So anyway, that's why i think it's so cool when i see a program that was part of the NANY event written up, i think to myself how cool it is that someone took notice of the work that this coder put into their program, and how much more rewarding it may be to the coder to see their good work acknowledged.
You got it in one Mouser. I've been programming ever since I laid my hands on a keyboard (go GW-BASIC) and at work I must have 1,000 or more scripts that I've written to help with random tasks.
But I've never released anything, and to have *my* program download over 3,000 times in one
day is just mind-boggling. Not to mention, every single hit came via donationcoder.com.
I have definitely found NANY rewarding, and it has inspired me to start coding again, which is something I've always loved to do.
Thanks again to Mouser, DC, Perry, all the NANY participants and anyone who took the time to look at our programs.