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Profile Mike Hagley (Seek)

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Message 1969171 - Posted: 7 Dec 2018, 22:35:37 UTC

I am working on several projects regarding network security and analysis. The project is VeriWing and I will release a link when it's completed. Other than that, what kind of projects has the SETI Community been writing? Thanks!
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Message 1971144 - Posted: 20 Dec 2018, 3:30:46 UTC - in response to Message 1969171.  

I'm not a programmer, but I did start trying to learn Java. I followed along with a book called Java in 24 hours and wrote the same programs that were in the book. Then I used the book to write a couple small programs of my own. That was a year ago.
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Message 1972532 - Posted: 29 Dec 2018, 19:45:18 UTC - in response to Message 1969171.  

I don't consider myself a programmer.

More of a scripter really.

I'm quite good with python.

Have done some funky things with Access Database and VB, SQL.

Most of my stuff is for personal use but have done some charitable work for foodbanks to set up their databases.

Delved into PHP.

I understand some C, C++ and C#

I play with microprocessors as a hobby. (Home automation, robotics etc..)

As a kid did BASIC, ALGOL and COBOL... Only remeber BASIC now.

I really like python. It's a very natural programming language.

The only issue with Python for me is that GUI Editors are not always that good.
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