|My Favorite Languages|
|Batch File||Since 2007|
|XML||Since 2007, I'm still learning about well-formedness|
|KeyList Databasing||Since 2006, first programming language I ever learned, so pretty well|
|UNIX Shell||Since 2008, very little, I'm still obsessed with the MS-DOS Batch-file language|
|Brainf***||Since 2011, very little, still trying to grasp that tape and cell concept|
|X86 Assembly||Newbie! Haven't made programs yet; need to seek out a book|
Hello, this is Tyler, known by most Rosetta Coders as Star651. I have been programming since 2006.
Beginning Programming Experience
I started learning the ASCII values in 2005. I had an old time Braille 'n Speak (a computer for the blind, that has audio on it). That thing didn't even have a web browser on it! I started programming with KeyList (KLT) Databasing, a programming language even the smartest of programmers just might not know about. It is a language that runs on the BrailleNote, a more updated computer for the blind, with a refreshable Braille display and speech that is actually eloquent (not to say that it uses Eloquence Speech Synthesizer :D). I would write these databases for my BrailleNote, and keep personal data in them.
From Code-Picking to Hitting the Books
The Next Step: MS-DOS never ceases to exist, Lots of Apps, Braille Tables, and Bleeping Buttons