At 6/24/12 05:19 AM, 8Nairb wrote:
I have a survey for you programmers out there and I would like some answers.
Please help me out, some nice responses would be much appreciated.
What programming languages have you used already?
x86 ASM, Turbo ASM, C, OOC, C++, Python, Perl, PHP, Java, AS2, AS3, JS, a bit of C#, GLSL (OpenGL) and Direct3D.
Which of the programming languages that you've mentioned do you usually use and how do you use it / what purpose?
x86 ASM - as a part time demoscener, this assembly language is highly important for coders like us who want to save space for their 64kb, 4kb & below. I spend my spare time to master my skills at this language as much as possible.
C++ - currently working for a large tech company that it adores C++ so much that I have to keep my aggressive opinion to myself toward the hatred at C++. Another reason why I use C++ is because of OpenGL.
OOC - stands for Object Oriented C. It's a direct replacement for object oriented language C++. OOC means for small project and quick implements in budgeted development. I use OOC for personal Linux development. I also have personal opinions and conflicts between OOC and C++, especially during the debugging moment...
Python - what I call it, a Swiss Army knife in programming world. I am a penetrating tester so I use Python (also Perl or PHP) mostly for writing quick attack scripts for exploitation.
PHP - a worthy language for web development due to its speed but shitty computing security. Surprisingly most vulnerable sites I ever encountered are written in PHP (Perl and Python-made scripts are much secure). I believe this is not a coincident...