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Title: Your Skills
Post by: Leviathan on May 07, 2005, 05:40:33 PM
Post your skills! What progs can ya use? What languages can ya script in. etc.

Ill start off... I got:

Web Making
Adobe Premiere
Limited HTML
Limited Visual Basic
Limited Pascal
Limited Image Editing/Creation - Photoshop & Paintshop Pro
Very Limited Visual C++
Very Limited mIRC scripting.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: zigzagjoe on May 07, 2005, 05:57:10 PM
some php
limited perl
some c++
some java/javascript
photoshop/image editing
windows longhorn
win xp
mac os 6.0.8-10.2.8
limited *nix
advanced dos-based windows
advanced nt-based windows
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Punboy on May 07, 2005, 07:02:18 PM
Advanced HTML (CSS1,1.5, 2, XML, limited XMLRPC, advanced javascript)
Limited PHP
Intermediate C++
Advanced C and Objective C
Advanced Java
Graphical skills (GIMP 1.3-2.2, Photoshop 7-CS2)
Advanced *NIX administration skills (Most experienced in SuSE, Redhat, and Debian linux distributions, FreeBSD, MacOS X)
MacOS 8.5-9.2 Administration skills.
Expert Python Programming
Debug PERL scripts, however it gives me a headache.
Limited assembly.
Advanced Windows Administration skills (2.0-WinXP SP2, and some Longhorn Developer Preview)

There are more, but they arent as important.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Phantom on May 07, 2005, 09:52:47 PM
Basic HTML
Basic Macromedia Flash
Basic Macromedia Dreamweaver
Basic Adobe Photoshop 8 CS
Intermediate 3d Studio Max
Intermediate Pinnacle Studio Version 9 (Video Editing and DVD Authoring)
Advanced Autodesk Autocad 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005
Experienced with working in Dos, win3.1, win95, win98, win2000, winXP Home, winXP Pro.

I probably know of others, but can't think of them all right now.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Toshiro on May 07, 2005, 10:43:16 PM
Advanced html (CSS, XML, java, DHTML)
advanced PHP
limited ASP(x)
advanced C/C++, somewhat limited C#. include object oriented here also
advanced assembly (Z80, 808x, Motorolas 6xxx, ix86, ax86)
sucks at VB for some unknown reason
good photoshop skills, tho i lack creativity
Intermediate flash, very good actionscript, but then again, i lack creativity
limited *nix, though slackware loves me and i love him back
limited PERL
limited PYTHON
unfortunatly, i have good skills at being an admin for micros*** based system, ranging from DOS to Windows 2003 Server.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: coolzero on May 08, 2005, 07:07:53 AM
visual basic 6
max 3ds
movie maker from windos (who cant  <_<  :P )
limited C++
limeted python
limeted perl
macromedia flash

and thast about it :D but remember i am way yonger then you dudes :P
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Eddy-B on May 08, 2005, 09:42:12 AM
Basic BASIC .. lol i mean: oldstyle c-64 basic, QBasic; that stuff
Advanced c/c++ (incl. c-builder VCL)
Advanced Pascal (incl. delphi VCL)
Object-Windows coding (OWL)
Resource coding (dll/exe)
Advanced assembly, several languages Z80/8085; 80x86; 65xx (c-64)
Some graphics (photoshop)
Some hacking capabilities
HTML/DHTML/CSS/javascripting/some basic flash
Limited Java-coding

there may be other skills i have, but this is what i can think of atm
Title: Your Skills
Post by: it2000us on May 08, 2005, 11:38:25 AM
It may not look like i know how to use a whole bunch of programs, but these programs that i use im very good at them and some of you can back me up on this cuz you have seen my work.

Adobe Photoshop 8CS
Bryce 5
Web Design

Also im a DJ so i know how to use:
Fruituloops 5 Pro
Reason 2.5
Title: Your Skills
Post by: BlackBox on May 08, 2005, 05:52:59 PM
Indepth HTML, CSS, Javascript.
Indepth PHP
Indepth C/C++

Quite a bit of x86 assembler. I'm learning a little of 68k and ARM assembly.
Quite a bit of Tcl (though I don't like it).
Some Java (another thing I hate, I can't remember much anymore).

Indepth QBasic,GWBASIC. QuickBasic 7.2 (Heh heh).

Some basic shell scripting. I know my way around a unix box. (It's not that hard really)

AutoCAD 2000i.

All Windows (yuck, but yeah)

And probably a lot more I can't think of atm...
Title: Your Skills
Post by: bouzip on May 10, 2005, 05:40:44 AM
little c++
litlle html too

nothing else, too lazy to learn -_-
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Freeza-CII on May 18, 2005, 05:57:10 AM
Other then knowing a little of this and that, I dont know s***.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: LupusShearhart on May 19, 2005, 01:42:23 AM
Let's see...

