Goodlookinguy
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Goodlookinguy

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    Home Page:
    http://nrgs.org
    Location:
    USA
    Occupation:
    Computer repair/builder and software engineer
    I'm a, not quite as young anymore, guy.

    I program and type in many scripting, markup, and software development languages. To date it's estimated that I've used over 40 different languages in my 17-years of software development.

    I used to specialize in reverse engineering and vulnerability piercing of weak systems and networks, but when I turned 18, I quit in fear of being caught. From that point on I shuffled over into general software, middleware, and game development. I did on three occasions get involved in cracking software and defeating client-sided "premium" mechanisms of well known software after age 18. No one has gone after me yet, so I assume I'm in the clear.

    I quit game development in 2016 of just being bored. I've been involved in lots of Arduino software development since mid-2016. I've also been involved in numerous encryption and specialty knowledge related projects including my encrypted chat software "ChatFight" (not released publicly, yet), my first dark net attempt "DarkBase" (also not released publicly, yet), and my Arduino scripting language and VM "CompactDuinoScript" (aka CD Script or CDS, not released publicly yet).

    Primary software development languages (in 2017): C/C++, C# (.NET & Micro .NET)
    Primary OSes or hardware: Windows, Arduino (Atmel-based boards), other custom made by friend

    P.S. I'm enthused by the challenge of compact code for Arduino boards. More than 8 libraries and 1500 lines of code and you'll likely bust either the RAM limit or EEPROM limit (no, not the 512B/1KB of storage, I'm talking about the other EEPROM on the Arduino that's 16KB/32KB usually). How do I know? Cause that's exactly what I did. Then I had to get very creative. Mind you 8 libraries and 1500 lines of code is 100% arbitrary, so take it with a grain of salt.

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    New computer build coming soon...
    CPU-Z Validation: valid.canardpc.com/c3hf5w (I have different GPU -->) | GPU-Z Validation: techpowerup.com/gpuz/vm6h4
    Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 | PSU: Corsair HX1000i | AMD FX-8350 @ 4.8GHz | 32GB Corsair Vengeance @ 1600MHz (10-10-10-27) | Sapphire R9 290X @ 1500MHz mem overclock
    HDD Primary: WD VelociRaptor (10,000 RPM) @ 250GB | Storage: Seagate (7200 RPM) @ 1TB, 3TB, 4TB, and 4TB | Redundancy/Backup: Seagate (5400 RPM) @ 5TB