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  • 8
    @sudouser is a dream...
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    Everyone's posting their setup so I decide to post mine.
    What hard work gets you
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    well... I am learning java. I am starting in programming
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    @reesmid keep it up. Java is hot in tech. It's one of the must knows.
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    @sedouser am really exiting with that, am wanna learn very good and developed something or work in Google Fb whatever...
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    @sudouser That's almost exactly my setup, except I only have one monitor. More on the way (eventually!)
  • 3
    Do you have a source for the </> background? I quite like it
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    @reesmid Java is great, especially of you own an android device
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    still a dream for me. will reach there soon :)
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    @sudouser What do you mainly work on with this set up.
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    I need this
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    great setup ๐Ÿ˜Šwhat do you work on?
  • 5
    you can be nasa's fallback on power brakes and such..
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    RIP electric bill ๐Ÿ˜Š
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    @BoomeH light bills not to bad. Electricity is pretty cheap in Tennessee
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    @nigel12790
    Graphic design, some 3D animation, Web apps, Websites, IOS Android apps, and some admin work on my web servers.
  • 0
    @liberaldog what is your opinión about the best language? and how many language to learn?
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    @reesmid There's no perfect language. Each have their strengths and weaknesses. Really depends on the project your taking on if your going solo or what languages your career requires.

    There's a ton of free courses online even university courses (EDX, Coursera, Udacity)
    Know the basic concepts and you can learn any language, it'll be a matter of syntax change and functions.

    I'd recommend you read Clean Code by Robert Martin after you've taken a CS course.
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    @sudouser this opinion is for what I am in this app. I don't mistake about that. really thanks, I am very very grateful with your suggests. I going to look the book...
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    overkill to me
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    Im a simple 3D animator.
    I see a SpaceMouse I increment.
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    I've always wondered. what is the purpose of each??
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    @sudouser Hell, I recommend Clean Code _before_ the CS course - at least the first part of the book - and again after the course, and off and on for a long time after.

    Ob the code will make little sense in the beginning. But the approach, the first principles will. They did to me.
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    I want that office
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    Any chance ypu might want an employee!?
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    @sudouser man the diversity of your talents are astonishing!
  • 0
    let's play a game... *hide cursor pointer and move it on a random position*
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