C/Visual C++
Visual Basic, VBScript (slightly different)
Java, Javascript (slightly different.)

Not so advanced:
Limited x86 assembly...
Very limited PHP...
Title: Your Skills
Post by: zhukant on May 23, 2005, 12:53:20 AM
Wow. Looks like anything and everything I can or will be able to do in the near future is neatly covered. Oh well. I hope I can still help somehow...

Title: Your Skills
Post by: plymoth45 on May 24, 2005, 10:47:32 PM
Well, i'm already blown away lol, but i'll give it a go.

Good at figuring some things out.
Fair Web Coding (As in HTML, doesn't include Java or anything fancy)
Bad Web Design (Mostly cause I suck at designing things)
Fair Adobe Photoshop
Fair Flash (Actionscript included)
Basic C++
Basic  PHP
Title: Your Skills
Post by: RockNavator on June 14, 2005, 06:51:29 AM
Expert PHP
Expert MySQL
Expert HTML
Advanced JavaScript
Average DHTML
Average CSS
Average Flash
Basic XML

Advanced Visual Basic
Intermediate C++(not visual)

Pretty Good Windows Administration

I can use just about any program that you throw at me. I learn interfaces extremly quickly. I, essentially, have no Low-Level Programming skill.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: cycletronic on June 14, 2005, 05:56:02 PM
Uber Expert C++
Expert Flash
Good Photoshop
Pretty Darn Good Maya (3D... and yes, I have a licensed copy)
Average OP2
Some Python + about 10 random languages
Super Ultra Mad Juggling Skillz
Funkified Utterly Wicked Unicycling Skillz
No Nunchuk skills, though.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: leeor_net on June 24, 2005, 09:38:41 PM
C/C++ (10+ years)
BASIC (DOS - 12+ years)
Visual BASIC (limited - 6 months)
CGI (limited)
PHP (Limited)
ntech Scripting Language (this is my own language :) )
WDL (version 1.3)
ASM (x86 through 586, NES, SNES)
Basic PlayStation C Coding

Web Design
Web Applications Development
Graphic Design (1 year with CompUSA Professionally)
Microsoft Certified Desktop Applications Instructor
Microsoft Certified IT Professional
Network/Systems Administrators
PhotoShop 4 - CS2
Flash MX

A+ Cert
Net+ Cert
Cisco Cert

Hardware Design (Desktop Computers)
Hardware Problem Diagnosis

Why am I not paid more than I already am? ... could be that I don;t have a college degree... :(
Title: Your Skills
Post by: lordly_dragon on June 24, 2005, 09:39:14 PM
programing domain:

-good html
-poor vba
-poor php

graphic domain:

-fair corel photopaint
-fair photoshop

audio domain :

-exelent background music composer (midi convertible to wav and mp3)
-fair special effect composer  (midi convertible to wav and mp3)

duty here: im here to learn :)
Title: Your Skills
Post by: dm-horus on November 14, 2005, 06:34:04 AM

Photoshop CS
Macromedia MX
Web Design
Graphic Design
Technical Writing

3D Modelling - Beginner

Programming of any kind - Poor/Unfamiliar


Thats all I can think of at the moment. Theres more that Im leaving out but its prolly of no use to this project. Ill add more as it becomes relevant.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Sirbomber on November 19, 2005, 01:30:33 PM
Nothing at all!
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Stormy on November 19, 2005, 01:34:31 PM

For some reason, I REALLY enjoy making models, and that is what makes me good at what I do (well, good for someone my age.. I'll be a lot better as I get more practice.. I mean.. look at my human model I"m working on!)

Milkshape 3D

OH! I forgot my live production skills I use at church!
Professional Studio Style Camera
Video Engineer
Graphics (I run the slides)
Learning GrandMA MaLighting Homepage (http://www.malighting.com)
Learning to run Live sound



Photoshop (I'll learn a lot once I buy it)
TI- Basic
A bit about FTPs (who doesn't? lol)
I build computers! w00t
Percussion (I'm in the Drumline ^^)

I'm DECENT in Maya

Graphics Design (i'm not the best... but I have quite a few ideas)

Distribruted Rendering

3D Art Technology and whatnot .... How it works etc..
Distribruted Rendering

RPGMaker XP <<< kinda crummy now that I think about it.. I used it for a school project once ^^. Of course.. I got an A!  (thumbsup)



