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-Currently a Computer Science student, long time macintosh user (as of 1995, so don't give me that mac fanboy crap)– but became interested in GNUStep after apple started making some quationable design decisions. Alwyas been interested in having a system to (at least partially) call his own.+[http://stackoverflow.com/users/888715/awiebe http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/795711.png]
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 +Currently a Computer Science student, long time macintosh user (as of 1995, so don't give me that mac fanboy crap)– but became interested in GNUStep after apple started making some questionable design decisions. Always been interested in having a system to (at least partially) call his own.
==Languages== ==Languages==
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Put "GNUStep" in the subject line. Put "GNUStep" in the subject line.
-awiebe@Burningthumb.com+awiebe ;a-t; Burningthumb com

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Currently a Computer Science student, long time macintosh user (as of 1995, so don't give me that mac fanboy crap)– but became interested in GNUStep after apple started making some questionable design decisions. Always been interested in having a system to (at least partially) call his own.

Contents

Languages

  • English,French
  • C
  • C++
  • Objc/C++
  • C#(kind of)
  • Java
  • Javascript
  • Bash
  • Php
  • SQL
  • X/HTML
  • XML
  • VB(Only because I used some in a course)

Comp Sci Interests

  • DSP
  • BSP
  • Graphics (3D & 2D)
  • Audio Processing
  • Video Processing
  • Games

Likes using, but has others write

  • Databases
  • Compression
  • Physics Engines
  • Drawing Libraries
  • Web rendering Agents

Turn Ons

  • Clean, crisp code.
  • Descriptive varible names.

Turn Offs

  • Endianness Issues.
  • Indentation and Bracketing issues
  • People who think ( C ) int == int32_t
  • People who take the above headers literally.

How to Contact

Put "GNUStep" in the subject line. awiebe ;a-t; Burningthumb com