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#1 davidwong


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Posted 22 May 2005 - 01:33 PM

i am david,i am registered user of many webcasts,using the same davidwong,
i may post many threads later,to help you while gaining your help.
well,i am now a student of applied math who want to use computer modeling to solve real world problem,my understanding of the engineering process(save the hell out of the bullbleep of the red-taped engineering resources of various sources,they are not for easy understanding of newbies and create obastacles of learning).
easily speaking on the key:
1.know how many problems,and what are they,your expectation of how well
each one of them to be solved.(in a feasible manner,which is more non-tech related and domain-specific)
2.use the human language,semi-pseudo code,flowcharts,tables,other tools,etc
to describe the logic of various level of a system(usually not very big but maybe complex here),if implemented,can solve the problem in your expectation.
3.programming to implement the logic as well as to make it well compatible with a hardware/os/net protocol/compiler/language/database socket as quickly and as completely and as high quality as possible.
4.test the above
1.logic in design 2.grammatic
1.mannual checking 2.running and experincing
5.repeat the process above again and agian under a method and improve the method(which is use for efficient improving your program)(and i already have some of them)

i know there maybe somebody say it is too inflexible and blindly following the authoritative,no,they are not that great,they are higher and higher popular,standardized,and even automated,a classmate tell me(5 mloc for linux in 1990,50kloc in1995,its 500loc today!!!)

however,the problem is,if logically loosely coupled or even transparent among logic,programming,and compatibiltiy,everything can be solved.
,but unfortunately,it is today still so far from reality even though java and .net is trying its best to do it.eliminating such problem is more than being as hard as eliminating mosqitoes.and i have the experince of structural language programming and vb and some win32 api,or linux between 1997-2000,then turn to do something else. and the language in these years is truly changed a lot, and mixed enviroment is commonplace,interoperability is highly required and growing in popularity and nessasity.re-study a oop language is not that hard,but even java
and C++ have typical different in pointer,garbage collection,multiple inheritance,
so re-studying require time,when you use that well,they are facing the danger of outdated.so it is even hard to be a follower this way in the field of IT.

so i can show you a lot about how to program problem which is my strength
because of my skill in applied math,i can show you the detail of algorithm of game, expert system,security and crytography,hacking,or decision-support and expert system in the quickest and easiest to learn manner.if you know some math.
and we need your help on help me all popular instances of oop,os,hardware,other framework of system.

if you like,you can contact me xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
but i have to say,i am little meticulous,if you disagree,do not use hoaxes,rumors,noisy info,or gossip to bother me,and any off topic is intolerable.
especially violent and slandering word regarding politics ideaology and issues,nationaism,religion,partisanship,etc.
if you disagree,i will use trunk spam to packet you offlines.

best regard

yours david.wong

MOD EDIT: E-mail address was removed for your safety.

Edited by tg1911, 23 May 2005 - 05:02 PM.

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#2 noonytunes


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Posted 22 May 2005 - 01:41 PM

Welcome, david! I'm sure you'll enjoy bleepingcomputer.com. Come and join us in the games under General Topics--Forum Games and Bleeping Computer Arcade. It's a good way to get acquainted.

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Posted 22 May 2005 - 04:38 PM

:thumbsup: to BC! davidwong.
We're always looking for a some harmless fun in the Forum Games. :flowers: And you'll love our help. We provide easy to understand instructions for complete beginners. :trumpet:

Good Luck,

#4 tg1911


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Posted 23 May 2005 - 05:04 PM

Hello davidwong, and welcome to Bleeping Computer.
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