I'm getting into Python Scripting for Blender.
Particle Effects Artist



 CODING CODING CODING!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH (It hurts my  head like modeling hurts some people's head) I just can't visualize what I need to do to make my program work... and usually when I make something... it never works <.<

Note: I could probably become VERY good at coding if I had a real interest.. but I have a HUGE interest in modeling and the like... so I"ll stick to gfx

Remember.. I'm 13 btw, and I'm still learning :P

Just a few eh? B)
Title: Your Skills
Post by: spirit1flyer on November 19, 2005, 02:22:54 PM
well lets see,


Sound board
I am learning how to work the sound board at my church and I have almost all of the controls down :P

I know a lot more about it now but I have a lot more to learn before I could use it for other things besides coding colony missions

Lego films
I have been working on filming for some time now but I can't do anything like this guy yet http://www.bluntmation.com/films.php (http://www.bluntmation.com/films.php)

I don't know much about it at all I just know a little copy and past :P  thats why I mess up my forum so much  :lol:

Visual BASIC
I made a pretty good game years ago with this but I have not touched it since then so I am very rusty


I am very good with Smart FTP a great program

3D work

I was pretty good with a program my brother found for me but I lost the program  :(  I don't remember the name though  <_<



I have 12 years under my belt with violin and I am proud to say I am very good with it

Horseback riding
I am skilled in all forms of riding except side saddle
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Sirbomber on November 19, 2005, 06:27:42 PM
Oooh, horseback riding, eh? Trying to show off? Well I can eat an entire cake AND two gallons of ice cream in a short amount of time!

If it's cake and ice cream I like of course.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Betaray on November 19, 2005, 06:40:25 PM
I dont have any skills in any form of programming or 3-D modeling

I cant even make a decent flash

I cant draw worth crap

I dont eat much

but I do know how to make cool fusion
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Anima_Vex on February 18, 2006, 05:29:00 PM
Leeor, you know FORTRAN? Wow. (has a Computer Programming pamplet that says all of the programming languages) Isn't that, like, old and stuff?



Good at problem solving

Drawing (Paper and pencil. I'm mainly a Manga Artist for fun.)

Windows (I know the ins and outs of it)

Basic computer knowledge (Hardware types, functions, what not to do and what to do, etc.)

Learning Visual Basic (I just got the program.)

Little HTML

Writing (Pretty good. I'm writing a story at the moment and waiting for the Genesis story template so we can start working on it)

However, I'd love to learn how to code. So, I'm also here to learn from the masters. I'm ana wesome gamer, though. I love RPGs.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Vexhare on February 18, 2006, 10:21:10 PM
The only real skills I have are accounting and creative writing ones!!
Title: Your Skills
Post by: leeor_net on February 18, 2006, 11:46:23 PM
Leeor, you know FORTRAN? Wow. (has a Computer Programming pamplet that says all of the programming languages) Isn't that, like, old and stuff?

Yeah, it's old. And worthless to know at that. But I like to challenge myself and work with things just so that I know them. However, FORTRAN programs are used to a small degree on the main frame at my dad's company so I needed to know a little bit to fix a problem in the code a couple of times.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: CK9 on February 19, 2006, 03:46:02 AM
How old is this thread?  Haven't seen it on in a long time, so it can't be too recent...

drawing and writing

things I toy around in:
web-coding (Still trying to teach myself PHP, heh)
3D animating (the program is pissing me off, though)
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Stormy on February 19, 2006, 10:24:19 AM
3D animating (the program is pissing me off, though)
LOL, What program are you using anyway?

Trust me, I get extremely mad when Blender lost an entire fluid simulation that took my  compy hours to calculate...

What are you having problems with? If it's blender, look in the IPO Curve window and look at your keyframe graphs, that will explain what is happening :)
Title: Your Skills
Post by: lordly_dragon on February 20, 2006, 12:35:01 PM
stormy and his computer.... poor you :(
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Arklon on February 20, 2006, 12:44:05 PM
Stormy: Listen to me and Hacker when we tell you that Blender sucks~!11

Web design
Digital art
Delphi (HORRIBLE language if you want decimal accuracy :/)
C++ (enough of it is similar to PHP and Delphi that I'll be able to learn it quickly)

Hope to learn 3D modelling/animating and music composition.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: thablkpanda on February 20, 2006, 01:46:58 PM
Mr. Panda has arrived -

Electrical Engineering (The guys that plan out the installation of electical contracting in buildings/dwellings, enforce the Natl. Electrical Code.)
Electrical Contracting (We're the guys that install the switches and lights you flick on everyday without a second thought as to how the stuff works.)

2D Graphics Design (Fireworks, Photoshop, GIMP)

Web Design (PHP, HTML, JavaScript, XML, CSS, etc.)

