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Solar System

- composing chipmusic (Atari,C64,ZX128,GBA,Genny)
- composing EDM / BASS (Renoise,Reaper)
- pixelart (Grafx2,Deluxepaint,Neopaint)
- 3D CAD (Pro-E/AutoCAD,FreeCAD)
- HTML4 / CSS2 (Yep I needs to learn HTML5 and CSS3)

Yours?

Last edited by Matej (Feb 10, 2016 1:07 am)

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NUMBSKULL

- exceptional online social media presence
- extensive collection of ASCII art skulls
- Ruby(rails), Python, Java, HTML, Javascript, C++, a little Verilog
- okay with a soldering iron
- budding eagle designer (want to maybe switch to KiCad though?)
- Over 8,000 facebook friends
- a 50/50 lie/truth average

Last edited by catskull (Feb 7, 2016 2:46 am)

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Montreal, Canada

- turning it on
- porn
- turning it off

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Sweden

- Spotty use of social media and online forums. I don't get basic functionality often, for example. I've used maybe 5-6 hashtags in total on Twitter... since 2009.
- 13 Years of programming, first a C-like language then C++ from 2008-present. A little python, a little C# and other languages like that.
- 14 Years of 3d graphics for games/realtime graphics (not fancy architecture or car-dealer commercials)
- 4 years of digital painting in Photoshop (but not active currently, I'm doing art on paper nowadays mostly)
- 4 years of active music making and skill-honing. Ableton Live(my main DAW), FL Studio, some Renoise, LSDJ, tiny bit of Milkytracker and Famitracker.

So all in all: I've been around the block a few times so to speak. But my computer skills are still pretty meager, despite all the time spent sitting on my ass infront of it.

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Clermont-Ferrand, France

- Able to shut down avast! .
- Knows how to unplug the electrical cable when PC's frozen.

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NC in the US of America

Google-fu

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TSSBAY01

im great at scorched earth

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Chicago, IL

ANSI Art
EastWest Quantum Orchestra Tools
Synth Programming Basics
Logic Pro
Mastering
Mixing

Ruby
PHP/Symfony 2
Oracle Pl/SQL
SQL Sever T-SQL
C#/MVC5
SQLIte
PostgreSQL
Linux

I suggest anyone with too much time who loves computers and is still young learn to program. Its like 3 years of horrible stress and confusion for a steady career with tons of freedom and control. You really don't even need a degree these days, and you can learn online if you're dedicated enough.

Last edited by BeatScribe (Feb 8, 2016 7:17 pm)

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perth, WA

there's more icons on my desktop than will fit on my screen

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- Linux user of 5 years (Arch master race)
- Self-host several applications (Tiny Tiny RSS, ownCloud, etc)
- C/C++

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Bonn, Germany

copy/paste

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California

- C++, HaxeFlixel, Java, HTML4(Not that silly new-age fifth one that I still catch myself calling XHTML, mind you)
- Know how to build, take apart, and diagnose almost any computer, (including silly proprietary apple computer parts)
- Use Linux on my other towers
- Can make VST plugins for FL Studio for my own projects
- Autodesk Maya & a bit of 3ds Max & a teeny bit of Blender
- Cryptocurrencies
- MS DOS(Including the shitty DOS-based trackers that make good, authentic sound, but navigating is like playing the Oboe[Really hard and frustrating])
- FL Studio and LMMS
- FamiTracker
- OpenMPT
- LSDJ on BGB(Still computer related!)

I've always found that composing on LSDJ and FamiTracker were just like programming, which is why they're my sweet spot between plugging notes into FL Studio and writing a game.

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England

i am the best at msn excel, restarting software and rebooting computers in the department i work in. i think that this is worrying.

Last edited by Jellica (Feb 9, 2016 5:55 pm)

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UK

Also a web dev here, mostly front-end and JS, 5 years experience, php/perpl/C (IOT)
Running arch linux at the moment and loving it
Chiptune primarily on LSDJ

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C
C#
C++
Ruby
Python
Linux
Web stuff

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New Albany Indiana

-breaks every computer
-knows how to make rag tag repairs so computer can work.