I've coded in most languages in school. Mostly C++ and Java and such. I just started teaching myself Objective C for iOS programming.
you don't just wake up one day and say you are interested in coding.
I use C/C++/C#, java, perl, PHP and a little assembly. Out of these I recommend C++ or java, since they're cross platform have good OOP support, and are generally nice languages. If you'e just starting try PHP.
Ill look into PHP, thanks for the advice!
i code =) i do computer science and software development, currently coding C#, php, html, sql, yadda yadda. not very good at C# =p
Wow, that's a major thing to get in. I've just started an Open Uni course on coding and I hope to one day be able to crack out a simple game.
it does look like a lot of work, but i think im up for it
back in the day, i used to do some coding for plugins for half-life mods, mainly the specialists
I'm learning pascal and c++ here.For games best would be c++ i think, althou I havent done any myself.
Flash is always fun to learn.
I made connect 4 with BASIC in high school but I've pretty much lost all of my knowledge with it.
None really, but I want to learn to code software for the Apple Mac store
Flash by far.
@Mexikola, be careful when doing that. Apple have a habbit of rejecting your idea for reasons like "not original enough" and then using your idea in their next iOS update...
That's very nice, thanks for sharing. :)
Started trying to teach myself PHP yeaaaaaars ago but never had the patience to really get into it
Oh man... I seriously wish i could do the things you're doing. Next year I'm taking Computer Science. Hope they teach me a bunch. +1 to you all who can program well :)
some ppl just code for fun, i pick it up every now and then just to play around with. luckily i took computer engineering in college so it lets me slide by just for fun.