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Hey, I'm Jung and joined from Ace's signature from another forum. lurked around it and looks like a forum I want to be in. I'm in web development and design, and programming.

I don't know much about programming, but I'm learning Java from computer science class at school (I'm actually surprised I'm learning programming from school) and I know Python from looking documents and some tutorials (kinda stopped looking at python).

I know basic web dev languages fluently. (PHP,Javascript,HTML,CSS)

Oh and I'm Korean. AND I'm working on a new personal website atm.
Nice to see you around Jung :) I hope you'll enjoy this forum regardless of your activity here. We're dedicated to holding a strong community full of knowledge and support from others within the TLF community.

There's a few people around who know some Java. KoBE himself actually took a Java class, although it seemed he didn't enjoy it as much as C++, as I'm the same as well. Java isn't for me, but I know some people rave about it over anything else :).

Learning programming from school is a great advantage and opportunity. Continue with it, and stick with it if you enjoy it! I didn't get any programming opportunities in my education through school.

PHP, JS, HTML, and CSS are amazingly useful languages if you want to be come a web dev, or a webmaster... You'll be high in demand if you specialize in at least one or two of those languages, which correlates to a good income for a career if you choose that direction!

I seen your website through another thread, it looked decent to me :)

Good to have you around!

cheers
~Ace
thanks! At first I was taking Comp Sci to get into AP Comp Sci, but I'm really enjoying it right now. There is no C++ class right now and I feel I'm too busy with school and everything else to deal with it.
I also heard you get paid a lot from being a web dev for a company, but i also heard jobs that deal with php most of the time is boring. so I don't really know what to think of it.

I'm still in High school and I'm thinking also about getting further into Computer Science in college. Thanks for the feedback and the welcome! I'll make sure I stick around and contribute.
PHP is only enjoyable as it is for you, so after a while you can judge that for yourself. It's the only way to decide a career path. Do what you want to do in life, that's my advice. I thought I wanted to be an airplane mechanic when I was younger, then an engineer to generalize things, and now i'm really an Audio Visual technician and an automation programmer. But on my spare time i'm a software developer, I've actually made a few programs for other companies as well. But these are all things that I enjoy, so it's the only thing that keeps me going. :)
I'm a bit late, but I'd like to extend a welcome as well!

If you are looking to learn and/or share some things, this is the place for you!
(10-06-2012, 09:40 PM)AceInfinity Wrote: [ -> ]PHP is only enjoyable as it is for you, so after a while you can judge that for yourself. It's the only way to decide a career path. Do what you want to do in life, that's my advice. I thought I wanted to be an airplane mechanic when I was younger, then an engineer to generalize things, and now i'm really an Audio Visual technician and an automation programmer. But on my spare time i'm a software developer, I've actually made a few programs for other companies as well. But these are all things that I enjoy, so it's the only thing that keeps me going. :)

Thanks for the great tip!

(10-08-2012, 05:37 PM)KoBE Wrote: [ -> ]I'm a bit late, but I'd like to extend a welcome as well!

If you are looking to learn and/or share some things, this is the place for you!

Thanks! hoping to learn some more high level languages.
(10-08-2012, 07:42 PM)Jung3o Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks! hoping to learn some more high level languages.

More of working with the .NET framework or? Something else that would be considered a high level language?
(10-08-2012, 11:30 PM)AceInfinity Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-08-2012, 07:42 PM)Jung3o Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks! hoping to learn some more high level languages.

More of working with the .NET framework or? Something else that would be considered a high level language?

I'd say .NET is good enough for me.
For a Windows developer, there's nothing wrong with that, unless you just want something more powerful, which may require a low level language like Assembly, or even a 'medium level language' like C++. I wish you luck in your programming :) It's fun if you keep learning and don't give up.

cheers
Hi, nice to be meeting you!