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Old 10th June 2005, 15:06     #1
MadLep
 
List Ya Skills v2.0.0b

The original List Ya Skills thread was a great idea. It's been 2 years since then, so lets do it again with all the bleeding edge skills everyone has been jamming on their CV since then

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Anyhow, the point of this thread is for ya'all to list your skills if you want to offer free help and advice. (wanted paid work is kinda like advertising so that can be dealt with person to person I guess).

Anyhow, if you want to list some of your skills, qualified or not, then list some here. Anyone wanting help can control+f for the skill needed and then contact each person.
Things are usually pretty well behaved in this forum, but try to keep the posts on topic anyway
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Old 10th June 2005, 15:12     #2
MadLep
 
I'll kick it off:

Coding related
-Java (Swing, J2EE, EJB, JSP, JMS, JDBC, whatever)
-PHP
-Some C/C++

Databases
-Oracle SQL PL/SQL
-MySQL
-Access
-Lotus Notes (although I took that off my CV cause I loathe it so much )

Web stuff
-HTML, XML, XSLT, XSD, Web Services (SOAP, JAX-RPC, Axis)

Misc
-Keeping servers ticking (JBoss, Oracle, Lotus Domino, Windoze)
-OO design & architecture
-Software team lead guff
-Keeping clients happy and stopping them from suing company
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Old 10th June 2005, 19:20     #3
Madman
 
Coding:
PHP
Some C/C++

Databases:
MySQL
Most SQL-compliant databases

Web:
HTML, XML, XSLT, XSD, Web Services (SOAP, JAX-RPC, Axis), CSS etc. (just copied your line Madlep =P)

Misc:
Always dabbling in new things
Worked on code-heavy projects - eg. creating zip files without using ziplib in PHP and writing code to create ISO files capable of being played in dvd players with PHP.

Can't think of anything much else.
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Old 11th June 2005, 04:13     #4
Foggerty
 
Coding
Delphi - still
C#
Windows API *cries*
Have started learning LISP cos I heard it makes you "cool and stuff". Still waiting for the cool. Still waiting for the stuff, come to think of it.
OO Design

Databases
xBase
Generic SQL (sod all actually, but I've played with Oracle, Sybase and MS-SQL. I think there's a Terra Data server lying around at work as well. p.s. Sybase is SATAN to install and set up.)
MetaSQL - work's proprietary SQL abstraction

Web / Intraweb
ASP.NET (Quite liked it actually)
ISAPI - recently (mostly) finished writing a ISAPI module for displaying maps and related data from our main product (visualization software).
Usual HTML guff.
Some JavaScript - I personally hate it and try to avoid writing anything in it if posible.

Generic computer "stuff"
Used to do desktop enginerring, never want to fuck about with hardware ever again if possible.
Getting reasonably good at Linux, but as a desktop user, not a server.
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Old 11th June 2005, 09:26     #5
Hemebond
 
In order of confidence:
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • ECMA Script/Javascript
  • PHP
  • MySQL
  • XSLT
  • C/C++
Plus other little things.
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Old 11th June 2005, 14:15     #6
samael
 
Languagey type stuff:

C
Java (swing, j2ee)
Scheme (sisc)
XML and XSLT
fop
javascript
html

Admin type stuff:

All manner of servlet containers and web servers (well just tomcat, jetty, apache, websphere, IIS)
amanda
sendmail
General linux and winblows admin stuff

Other stuff I do at work:

General hardware fixin'
Reading slashdot

EDIT: Forgot about databases

I have used postgres, db2, oracle, mysql, and am fairly fluent with the dialects of SQL they use.

Last edited by samael : 11th June 2005 at 14:16.
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Old 11th June 2005, 15:49     #7
TD
Anas Latrina
 
- C#
- Javascript
- XHTML/CSS
- Oracle SQL PL/SQL
- SQL Server
- Python

And obviously stuff like relational and OO design and minor skills that just about everyone ends up picking up: XML, VB script, Access, Excel etc.

My main strengths are the interesting combination of C#, Oracle and HTML/CSS/Javascript.
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Old 13th June 2005, 18:56     #8
benn
 
Rails!

