computer programming, then you can make a bot after. Depending on which program language you use, it can take anywhere from 1-2 months to understand it a little bit and 3-12 months to get more comfortable than when you started. But you may feel as if you don't know how to program , because you always have more to learn.
     
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    I messed around with Blockly for a little while just for fun. I honestly think that I'm more efficient with Visual Studio or Ubot than I am with that.

    Code writing goes so slow in it.

    I think however, Blockly is great for novice programmers. But it lacks some of the functionality we need as IM'ers.

    We need to set headers, get cookies, make PhantomJS web requests, set proxies, etc.

    Plus you need a lot of the DOM parsing and navigating libraries that come with Python and C# and such.

    I am guilty of using Blockly for all of my javascript programming though hahaha.


    Edit:

    I also wanted to add, I think it's inevitable for the future of the world to allow everyone the toolsets to be able to program.

    There will be an explosion of new ideas to the world that will rapidly increase the quality of life for everyone in the world.

    However personally, I hate these types of things, including UBot because it's making it easier for people to learn and get interesting in programming. This will bring down salaries through increased supply of skilled programmers. Currently in Seattle a programmer right out of college can make $100k+. This is a good thing because it gives anyone an avenue to come out and earn if they just put in the work.

    So globally for the future of mankind, this shit is great and should continue to be developed.

    On a person an economical level, I want programming to be as hard to learn as possible.
     
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    FWIW, no matter how many programmers flood the market, there will always be a big difference between a competent programmer and a master programmer. A highly skilled programmer can literally save a company millions of dollars over hiring a novice. Those $100k/yr just-out-of-school salaries are going to vaporize soon, as companies figure out how hard it is to get quality code from a novice.


    Learn system architecture, TDD, project management etc and you will always be a highly sought developer.