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Programming Languages

Programming Languages madewulf has used:

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MSX Basic
Turbo Pascal
Fortran
Java
COBOL
PL/SQL
Objective Caml
TeX
Prolog
C++
x86 Assembly
VisualBasic
MATLAB
bash
C
Python
Javascript
ActionScript
1986–
My really first programming language. It was pure magic. I made a program who drew the map of Belgium.
1987–1990
The language present on my very first owned computer (a MSX-Sony). We programed an helicopter game with my brother in this language (unfortunately, the laser beans would erase the back scene....)
1996–1999
My first programming language at the university. I still like it.
1997
I used it for a small course project.
1998–
A necessary evil.
1998
I was the poor guy in charge of doing the project in this language for a university course... and I did like it, but what did I know at the time....
1999–
It is only recently that I really used the PL part.
1999–2000
We were in charge of writing a compiler using this language for a course.
2000–2008
I used LaTex in fact. It is the standard for writing research papers.
2000
I used it at the university for a course. Fun, but I would never use it to do something real.
2001–
I taught it for 7 years, even if we used it more as C with classes. The workhorse of my current company.
2001–
I taught it for 7 years. It allowed me to understand how this recursion thing really works.
2002–2008
I had to take over a grade managing application at the university. Not my funniest job.
2002–2008
I taught it for 6 years. Not bad for what it is used.
2004–2006
I used it to script benchmarks for a research project. A real pain, I should have used Python !
2005–
I kind of like it
2006–
My language of choice.
2007–
The language is fun, but the implementations in the browsers made it a pain to use... until I discovered JQuery. It was a breeze to learn JavaScript after using ActionScript for some months (which is basically the same language).
2008
Fun, especially when working with good graphic artists providing all the photoshop/illustrator work... I wrote a Dutch learning course for 12 years old with this.