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N.A.N.Y. 2009 / Re: Post your NANY 2009 Mug/Shirt Pics here..
« on: February 02, 2009, 05:44 PM »
Got my shirt earlier tonight! I told mouser... I'm never taking this thing off! I love it! Ill post a pic sometime soon.. caught up with school work at the moment. Thanks again DC :)

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Developer's Corner / Re: Programming Paradigms
« on: February 02, 2009, 02:44 PM »
I've been watching these and taking notes!!! I was deprived in highschool when it came to learning programming simply because there was one class that was offered for programming and it was a joke. In that class, I finished the year's work in like half a semester so my teacher had to bring in books for me to do extra assignments... I'm in college now and I LOVE PROGRAMMING... im addicted seriously... I cant stop thinking about it... maybe its a bad thing, but its amazing! Anyways, im probably going to watch as many of these as I can!! thank you for the Sanford link :)

Any suggestions of what I should do to learn more while watching it?

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Developer's Corner / Programming Paradigms
« on: February 02, 2009, 12:03 PM »
So I ran across some great content on youtube concerning a course offered at Stanford. The Title of the course is "Programming Paradigms" and the lecturer is Jerry Cain. I'm going to start watching this every day and wanted to share with you all... Enjoy!

Also, here are some other cute clips too:
Binky Pointer - http://www.youtube.c.../watch?v=f-pJlnpkLp0
Write in C - http://www.youtube.c...&feature=related

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JOTO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! JOTO JOTO!!! I miss ya! Hope you're feeling better! Get well and hop into the IRC channel!

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Living Room / Re: Cube Craft - Very Cool
« on: January 29, 2009, 09:53 PM »
Good stuff! I think im going to make one or two of these for desk decorations! lol. Great work Ehtyar!

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Living Room / Re: The Official DC Sing-a-Song thread!
« on: January 27, 2009, 10:28 AM »
what a great thread!!! lol

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Living Room / Re: Culture of Computer Programmers
« on: January 27, 2009, 10:26 AM »
First off, WOW...

These are amazingly powerful thoughts that you guys have put into words... I read those and was happy to be who I am; proud of what i've done and proud of the way I look at life.

@all of you - may I quote you in my speech for my college course?

Thank you for spending the time to have expressed your views of life and opinions... It really helps to see what kind of mindset I need to have so that I can become what is commonly known as an "expert programmer" in my later days... Alot of the times, when I think of some of the people at DC.com, I can only hope to be as organized, as devoted, and as productive as you guys are... I mean I love seeing what you guys do: what websites you use, what things you do to stay organized, what sorts of programming you consider and many other things... These things do NOT shape me, but rather point me in the right direction of where I need to be to truly excel at what I love doing: creating software. I can honestly say that because of DonationCoder, I've become a better programmer...

I have just recently read a quote that caught my attention and really made me think about things...

Here is the quote: "If I had more time, I'd have written you a shorter letter." - T.S. Elliot

Anyways, thanks for the thoughts!!

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Living Room / Re: Culture of Computer Scientists
« on: January 26, 2009, 09:35 PM »
Questions:

1. What do you think is interesting about Computer Programming?
2. What do you like about Computer Programming?
3. As a computer programmer, what are you most proud about?
4. If you could change one thing about computer programmers what would it be?
5. What do you think is the lifetime goal of Computer Programmers?
6. In your opinion, what is the most important thing that Computer Programmers have given the world?

That should be enough to start...

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Living Room / Re: Culture of Computer Scientists
« on: January 26, 2009, 05:13 PM »
Culture of Computer *Programmers* :)

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Living Room / Culture of Computer Programmers
« on: January 26, 2009, 05:07 PM »
I have decided to do my first speech of this semester on the Culture of Computer Scientists... I wanted to get some feedback from you all (to include in my speech) by this Wednesday night. Post some personal opinions concerning what you think about the Culture of Computer Scientists! Just open thoughts for the time being and if I dont get enough feedback, ill propose some questions... I could really use a few good opinions so dont be afraid to share yours!

Thanks for the help,
CodeByter

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Living Room / Re: Tech News Weekly: Edition 02-09
« on: January 11, 2009, 01:10 AM »
Thanks much Ehtyar :)

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Post New Requests Here / Re: Wish list program
« on: January 08, 2009, 08:58 PM »
This actually isnt AHK but rather programmed in C++ using Borland RAD Studio. Sorry :(

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Here is what I got out of it:

Screenshot.jpg

Features:
  • Simple Drag and Drop interface to make life easier!
  • Click Sort and watch as your files are sorted into folder's according to their filenames!
  • After File's are sorted into folders, FileSorter cleans up after itself (deletes the now empty folders)!

Download Here: http://www.codebyter...orter/FileSorter.exe

I hope this helps... I pictured your filenames to look like something to below:
-Folder
-------123.txt
-------123.zip
-------123.jpg
-------234.txt
-------234.zip
-------234.jpg

The result will be:
-Folder
------123
--------------123.txt
--------------123.zip
--------------123.jpg
------234
--------------234.txt
--------------234.zip
--------------234.jpg

Please let me know if there is anything else you would like added :)

EDIT FOR IMAGE CLARIFICATION: The progress bar at the bottom is accurate but Vista's progressbar is kind of weird so I tried to capture the progress bar in motion for you.

