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Programming & God

Started by Jean Meslier. Last reply by Akshay Bist Jul 20, 2011. 1 Reply

Has "X" number of years of coding affected your beliefs? Were you a theist before you became a programmer. For myself, I think my years using logic and abstract thinking made me think more critically…Continue

Tags: magic, programming, Faith, God, Coding

Dave Hitts

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Very Bad Theater

Over the years I’ve participated in every performing art except dance. There are unenforced rules that guide every good performer. The Show Must Go On. Always Leave Them Wanting More. Don’t Work With Kids or Animals. And one that is just as important, but seldom discussed: Give Them What You Promised. If you said you […]

The People Who Voted For Trump

Hillary lost the electoral college, which is the only thing that matters, but won the popular vote by a mere .3%. Against a buffoon like Trump. With the nearly all of the media on her side. With her party squeezing out a more popular candidate to hand her the nomination. With the payoffs (bribes in […]

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Comment by Thomas54 on November 21, 2011 at 4:03am

Hi all. 25 yrs in IT. Not sure it had any effect on my religious beliefs which have never been significant. I was interested in Zen Buddhism (DT Suzuki's books) for a few years. It's probably true that coding and thinking logically tends to encourage atheist viewpoints.

Comment by Abigail Michell on September 16, 2011 at 8:27pm

Any other Delphi coders here?

Comment by Ryan Trundle on August 17, 2011 at 9:58am

I have a map pop up that aligns itself halfway off screen and is not movable. Any ideas?

 

Comment by Jean Meslier on July 19, 2011 at 3:32am
I have done 370 ASM to c# and many more. Coding since 1984 off and on. Starting to play with iOS & Objective c.
Comment by Trance Gemini on December 31, 2009 at 8:51am
Hiya.

I'm a Web and Software Developer and I work in a bunch of different languages. Mostly MS VS on Windows.
Comment by Scott A. Hunt on November 27, 2009 at 7:47pm
I wonder if I'm the only burnout in this group. At some point what I do for a living became mundane and boring. I think that has a lot to do with the last few companies I've worked for though.
Comment by Scott A. Hunt on November 5, 2009 at 11:42am
How do the discussions posted in this group by Dave Hitts relate to programming/coding/etc?
Comment by Geektheist (Rocky Oliver) on November 5, 2009 at 11:14am
Been in IT since 1992 (as a profession - geek my whole life). I specialize in collaborative technologies, predominately Notes/Domino and other IBM/Lotus products/platforms. I also "do" MS stuff (i.e. Office, Sharepoint, .NET, etc.), but Lotus has been paying the bills for quite some time. I am currently the CTO of Workflow Studios (www.workflowstudios.com), and I have a blog at http://www.lotusgeek.com . I speak at conferences all over the world, and I have written a couple of books along the way (last one - "Notes and Domino 6 Programming Bible", Wiley 2003).
Comment by Peter on October 15, 2009 at 12:48pm
wow.. thats impressive.. anyone remember CICS?? that was fun.. then java tool over atm's and all gone
Comment by Dave G on October 15, 2009 at 11:03am
I wrote an entire blood bank cataloging, inventory and processing system in MUMPS once. Convoluted stuff.
 

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Programming & God

Started by Jean Meslier. Last reply by Akshay Bist Jul 20, 2011. 1 Reply

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