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rebeccaB
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Re: PROGRAMMING FIXES
rebeccaB   3/5/2014 3:56:35 AM
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Nice post! Most of us can do proggramming but not that successful.

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PROGRAMMING FIXES
bobjengr   3/3/2014 5:30:24 PM
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Excellent posts Keith.  I DO remember the punch cards. The university I attended had a "punch-card / computer system" and we all thought it was absolutely star wars. Little did we know the technology that was to come.  I learned programming using Pascal, which I understand is the "teaching" language.  That's really when I determined mechanical engineering was right for me and not the programming profession.  You have to have the patience of Job to be a programmer and there are probably no type "A" individuals that could stand to be involved with this area.  I think it's a fascinating profession and occasionally I write a few C ++ programs to prove I can still do it. 

 

 

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