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    Waiting for code to compile in a large solution...

    is insanely depressing. Especially when incremental building isn't set up properly. Sigh!

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    why does this post make my spam radar go off????
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    I am not sure this is spam.. The spammers have been out in full force lately with long paragraphs.. haha. However, I have absolutely no clue what the hell the OP is talking about here... haha..
    "We can always find excuses if we want to find them, but if we really want to do something, we have to just go."

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    Hmm, wasn't intended as spam, more a hope that there were other coders on the forum who share my pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sof View Post
    Hmm, wasn't intended as spam, more a hope that there were other coders on the forum who share my pain.
    you're freaking me out man!!!!

    way too personable for a spammy bot - and you have detailed bike build in your info (not spammer'ish).....

    that and you haven't tried to convince me that viagra wielding ugg boot sporting Russian women want to be my bride....



    But yes, I feel your pain - I do not program, but have had programmers work for me...
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    Have to lure you into a false sense of security first. 10more minutes compile time to go. Then I can actually do some work.

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    Waiting for code to compile in a large solution...

    ... See below...ugh, tapatalk
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    Waiting for code to compile in a large solution...

    This thread reminded me of "Newman" from Jurassic Park...time to hit the vending machine and release the dinosaurs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    This thread reminded me of Jurassic Park.
    Jurassic Park makes me glad I'm a windows users. Think about it. "I know this, it's a Unix system" - that unix system is in control of all the doors. Raptors can open the doors, therefore, raptors must know unix.

    So basically, I'm safer from raptors because I use windows.

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    OP i gave you your first green chicklett... You can thank me later for the awesomeness it will bestow upon you.
    "We can always find excuses if we want to find them, but if we really want to do something, we have to just go."

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodak06 View Post
    OP i gave you your first green chicklett... You can thank me later for the awesomeness it will bestow upon you.
    I genuinely have no idea what a green chicklett is, but thank you nonetheless.

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    That little green box below "mtbr member" under your screen name. Be careful now, don't let that go to your head...

    Who/What do you "program" for?
    "We can always find excuses if we want to find them, but if we really want to do something, we have to just go."

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodak06 View Post
    That little green box below "mtbr member" under your screen name. Be careful now, don't let that go to your head...

    Who/What do you "program" for?
    I program for a financial company called Sage. Mostly C++, C# and occasional dabbles into other such languages. Finished for the night now thankfully, so a cup of tea is in order (yes, I'm painfully British)

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    Ugh... your still confusing me with you lingo! haha..
    "We can always find excuses if we want to find them, but if we really want to do something, we have to just go."

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodak06 View Post
    Ugh... your still confusing me with you lingo! haha..
    I think what he is saying is you know the programmers that make games like Angry Birds, Where's my Water?, and the like. That is not what he does. He programs useful things like "Hello World" using 16,000,000 lines of code.

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    Maybe the OP has written a program that rounds off every percentage of a cent, and has it automatically deposit in a special account. An account the company does not know about. No one will ever notice, so it's not really stealing. Besides, we're only talking percentages of 1 cent. It's a victimless crime.
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    Too bad he's back coding. I want to hear more about how to meet some dinosaurs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    Too bad he's back coding. I want to hear more about how to meet some dinosaurs.
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    I have no idea about what anybody in this thread is talking about.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    I have no idea about what anybody in this thread is talking about.....
    So i take it you only code in Java?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    I have no idea about what anybody in this thread is talking about.....
    Does this help?


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    do i = 1 to 20;
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    This is one of those topics where I know *just* enough to be dangerous

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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Maybe the OP has written a program that rounds off every percentage of a cent, and has it automatically deposit in a special account. An account the company does not know about. No one will ever notice, so it's not really stealing. Besides, we're only talking percentages of 1 cent. It's a victimless crime.
    we have a winner.
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    "If the child urinates along with the caretaker just isn't vigilant in the yeast is just too strong for it to affect them"

    I felt an overwhelming need to quote my, to date, favorite spammer line.

    Yes, I actually read them. Something fascinating about trying to translate the butchering they give English.

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    Sage you say eh? "shudders"

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    You found the ******* who took my red stapler?!

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    irony? the spam needs canned.
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    Long builds depress you? Obviously you're new at this or wound too tight. I've worked on huge projects where we'd change code at the lowest level to force a full rebuild so we could play ping pong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    So i take it you only code in Java?
    I could see Tone's being a Python programmer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    Too bad he's back coding. I want to hear more about how to meet some dinosaurs.
    I thought you met tone already
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    Quote Originally Posted by deke505 View Post
    I thought you met tone already
    He was too distracted by a silicone love making machine for me to see any actual dinosaur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wv_bob View Post
    Long builds depress you? Obviously you're new at this or wound too tight. I've worked on huge projects where we'd change code at the lowest level to force a full rebuild so we could play ping pong.
    Haha, under normal circumstances I'd happily do a full build as an excuse to play with lightsabers xkcd: Compiling however, we're extremely close to a deadline at the minute, so delays are a little more painful.

    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    He was too distracted by a silicone love making machine for me to see any actual dinosaur.
    I've come to the conclusion we means different things when we say "dinosaur" :P

    Also loving the references to milton and his stapler, but actually can't believe this thread survived the night

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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Maybe the OP has written a program that rounds off every percentage of a cent, and has it automatically deposit in a special account. An account the company does not know about. No one will ever notice, so it's not really stealing. Besides, we're only talking percentages of 1 cent. It's a victimless crime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikemaya View Post
    You found the ******* who took my Swingline stapler?!
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    I still have no idea what anybody is talking about in this thread....
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    Waiting for code to compile in a large solution...

    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    So i take it you only code in Java?
    Ouch. This made me laugh and I am a Java programmer.


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    I routinely used to develop projects that took overnight to build.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BoomerBrian View Post
    Ouch. This made me laugh and I am a Java programmer.
    ouch, sorry to hear it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sof View Post
    ouch, sorry to hear it
    In my neck of the woods Java is where the money is at. We also use Groovy at work which is fun.

    Java is ok. It has several annoyances but there are a ton of libraries that can help you overcome them. Sometimes though there are too many options which makes it harder to understand which is best practice.

    Been working on some iPad apps on the side and that has been pretty fun. Objective c syntax is a bit different for me but I find Xcode to be a pretty sweet IDE.

    What is everyone's favorite language?


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    C++ because it sorts the men from the boys Or just because I've been using it the longest. I like a lot of the features of C#, and if I'm feeling really lazy, then I actually don't mind auto garbage collection. But to be honest, just writing in a managed language feels like it's gonna be slow (though granted it's faster to write).

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