CSS
JS
MySQL
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Old 13th June 2005, 21:27     #9
Menace
 
  • Flash / ActionScript 2
  • PHP
  • Java
  • Javascript
  • XHTML/CSS etc
  • MySQL
  • Photoshop, AfterEffects etc
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Old 22nd November 2005, 12:58     #10
yem
 
8ish years of Perl, Java, C. Google.
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Old 22nd November 2005, 17:51     #11
Jodi
 
Cheesy grin

Embedded C/C/C++/C#
I Love WinDBG
Perl,Python, Nullsoft Installer
PostgreSQL, MySQL
XML,HTML,PEAL,SOAP,HAMSTER,FAKE

I'm not a web coder, so my web coding skills are, meh. Wouldn't mind getting my dirty mitts on some windows driver development. I so hate window forms programming.

Why can't C#'s XML be as easy as tinyxml?
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Old 2nd December 2005, 09:39     #12
Marshall
Pwn*
 
ASP.NET / C# (best thing to come from Redmond in years, I love the .NET framework)
ASP, HTML, CSS, Javascript etc.
Java
Windows servers.

Haven't played with linux much in the past year except for the server running under the house
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Old 2nd December 2005, 14:43     #13
Furry Crew
 
Logo
Basic
Tiny bit of pascal


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Old 2nd December 2005, 16:24     #14
DrTiTus
HENCE WHY FOREVER ALONE
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Furry Crew
Logo
Basic
Tiny bit of pascal



Thats pretty good - if you're 7 :P
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Old 2nd December 2005, 16:36     #15
MadLep
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Furry Crew
Logo
Basic
Tiny bit of pascal


You forgot: making computers work by yelling at them really loud
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Old 3rd December 2005, 12:56     #16
MoP
 
Java (Swing, J2EE, EJB, JSP, JMS, JDBC, Quartz, Hibernate)
(omg Hibernate rules compared to Entity EJB)
PHP (v4, v5, Smarty, ADODb)
Bit of C/C++
Learning Ruby/Rails
Tiny bit of .NET

MySQL
PostgreSQL
Access (ungh)

(X)HTML, CSS, Javascript ,XML, Web Services (SOAP, JAX-RPC, Axis)
Bit o graphic design

JBoss/Tomcat, JOnAS/Tomcat
Linux admin (apache, qmail, exim, bind, iptables blah blah)
Windows admin (IIS, Exchange, AD, blah blah)
OO design & architecture, UML, etc
Producing pretty spec & design documents
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Old 8th February 2006, 00:15     #17
TnT
 
Coding related
-X++
-C#
-Dexterity
-Visual Basic
-Open Insight
-Revelation

Databases
-SQL Server
-Access

Web stuff
-HTML, XML, ASP.NET

Misc
-Windows 2K and up server stuff, (General Admin, security, user management, the usual shit no one else wants to touch)
-Microsoft Exchange 2k and 2k3
-Biztalk server
-Basic Network stuff
-OO design & architecture
-Software team lead stuff, ie. protecting developers from dickhead managment and even bigger dickhead clients.
-Financial software, god how I hate thee, especially as I know thee so well.
-Integration with legacy apps.
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Old 3rd April 2006, 22:28     #18
Farmer Joe
Word To Your Motherboard!
 
  • PHP
  • Javascript (ajax etc)
  • Little bit of rails
  • XHTML/CSS etc
  • MySQL
  • Photoshop
  • Linux web admin stuff (apache, mysql config etc.)
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Old 4th April 2006, 15:54     #19
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Steppin' Razor
 
Photoshop for Web
XHTML Strict / HTML 4
CSS
Design

see: www.geminidevelopment.com.au for a portfolio!

Happy to help out with any questions though, specially if your either designing websites in photoshop or trying to edit other peoples websites.
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Old 7th May 2007, 03:46     #20
Mayhem_mad
 
Languages Etc.