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I'm playing around with something for you atm... stay in touch and check this post frequently :)

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Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: Simple line by line truncator
« on: January 07, 2009, 10:48 PM »
Argentsteal, Great work!!

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Post New Requests Here / Re: Wish list program
« on: January 04, 2009, 10:38 AM »
January 04, 2009 - Changes:
  • Tooltip now works correctly. I added the tooltip but never showed it :)

Between, thanks for the great comments guys :) Keeps my day going :)

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Perry thank you much!! Congratulations on NANY 09 success all! Feels great to be a part of this community :)

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N.A.N.Y. 2009 / NANY 2009 Release: WishList Maker
« on: January 03, 2009, 12:24 AM »
NANY 2009 Entry Information

Application Name WishList
Version 1.2
Short DescriptionManage your WishList's with ease!
Supported OSesXP/Vista
Web Pagehttp://www.codebyter.com
Download Linkhttp://www.codebyter...ishList/WishList.exe
System Requirements
  • Windows PC
  • XP/Vista
Version History
  • A list of the (ongoing) version history
Author:CodeByter - http://www.codebyter.com


Description
Manage your WishList's with ease :) Refer to this thread: https://www.donation...ex.php?topic=16398.0

Features

Version 1.2 Changes:

    * Fixed the issue loading "Default Profile."
    * Removed Default Profile and added a "Create New" speed button next to load/save buttons.
    * Added the ability for WishList to check and set File Associations for .wlp files

Version 1.1 Changes:

    * Users can now edit entries.
    * Users have the ability to check things off now (which simulates "buying" an item)
    * "Link" column is now changed to "Notes" column and users can now store any notes they would like for this item here.
    * Increased the amount of priority levels from 3 to 5 and changed the way the user can select the priority for the item
    * Users can now save/load wishlists.
    * The Form is resizable but has limits on min/max sizes. WishList also now remembers the last Height/Width.
    * Fixed the "text with gray background" issue reported by "Kamel" on DonationCoder.
    * Users can now search their wishlists for generic text.
    * Added animations to several buttons.
    * Added the ability for users to switch to saved wishlists "On-the-go." This ability can be found in the combo box to the upper right corner of the form.
    * All wishlists created can now be properly managed, even deleted from "WishList."

Planned Features
I think its pretty solid for the most part... Was just a simple, quick app to write for Kamel on the forums.

Screenshots
screen2.jpg

Usage
Installation
Copy the executable into a folder of its own. Make a shortcut to it and have at it. If you're running Vista, make sure you run it as an administrator so you can manage your wishlist's through the program.

Using the Application
This application is great for managing WishList's and keeping track of things you would like to buy or have bought.

Uninstallation
Delete the executable and the folder it was placed into.

Known Issues
None currently.

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Post New Requests Here / Re: Wish list program
« on: January 03, 2009, 12:22 AM »
Version 1.2 Changes:
  • Fixed the issue loading "Default Profile."
  • Removed Default Profile and added a "Create New" speed button next to load/save buttons.
  • Added the ability for WishList to check and set File Associations for .wlp files

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Post New Requests Here / Re: Wish list program
« on: January 02, 2009, 12:15 AM »
Let me know how you feel about the WishList management (ability to save/load/delete)... I feel it was a solid implementation but not sure if it feels right...

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Post New Requests Here / Re: Wish list program
« on: January 01, 2009, 05:45 PM »
Hey there :) I spent a little bit of time today fixing what you recommended. I hope you enjoy :)

Version 1.1 Changes:

  • Users can now edit entries.
  • Users have the ability to check things off now (which simulates "buying" an item)
  • "Link" column is now changed to "Notes" column and users can now store any notes they would like for this item here.
  • Increased the amount of priority levels from 3 to 5 and changed the way the user can select the priority for the item
  • Users can now save/load wishlists.
  • The Form is resizable but has limits on min/max sizes. WishList also now remembers the last Height/Width.
  • Fixed the "text with gray background" issue reported by "Kamel" on DonationCoder.
  • Users can now search their wishlists for generic text.
  • Added animations to several buttons.
  • Added the ability for users to switch to saved wishlists "On-the-go." This ability can be found in the combo box to the upper right corner of the form.
  • All wishlists created can now be properly managed, even deleted from "WishList."

You can download the executable here: http://www.codebyter...ishList/WishList.exe

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Living Room / HAPPY NEW YEARS DC!!!
« on: December 31, 2008, 11:11 PM »
Just wanted to start the thread! Happy New Years :) May you all have a wonderful '09 and best of wishes!!! Feel free to post pics of your new year or share how your experience was :)

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It's be really fun to do a screensaver challenge on DC.. if we rounded up some bare bones skeleton screensavers in different languages, and then set all the coders here loose to make a custom screensaver in their language.. sure would be fun.

MOUSER has made a screensaver, ask him about it!!!

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Post New Requests Here / Re: Wish list program
« on: December 31, 2008, 06:56 PM »
hehe, thnx :) Just let me know if any of you need changes added to it:)

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