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It seemed popular on the other site we all used, let's give it a go.

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We all know this is what he really wanted to paint :p

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Rukk likes this thread a lot.

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msgPostFebruary 5, 2017, 15:21
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So true
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I really like this one:

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msgPostFebruary 6, 2017, 09:12
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Crazy
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KlemoibPostFebruary 6, 2017, 11:00
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hehehe. That mario picture is pretty cool.

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lol, I can't help boring you for a bit with "insider" knowledge, but it's incredible how well the programmers of the past were able to make things fast AND small. They had no choice - the hardware was limited. They were much, much better programmers than we are. Every person of average intelligence can become a programmer nowadays if they are persistent enough. The helper tools and the much more powerful hardware allowing for much more sloppily written things to still run well have made it possible.

Sometimes, it really feels like you're cheating through life.

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Quote from msg on February 3, 2017, 09:57

It seemed popular on the other site we all used, let's give it a go.

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*nods seriously*

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Quote from Vlado on February 6, 2017, 18:44

lol, I can't help boring you for a bit with "insider" knowledge, but it's incredible how well the programmers of the past were able to make things fast AND small. They had no choice - the hardware was limited. They were much, much better programmers than we are. Every person of average intelligence can become a programmer nowadays if they are persistent enough. The helper tools and the much more powerful hardware allowing for much more sloppily written things to still run well have made it possible.

Sometimes, it really feels like you're cheating through life.

Yup. I'm really fascinated by how they used to program. They had direct access to every bit of hardware. They played it like an instrument and used the bugs to their advantage. I really don't like newer forms of programming. Someone even showed me a program called vvvvv and it made programming into a visual drag and drop thing. Even a retarded elephant could make something happen. I was really disappointed with that. Now I'm just starting to learn assembly language from the old computer guy at school. His eyes shine when you bring up the old stuff. He likes it more. He used to use more fancy stuff for programming, but he got a bad taste from it. Now he only codes in c.

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If I had spare time, like two weekends, I wouldn't be learning coding, I'd be gaming.

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Lol
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Quote from Vlado on February 6, 2017, 18:44

lol, I can't help boring you for a bit with "insider" knowledge, but it's incredible how well the programmers of the past were able to make things fast AND small. They had no choice - the hardware was limited. They were much, much better programmers than we are. Every person of average intelligence can become a programmer nowadays if they are persistent enough. The helper tools and the much more powerful hardware allowing for much more sloppily written things to still run well have made it possible.

Sometimes, it really feels like you're cheating through life.

Hey Vlad. Did you know the original Championship Manager games were coded by two brothers in their bedroom?

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Quote from Klemoib on February 7, 2017, 09:14
Quote from Vlado on February 6, 2017, 18:44

lol, I can't help boring you for a bit with "insider" knowledge, but it's incredible how well the programmers of the past were able to make things fast AND small. They had no choice - the hardware was limited. They were much, much better programmers than we are. Every person of average intelligence can become a programmer nowadays if they are persistent enough. The helper tools and the much more powerful hardware allowing for much more sloppily written things to still run well have made it possible.

Sometimes, it really feels like you're cheating through life.

Yup. I'm really fascinated by how they used to program. They had direct access to every bit of hardware. They played it like an instrument and used the bugs to their advantage. I really don't like newer forms of programming. Someone even showed me a program called vvvvv and it made programming into a visual drag and drop thing. Even a retarded elephant could make something happen. I was really disappointed with that. Now I'm just starting to learn assembly language from the old computer guy at school. His eyes shine when you bring up the old stuff. He likes it more. He used to use more fancy stuff for programming, but he got a bad taste from it. Now he only codes in c.

Ah, you are learning assembly? That's impressive! I once made a little game with assembly back in 1st year of university with a colleague. It was a space invaders kind of thing, although we didn't get to the enemies actually firing at you. But it was fun. Haven't used it ever since... It doesn't have much practical use anymore.

And I like that "old computer guy". I've never done much in pure C, but from theory, I know it's much more reliable than the fancier stuff.

Quote from msg on February 7, 2017, 15:32

Hey Vlad. Did you know the original Championship Manager games were coded by two brothers in their bedroom?

Not surprised, heh. I also like the story of the original Prince of Persia where some dude coded it himself and he asked his brother to climb stuff so he could observe him and make the sprites move similarly.

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True story
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That balloon one made me laugh.

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