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Bipolar (III) Inmate

Insane since: Apr 2008

IP logged posted posted 06-22-2011 08:15 Edit Quote

Who am I doesn't matter half as much as what I tried using basic meditation, made collective, and tested around.

I tackled three problems : health, food, the weather.

Nervous Wreck (II) Inmate

From: Cocos Isle
Insane since: Aug 2009

IP logged posted posted 11-29-2011 23:32 Edit Quote

Here's the story.

Windows 3.1 was made built as-is with GUI. There was a strict programming language used that didn't have flexibility. So Windows 95 was created using C++. It was flexible, stable, and very strict in the capacity that style was involved.

I had a class with a guy in LAVC, CA. He taught students not of what he knew about programming, but what he knew about people that were in class. He was sincere.

I had my go in C++. Got a 20/25, which I really know is actually 25/25. Jeff Kent just thought it was bizarre. Continuation led me to go into C. I didn't know much about it but I knew how to hack... so i snooped on another persons creative ability to render code without proper syntax that didn't compile. Basically, I just hacked.

So... C was really stupified by me. Asians sitting on their labstation in the computer science labs got the credit. Thus, Ubuntu or Debian was born.

There's a lot of potential in their coding. I haven't taken time to dedicate most of it to computer science because I mostly had to live a real life paying rent.

Era - 1998-2000


Bipolar (III) Inmate

Insane since: Apr 2008

IP logged posted posted 02-28-2012 14:58 Edit Quote

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on the experts eyes, and mice.

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"Luminous beings are we. Not this crude matter."

* Yoda

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