|written by E_net4 on Nov 23, 2008 19:16|
|What is the CPDT?|
It stands for Computer Programming Dev Team, founded by kucalc and E_net4. The members of the team like developing programs. Our goal is to develop team programs and help members with their own, while learning from each other.
What knowledge is required for joining?
At least a bit of programming knowledge is recommended. We wouldn't want fruitless members on the team, would we?
How do I join?
Simply send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com , telling us how much you know about programming and misc. You can also tell us why you'd like to join the team. Note that you must register an account in Assembla in order to receive the invitation to the team.
Also, visit our Assembla webpage. http://www.assembla.com/wiki/show/cpdt
|└> last changed by E_net4 on November 23, 2008 at 20:13|
|written by Jaxe'd on Nov 23, 2008 19:37|
|I sent an e-mail to the both of you, but I got an e-mail back saying that delivery to firstname.lastname@example.org failed...|
PS: It's not supposed to be email@example.com, is it? <.<
|written by E_net4 on Nov 23, 2008 20:05|
|Indeed, I must have made a mistake. firstname.lastname@example.org is the correct e-mail address.|
|i do my own stun-- avatars|
|Just sent an email to you. I want to get programming. |
|written by Onforty on Nov 25, 2008 19:37|
|Im too rookie to this.|
even though i am nearly done with developing a program to test my algorithm.
and i dont think you want a little 12 year old dipshit in this.
|written by E_net4 on Nov 26, 2008 19:56|
|For your information, we're just a group of youngsters into programming. We're not supposed to be a serious and hard-working team anyway, although I'm afraid we can't just let everyone in. A team should know each member, and making it a crowd wouldn't help. XD|
|written by Onforty on Nov 26, 2008 20:01|
but i still dont think i fit in an programming team as i only program with liberty BASIC successfully and when i try other languages i never pass the hello world thingie
i think im made for something else.
|written by Jaxe'd on Nov 26, 2008 21:12|
|Did you do the Hello World example in Linoleum, Onforty?|
By the way, I really like the idea of how the SVN works. I can see how a major Linoleum project could be accomplished with the help of enough Lino coders...
I hope we get at least a few more Lino coders and start a project soon.
|└> last changed by Jaxe'd on November 26, 2008 at 22:14|
|i do my own stun-- avatars|
|Hmm... I should practice up on that then. I have made a grand total of one program and it was not without errors. But if we are aiming for a lino program, I should work at it more.|
|written by Onforty on Nov 27, 2008 11:53|
|Hmm i have done 4 programs and the 5 come soon 2 in Visual Basic and 2 in Liberty BASIC and the fifth is Liberty BASIC too. do i got the required skills to join? i am best in text based applications producing math dedicated data, i also made an Letter to Ascii converter. and i plan making my first REAL program with lino soon. anyway do i meet the requirements? i would wish i could because then i will go and my self belief will come again.|
|written by Jaxe'd on Nov 27, 2008 13:10|
I made countless programs (mostly small, experimental programs) and they always had errors from the start. The fun part with those small programs is figuring out what is causing the errors. That's where the learning takes place.
All of those little programs are contained in my recently-uploaded zip file if you want to look at them.
cd/zips/Jaxe'd/collection081123 (446 Kb)
How I decided to start them was where I questioned if Lino could do a certain something and I would figure out a way to do whatever it was... so think about things like that.
As far as joining CPDT, my understanding is that it's for programmers of all types. I imagine that projects will get done with more success with more people knowing a particular language. That's why I am trying to get Linoleum coders to join for when we do start a new project.
And anyway, I haven't seen any of the programs that you have made, regardless of what language they were written in. Care to share them?
|written by Onforty on Nov 27, 2008 14:59|
as far i have made:
Simple Browser (In visual BASIC)
Simple Browser 2.0 (also in VB)
Ascii to text converter (just an Liberty BASIC program i made, for experimenting and fun)
Better version of above product.
The Experimental Math application (not done, Liberty BASIC)
|written by E_net4 on Nov 27, 2008 20:55|
|Jaxe'd is right. And even if you don't know some commonly used languages that might be helpful, you'll get free access to our support for learning new languages. (Wiki pages FTW)|
|I'm going to take note of this and maybe e-mail you in a few weeks. I have just moved house and all I have is a laptop on the floor right now :\|
I know some C# and I am going to learn L.in.oleum and Basic
I like the idea and hope I get the time between school to actually crank out some code :\