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competitive salary and the advanced features of the MFreeFXBundle unlocked!

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I think Melda is one of the most consumer-friendly companies out there. If this is to free up some time for Vojtech to work on MSoundFactory and some of the things he's talked about in interviews, I'm excited to see what he does next.

 

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2 hours ago, RobertWS said:

In the comments the tabs vs spaces debate lives on!

 

Spaces!  👍

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Seems a bit unambitious really.

I'd want A++ developers.

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2 hours ago, paulo said:

Seems a bit unambitious really.

I'd want A++ developers.

Seems lower income so they can afford only C++ this year, maybe next next year they will hire B++ ;)

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I’m more of a B minus kinda guy. 

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I play the Am bass note.

Other than that, I'm worthless to Melda.

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For the last four years I've been working in a modified version of the now defunct report writing language. Our company acquired a license to use it as a baseline and move it forward for our needs.  It's also imbedded into a fork of a licensed obsolete version of a popular frontend tool, as the backend database engine, as our UI.

Prior to that I worked for almost 5 years in PHP/MySQL in WAMP.

Prior to that was about 10 years in Oracle Forms & Reports (which is built on a foundation of PL/SQL).

In the way back was Cobol (12 years) and before that  Basic on the HP-3000 (4 years) and prior to that Fortran (7 years).

There were a few one-off side jaunts to Access and dBase III.

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42 minutes ago, Bapu said:

In the way back was Cobol (12 years) and before that  Basic on the HP-3000 (4 years) and prior to that Fortran (7 years).

In high school I took a year long course on COBOL on an HP-3000.

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1 hour ago, Bapu said:

There were a few one-off side jaunts to Access and dBase III.

And T-shirts.

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one day when i retire i might try to teach myself Juice or Rust. But seriously doubt it. I can't bear to look at a computer screen anymore.

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10 minutes ago, paulo said:

And T-shirts.

Dirty Tee's Done Dirt Cheap

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2 minutes ago, Bapu said:

Dirty Tee's Done Dirt Cheap

Being pre-dirty saved the wearer wasting valuable time, right?

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4 minutes ago, Bapu said:

Dirty Tee's Done Dirt Cheap

Angus! Malcolm!

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1 hour ago, Bapu said:

Prior to that I worked for almost 5 years in PHP/MySQL in WAMP.

Prior to that was about 10 years in Oracle Forms & Reports (which is built on a foundation of PL/SQL).

You poor thing... 😜

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