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Programming Languages

Programming Languages jefftriplett has used:

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BASIC
QBasic
VisualBasic
Turbo Pascal
C
C++
Java
VBScript
Javascript
Delphi
C#
XSLT
PHP
Perl
Python
1988–
My second programming language after LOGO. I use to take paper to my grade school library and I'd write the code down from 3-2-1 contact magazine so I could try out the programs from our class rooms Apple IIe. Later I used GW-Basic when I was on a PC.
1991–1994
I attempted to make many video games on my 386.
1993–2002
My first projects were video games using graphics I pulled out of doom. A shoot the energizer bunny style of game.
1994–1996
My third language which I learned while taking an independent study in high school. Thank you Mrs. Jennett for letting me take an independent study even though programming was well over your head.
1995–2002
My coursework was in C and some of my other projects.
1997–2002
The language I always wanted to learn more in depth then time or resources permitted. I used C++ mainly to write video games and a few bot related projects.
1998–2002
I had a class in college and then I was tasked with switching my web team to Java for three months simply to switch back to .net... Grr
1998–2002
I first learned VBScript so I could script video games then later I used VBA. Years later, I was cursed to use this language for three years while I worked in an ASP shop.
2000–
Use Javascript enough to build / maintain some client form processing scripts then rarely if ever had to touch it again. Reusable code FTW! I flirt with jQuery as time permits now.
2000–2002
I had to interface Visual Basic with Delphi via COM/COM+ on a few rare occasions.
2001–2002
I only wrote enough to think that if I had to work with it daily, there were definitely worse languages to have to use.
2002–
I took an XSLT book on my honeymoon so I could do some *lite* reading.
2002–2007
I thought PHP was saving me from ASP. Enough said.
2003–
Merely flirted and wrote a few scripts.
2005–