I try as often as possible to place the shuttle at specific locations: corners, just after the net, ... Hitting hard on it doesn't bring a lot of things, except when you are smahing. It's a bit more intense also when both players play more tactical.
What about you ?
I try as often as possible to place the shuttle at specific locations: corners, just after the net
Ah! You are one of those guys that I hate to the core. I just can't play a game against them; they're too good.
I generally defend these placement gamers by giving most of my shots at a high velocity such that it would be difficult for them to place it tactically. They will have to give a weak return for me to smash.
I ought to agree, there are people who are too good at placements. But hey - I'm good at smashes.
Many are stubborn in pursuit of the path they have chosen, few in pursuit of the goal - Friedrich Nietzsche
I wanted to send you an email telling you about the (commercial) app we've used your excellent charting control in. Where should I send it? I can include screenshots, etc.
- Pfft. Coddled kids. In my day, we used to telnet to port 80, then render the page with pencil and paper-- and that's the way we liked it!
- Pshaw! Youngster. Your UID barely fits inside 16 bits. In _my_ day we had to whistle the 1's and 0's through an acoustic coupler!
Tools that support "all of UTF-8 as long as it starts with ASCII" and tools that cannot handle these three [BOM] bytes at all are not really supporting UTF-8.
- Michael Kaplan
Hello. I started VC++ programing just about 1 month ago. I don't like it very much, but being a student who wants to work in the domain you work (industrial engineer in electronics) and finding it in your interests i'll give it another try.
I'm Joon from Belgium (Antwerp). I've been really breaking my head on the decision that I have to make in a few months. I'm graduating as a professional (as opposed to academic) bachelor in Applied Informatics, and I don't know what to do next. I could go/try for a masters degree at uni, or choose a completely different carreer path.
Just stumbled onto your profile while browsing CP boards. Can I ask you about your education, and occupation? You can email me of course if you want.
In fact I have followed a formation of industrial engineer in electronics and I worked for 3 years in a small company that produced medical devices. I worked there as software developper (mainly developping the measurement applications).
Then I moved to my current company which is in leuven and is a research center (FMTC). I work also there as software developper.
That's almost it . And I also spend some time during my spare time to work on some private projects (that helps a lot to learn).
Sounds like an interesting job. Thanks for your reply. One of the reasons I asked, was that I recently had a 'jobbeurs' or 'carreer-expo' and most jobs there were very business-related, and boring imo. ERP, CRM, all those things don't sound like anything I'd want to do. Research on the other hand, and old-school-hardcore-softwaredev. sounds much more like what I would want to do.
Are there any junior-vacancies at your company?
Do you have any idea about the market right now, bachelor/master/... what do the companies want, and what companies do I (not) want to work for?
Sorry for all the questions, but this has really been bugging me lately.
So you live in Belgium. I'm from South Africa, and as far as I know, we would be able to understand each others languages. See in South Africa we speak Afrikaans (which is like a mixture of dutch and Belgium). Well, that is all that I wanted to say..
The only programmers that are better than C programmers are those who code in 1's and 0's.....