So I saw this page which gives a list of 15 Exercises for Learning a new Programming Language. I thought, this could also be a good way to compare different languages. In that spirit I'm going to do just that and try to complete the list in different popular languages. To start with I will do them in C# and Java.
As it turns out I'm much less familiar with C# than Java so it will also be a learning experience as the original article had intended. You can see the progress in Programming.
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Skipped 1.0 because the previous cold fusion version for all intents and purposes was 1.0 even though it never made it past the beta stage. I am using an auto versioning system with visual studio. Which means for the most part the third number, the number of compiles, is the main way to tell which version is which. The second number will still keep track of major versions, but I don't really foresee using it much.
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neTodo has been fully released. People can now register to start using it. Try it out and let me know what you think.
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The in deep thought code base has just reached v0.6. You can view the changelog to see the changes.
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Hey, looks like its time to resurrect MLP posts! This MLP post is brought to you by the recent stock market turmoil.
Do you think you're a Software Engineer? According to one man hacker Ravi Mohan, your probably really a ratcatcher. I have to agree with Steve over here though. If you're a programmer, you probably don't know how compilers work.
I finally bought Rock Band, even though I only got the PS2 (PS3 compatible though!) version. It certainly brings back memories of my drummer days. Check out this cool program that will allow the drum pads to work with your PC.
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