Database Integration (MSAccess, MySQL, PostgreSQL)

Microsoft 3.1 -> Longhorn/Vista (Everything in-between)

Certified Apple iPod Technician (I went to their little classes for 4 months, and got certified. I only did it because I lost a bet, but it has it's perks*)

Investing (Avid investor, own 300 shares of Microsoft (MSFT), and some little stuff on the side to make some extra cash).

C++/C# Coding (I really suck at it, but when necessary, I can make my stuff work).

Computer Assembly (I've built ~40 systems total out of parts I've purchased in my years, so I daresay I'm at least PRETTY GOOD at it.)

Visual Basic (I wish I was better at it, it's such a simple language, I'm just still learning it..)

- Chris

Title: Your Skills
Post by: Anima_Vex on February 20, 2006, 05:34:38 PM
Yeah, it's Blender. Actually, it's a good program, just extremely hard to start learning (At least for me, it is...). I'll just stick with 2D drawing and backgrounds. Maybe later...
Title: Your Skills
Post by: CK9 on February 20, 2006, 11:55:45 PM
3D animating (the program is pissing me off, though)
LOL, What program are you using anyway?

Trust me, I get extremely mad when Blender lost an entire fluid simulation that took my  compy hours to calculate...

What are you having problems with? If it's blender, look in the IPO Curve window and look at your keyframe graphs, that will explain what is happening :)
You kno, I haven't worked with the program for a month, and I can't find it now...I really got to get my desktop up and running (my dad is letting me have the one with win98 on it and a keyboard and mouse I found, lol.  Now we just need to get that monitor off the high shelf and I can at least get it working for now...) so I can move files over to it.

my main problem was that I try to teach myself how to use stuff.  Tutorials have never helped me, as the pace is always too slow and I lose intereset in them, :heh:
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Axalon on February 25, 2006, 06:02:45 PM
Intermediate C++ (console only)
Basic VB (was better, but haven't used it in years and forgot most of it)

Basic HTML
Basic PHP (Just bought a book. Teaching myself now)
Basic MySQL (see above)

Intermediate Photoshop CS2
Basic Macromedia Flash
Basic gmax (just don't have the patience)
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Galactic on February 28, 2006, 05:50:06 PM

C++ in console (Someday win32 apps)
Some VB

Dreamweaver and Fireworks

Anything about Windows servers
I can get around linux and know basic commands
Title: Your Skills
Post by: omagaalpha on March 08, 2006, 11:29:07 AM
lol cool

Macromededia dreamweaver
use of css
Macromededia  Flash
Macromededia shockware

3d studio max 7
c++ usualy complied use .net packagage from 2003
Java know basic
limited c#
Advance Excel :P
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Mikeyboy on March 08, 2006, 02:19:53 PM
I have no programming skills except Matlab.  Im an engineer not a programmer, and i dont think solidworks 3d cad modeling helps much for op2 :).
Title: Your Skills
Post by: siqueule on March 08, 2006, 03:08:36 PM
a few html
a few xsd3
a few php
and a lot of basic of calculator  ;) I create games with
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Savant 231-A on November 26, 2006, 02:45:36 PM
um... my list is small
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Chandler on November 26, 2006, 08:11:52 PM
Intermediate HTML (HTML, CSS)
Basic PHP
Basic BASIC (ALA QBasic)
Intermediate Visual Basic
Intermediate C (ordinary C, not C++ or Visual C)
Advanced CAD (AutoCAD R13, R14, 2000, 2004 through to 2007 Electrical)
Basic CAD (Solidworks, 3D Studio Max 6, Google SketchUp.... lol)
The ability to make AutoCAD 2007 Electrical crash by looking at the screen....
A few other things here or there.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Silver on April 19, 2007, 06:10:44 PM
I dunno if it's good to post my list with all those cyber ninjas out there o_o

Intermediate Visual Basic
Basic BASIC (lawl)
Basic C
Basic Linux shell commands
Advanced mIRC scripting
Intermediate Photoshop
Basic MySQL
Basic HTML

My problem is just that if i don't know what to code, i don't code. So most languages i learn remain to basic level. I'm good in creating algorythims. Oh, i'm also really advanced in playing jRPGs xD
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Brazilian Fan on April 19, 2007, 06:34:09 PM
Intermediate-Advanced C/C++
Advanced Java
Intermediate x86 Assembly
Begginer Linux
Intermediate Hardware in general
Suck at HTML, PHP, Perl, Delphi, FORTRAN, non-x86 assembly, 3D modelling, Excel, Power Point, Word, Solaris, Chinese, rapid thinking, good memory etc.
Intermediate Windows
Intermediate RTS games
Begginer-Intermediate FPS games

well, I can't remember more  :P  
Title: Your Skills
Post by: plymoth45 on November 24, 2008, 01:38:32 AM
I'm posting an update to my skills... so if a mod wants to edit my last post they can feel free to.

