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    You guys should try out RAYLIB https://www.raylib.com/

    P.S. I am currently learning Raylib language at the moment

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    Hi,
    I had started my programming experience in early 90 with Amiga CDTV.
    I learned AMOS, and was trying to write Office like package. I designed own GUI, was trying to write something like Word,Access,... but after few years abandoned it. Even if I did not release any software, I gained experience. Then thanks to Amiga I started my MSc Software Eng studies. Learned assembler, C, Java,... using both PC and Amiga. I graduated MSc in Parallel and Distributed Computing. Worked in Web portal writing our own web servers, email servers, PHP language extensions including object based PHP. I was developing under SunOS, Linux. Now I'm MS Windows kernel drivers developer. I'm writing drivers for Intel hardware.
    And I still use my first CDTV,... and recently purchased some more Amigas ... A500, A1200.

    Wysłane z mojego ASUS_Z00AD przy użyciu Tapatalka

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    I had my first programming experience in the late 80s on a Commodore 64 in BASIC. Then made my way through various Basic dialects on other systems (AmigaBasic, Blitz Basic 2...). Eventually I got a PC and learned some C++, had some fun with Python+Pygame, and today I enjoy developing games for PCs with the Godot Engine.
    Only recently I started to learn 6502 Assembly. Back then, when I first had a C64, I was way too young for that. But today I find it surprisingly fun to learn, and an interesting challenge, since it's requires completely different approaches compared to the more modern languages that I 'm used to. If I stick at it, I have a few projects in mind that might be fun to try.

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    My programming hobby turned into my full time job. Working on VR (full-time) and Indie gaming (my own time) using my own C++ DX11 graphics engine

    Currently running a Kickstarter for our game Iridium
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/iridium/iridium-0
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