Computers - Software Hardware : IDE ONE - An online code sharing/collaboration tool

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  1. Gorilla

    Gorilla Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    This tool seems pretty handy for sharing code with people and it comes with the added bonus of being able to compile/interpret submissions. If you need to share some code in one of the 40 languages supported by, this isn't a bad way to do it.

    http://ideone.com/
     
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    Gorilla - are you a programmer and what languages do you program with? I program with several different language in a cross platform environment - I would be interested in hearing your skills - I might have some work for you if your into sub-contracting
     
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    I guess. I'm a generalist at heart since I don't do much life science since Uni. Anywho, here's the list:
    • C
    • C++
    • Perl
    • Python
    • Ruby
    • Played around with a few lisp dialects
    I guess you can include the usual web development related stuff like some JavaScript, CSS, HTML, XML, and some templating languages (haml, jinja2).
    I haven't programmed much in Windows, and I'm probably leaving out specialized stuff like R and a very very limited amount of octave.

    It's good to see more people who like to tinker and code.

    Currently, I'm not looking for any contract work.
     
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    ru2religious Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I like the fact that you know Python more then any other language which is highly important such as C++ and Ruby - we should talk - do you know how to build live chat with Python?
     
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    ru2religious Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The Web development languages are pretty common but you also have XML down - do you know how to write XML/XLST languages for databases?
     
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    Gorilla Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    What do you mean by live chat? As in a chatroom or Instant Messenger? Either way, I'd start taking a look at XMPP. It's an open standard and it's being used in quite a number of profitable projects. Jingle also provides VoIP/video stuff.
     
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    Gorilla Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I can write XML fine. It's just a markup language for structuring data. I haven't done any XLST, but I did quite a bit of XPath stuff (not just on XML documents either).
     
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    Really!!! Good times - that's pretty much the same thing right? XPath hosting both qualities of XLST and JQuery ...
     
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    XPath is subset of XQuery (JQuery is a popular JavaScript Library), which I've never used but it looks interesting. XLST is a way to style results into HTML.
     
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    Programming .... Blarg!

    More power to you guys who like to do it.
     
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