Basic PHP
Basic MySQL
Basic C++
Intermediate HTML
Intermediate CSS
Intermediate Photoshop
Intermediate 3dsMAX 8
Intermediate Flash
Intermediate Fireworks
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Sonnebahn on November 24, 2008, 09:22:47 AM
Well, I guess I can add my name to the list too.

Programing Logic
Basic 1.3
Access DB
Excel (Advanced Formulas)
Some CSS
Learning VB (in visual studio)

I learned a while ago that, using Programing logic and a good reference manual for syntax, I can muddle my way through many programming languages even when I never have looked at them before.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Spikerocks101 on April 19, 2009, 03:30:15 PM
I can some what do:
C++ with GLUT
Visual Basics
Game Maker Language
English - I'm not that good at it though :P
Title: Your Skills
Post by: CK9 on April 22, 2009, 02:03:44 PM
CK's new list!

C++ (though, I haven't done it for over a year)
PHP (still learning)

and I've picked up a few bits and pieces of css, javascript, etc.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: vennom on September 10, 2009, 08:33:41 AM
C++ (I can understand any code in C++, i just cant code it well lol...)
PHP (The basics)
HTML (Almost nothing)
Photoshop (omfg pro >.>)
After Effects (Beginner)
Sexy (My best skill lmao......)
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Moley on September 10, 2009, 07:49:28 PM
i can code amazingly well in most launges, as long as i don't have to learn graphics...
i can play guitar poorly..
ummm. does being a fast  learner in maths, sciences, programing, and stratgey games count?
uh. can program in c++, java, VB (HATE), and most BASIC launges
i've already made most of the aarcade games for my CASIO graphics calc...
like snake, pong, DDR (didn't work well at .05 FPS)
also good at taking a simple concept and warping it into a large tool for use to confuse or aid (myself and others respectivly)
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Simpsonboy77 on January 29, 2010, 11:00:00 PM
This thread is a bit old but whatever.
Here are my skills/interests

ranked from 1 (new person) to 5 (godlike)
C/C++ but not graphics (3)
Java with swing (4)
VB6 (2)
VB.net (4)
PHP (1)
HTML (1)
x86 ASM (1 sadly)
Realtime programming (5)
Robotic controls and AI (5) I even have a few papers published
Forgetting semicolons (11)
Cryptanalysis (4)

Adobe photoshop (2)
Windows post95 (4)
Windows pre95 (2)
Virus removal (5)
Linux, if distro dependent assume Ubuntu (3)

Fixing hardware, TVs, oscilloscopes, function generators, anything (4)
Physics (3-4 depending on what part)
Mathematics (4)
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Larrythepoet on February 14, 2010, 02:38:21 PM
Mediocre GML... However, I am in the process of learning Python.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Larrythepoet on March 04, 2010, 08:18:49 PM
P.S My non-computer skills are playing the guitar, Karate (brown belt), and I've been told I have an excellent writing style...
Title: Your Skills
Post by: TH300 on March 05, 2010, 07:43:10 AM
and I've been told I have an excellent writing style...
Your name suggests that, yea.
Title: Your Skills
Post by: Larrythepoet on March 05, 2010, 08:01:52 PM
Title: Re: Your Skills
Post by: leeor_net on October 15, 2015, 11:48:15 AM
Ancient thread and I replied once but I'll own up -- I was being dishonest with myself and everybody else and claiming I had strong knowledge of things when I only had passing interest.

So, updated skills list:

Visual Basic .Net
C / C++
ASM (minor x86 and very minor 6502 (NES)
PHP (passing knowledge, enough to understand what's going on and make modifications)
Lua (passing knowledge)
A+ and Net+ Certification

Basic electrical engineering
Microsoldering skills (can remove/replace fine pitch surface mount components including IC's, FPC Connectors and backlight components)
General electronics soldering skills (have recapped/replaced components on older 8/16/32 bit consoles, have not looked into newer units)
ASE Certification (automotive parts specialist and mechanical repairs)
ServeSafe Certification
Culinary Training
Title: Re: Your Skills
Post by: Spikerocks101 on November 22, 2017, 04:55:30 PM
Updated version:

Public Speaking
Running Cable

Computer Repair


I do very very much talking with different people day to day. I can understand almost anything technology wise, but not an expert at anything.