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Programming Languages

Programming Languages sdhamilton has used:

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PBASIC
Javascript
bash
PHP
Java
VisualBasic
C++
C
AppleScript
Perl
C#
ActionScript
Ruby
Python
MATLAB
2004–
Some terrible introduction to programming at school, drew a boat or something.
2004–
Used before my undergrad degree, calling it from html attributes, awful! Using JQuery now and as little as possible, consistent support it not great.
2004–
#!/bin/bash I love it. But it's half a language.
2004–
Learned it to maintain our secondary school website, happy at how much it has developed and am using it regularly in it's new OO form.
2005–
First university taught programming lanaguage, run to it when I want something that will run a UI everywhere. Which is rare, tend to write web services these days.
2006–
Some awful university assignment, despise all BASIC languages.
2006–
More comfortable than C with me.
2007–
University taught, manual memory management reminds me of days when men were men.
2007–
Weird syntax, it's almost English. Tell Finder to Open... Use it when Automator doesn't do what I want.
2008–
Wrote some text processing scripts for a linux box, much prefer python.
2009–
University taught, and that's where it ends. Nice but not portable, don't talk to me about Mono.
2009–
Unfortunately we used version 2, another University assignment. Flash ... shudder.
2009–
Used in a Rails project, like it. Can never decide what I prefer Python or Ruby. Used day to day on a linux box.
2009–
Learned for my Honours Project, enjoy it's dynamically typed ways. Using Django primarily, but am also starting to use it as a replacement for those little scripts everyone with a linux server has.
2010–
Briefly used in University, hmm a language for engineers not programmers.