XHTML, XML, etc.
CSS, CSS layout etc.
C/C++ 4 years of uni, many personal projects etc.
a bit of ISAPI (oh god)
Java 3 years of Uni, some personal projects
PHP 1 year ish for job
C# 1 year for job (ASP.NET)
Prolog, Haskell, Lisp, GPSS + other academic languages here (programming language papers)
REALBasic, VBA work and during school
GWBasic, QBasic - back in the day
MySQL, MSSQL, generic SQL

Excellent knowledge of programming from the ground up (CPU -> Buses -> Assembly -> Compilers -> Linking, Libraries -> Runtime Systems -> OO Design -> Dynamic Languages Runtime -> Polymorphism + other language constructs)


Programs Etc.

Photoshop ~8/9 years (since photoshop 4)
Excel (quite a bit)
Most other programs


Knowledge / Experience

OO design & architecture
Software Engineering Practices
Great knowledge of Web (please don't say web 2.0)
Multiple dynamic module based systems
Designed and built many websites
Graphic design work
Computer tutoring
Technician Work (~1 year)

Btw I'm 22 which I hope is surprising because that's what I'm going for. My 5th year of Uni (nearly finished) and working full-time.

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Old 13th May 2007, 19:20     #21
silva^
 
Do you fix kitchen sinks as well ?
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Old 14th May 2007, 14:48     #22
Mayhem_mad
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by silva^
Do you fix kitchen sinks as well ?
Indeed I do. I use wrench++ and #knife. Most of the time I use a threading subsystem to join parts of the system together. I use the plunger debugger at times and I'm fairly good at not causing content floods.
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Old 14th May 2007, 20:24     #23
duckmannz
 
How did you NOT mention overflows?
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Old 14th May 2007, 21:01     #24
Mayhem_mad
 
My bad.

In my defence it's been a while since I programmed C++ / C.
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Old 23rd May 2007, 13:57     #25
SpaceCowboy
Here be dragons
 
HTML/XML
VBScript
some perl
just started using php and mysql, made a few personal websites that work fine and do general database stuff

looking to get some entry level commercial web development experience, particularly with php and mysql.
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Old 5th July 2007, 20:46     #26
0ctopus8
 
Ahhh. Compared to you guys I look really one sided. But here it is: only C++ :P lol
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Old 10th December 2009, 22:58     #27
Watchmaker
 
List Ya Skills v2 0 0b

Have you noticed that these forums have 49783 members account so far?
Im sure more then 3/4 of them are bot accounts and totally forgotten accounts, all with 0 posts.
It just asks for some real clean-up time. Just click Members List..omg.
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Old 11th December 2009, 01:51     #28
crocos
 
Now that's an interesting spambot strategy: Decry spambots.
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Old 11th December 2009, 10:43     #29
Lightspeed
 
Javascript.
Arguing on the Internet.
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Old 13th January 2010, 13:46     #30
Adunaphel
 
MadLep, your email appears to be dead. Looking for assistance with Ms Access 2007.

*Contacts a couple of others*
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Old 15th February 2010, 10:03     #31
SID|DensitY
 
Might as well list my skills. listing what I've used in the last 12 months.

Coding
- C/C++
- C# (goodbye MFC and Delphi!)
- php
- javascript (only if I can use jquery, else I run screaming *shudders*)

Common libraries
- Jquery
- .NET framework
- DirectX 9 (use D3dx for effects handling)

Web specific
- html
- css

Databases
- Mysql
- Microsoft SQL

Generic stuff
- Software development Process.
- Windows Servers 2000 and up.
- Exchange 2k3, WSUS, ISA.
- Excel (excel is fantastic for prototyping some algorithms), powerpoint, word.
- Above Avg/High PC hardware knowledge.
- SQL admin
- Avaya *shakes*
- Nintendo DS hardware
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Old 21st April 2011, 17:19     #32
bladez
 
If I had a wuffle

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mayhem_mad
Btw I'm 22 which I hope is surprising because that's what I'm going for. My 5th year of Uni (nearly finished) and working full-time.
Nice, but its no wuffle.
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Old 21st April 2011, 17:27     #33
bladez
 
abif

C, VB, Basic,
FTRW and Security

Im no programming GURU lik yu fullas But in my own defense I could ask to see your ID and still not let you in.
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