I'm looking for .net devs that are free and would like to work on some fun projects.
Im currently working on news,update and login system for applications as library so if anyone is interested joining please let me know or contact me on skype for more informations. My skype name is trle94akaonlykl
This project has pretty high goals, maybe some of which will not even be reachable, but i've been working on it for over two years already so i'm not really into letting it go down the drain without a fight So having a partner or two would probably make quite a bit of a difference.
1) this invitation is only for the most daring: advanced C++ skills, socket programming, P2P network design, etc, and looooooots of time and dedication are required to make any progress on this beast, so please only contact me if you really have what it takes (time and the necessary skills) to get involved in this crazy venture.
2) should you be interested in participating in this project, i will have to ask for some open source coding proofs from you (or, alternatively, we'd need to have a [long] chat during which we'll need to asses together how well you'd be able to deal with the various challenges specific to this project); the thing is that this project is so complex, and my time so limited, that i cannot afford to spend time with double-checking every line of code that a potential partner will write, so i need to have some understanding of the skill set and programming experience of whoever will join
for any further inquiries, please only use the P2P OS project's "Contact" page (i.e. i will not elaborate on any project details on this website, that's what the project's blog is for)
I'm looking for a partner in developing a programming language. The idea is a native general purpose language that is simple, but also fast enough for e.g. 3D games and doesn't limit low level programming. I develop in C#, it's a really powerful language, but unfortunately it's not good for these.
This thing has existed as an IRC bot for several months now (hence the name), and now it has a website. I've tested it, but I'm probably the worst person for that job - I know exactly how it works so I'm probably (subconsciously) avoiding anything that would break it. (well, I have found some problems..)
Comments about the website are also welcome, but I'm mainly looking for bugs in the engine.
It only deals with 32bit integers, so "3 / 2 = 1" is not a bug.