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    Lightbulb Languages?

    What coding languages do you know?

    I know ASP, HTML, SQL and Databases, CSS, JavaScript and litlle bit of Flash and PHP!

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    Those are not all "coding languages". I think you mean more in
    the lines of internet/server website development experience?
    To cover the whole thing in more general terms?

    I think you'll find many of us familiar with all of them to some extent,
    but more adept in some areas over others. Always learning something
    new, and using this forum for continual education.

    Often times I think I know something, but discover a better way to
    code a particular PHP script, or a more efficient approach to a Perl problem.

    I'll pop in and out of various sections of CF, always interested in
    seeing what's up for discussion.

    I guess that's why they call this a "forum".

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    Languages

    I speak fluent COBOL--with a z/Os dialect... and a bit of Java and PHP.
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    Ronald.
    ronaldvanderwijden.com

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    I used to do BASIC and some Commodore 64 programming (I think that was BASIC, too, don't remember). I also got into PostScript programming, which is the page description language that all modern page-layout software programs use. But I generally don't need to do that anymore since the programs handle it well enough.

    I'm learning PHP and JavaScript, will probably get into MySQL at some point this year as my website matures.

    I do XHTML/HTML and CSS. I'm not an encyclopedia of knowledge, but I can put together a basic page and do some troubleshooting.
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    Karen S. Garvin
    http://ksgarvin.wordpress.com


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