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My Application.

Discussion in 'Programmer Application' started by tedhead2, Jun 11, 2009.

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  1. tedhead2

    tedhead2 Newbie

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    Q. What programming language(s) do you know?

    A. I know how to make many things in Visual Basic 2008/.NET I do not know ANY other languge!

    Q. What have you programmed before?

    A. I have made MANY webbrowsers, and I'm working on a Multi-account score sender, where you can be on multiple accounts and have a score sender running on all of them at once.

    Q. What do you hope to program in the future?

    A. My dream is to make a neopoint generator and sell it for USD.

    Extra stuff:

    I'm 11 years old. I have Visual Basic, C++, and Web Developer 2008 Express Editions. I NEED instructions to do something. and I have Dislexia.
     
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    lazypando Level IV

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    The general rule of thumbs is that you make a few programs first and upload them. Then you apply for programmer. :)
     
  3. tedhead2

    tedhead2 Newbie

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    Oh, Thanks! I didn't know.


    All the programs I have are not .EXE's . They are .VB

    I will try and make them .EXE so I can upload!

    30 minutes later...

    YAY! I got them to .EXE!

    They are mainly webbrowsers and simple games. but I'm working on the score sender!

    EDIT: Ok, one of my programs is up, it is called "Annoying Button Game" The game is REALLY fun! (it IS .EXE)
     
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