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Queen Tery

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Queen Tery last won the day on April 15 2014

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  • Birthday 05/16/1992

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  1. That is a tough one. God of War was pretty awesome considering I'm not even a fan of the God of War series and I loved that game. Spiderman was also fantastic considering there was no Spiderman game that was really that great before it. I've played more of Spiderman than God of War, but it feels like there's more to do in God of War. In my personal interest, I'd probably pick Spiderman, but from an objective product standpoint I'd probably say God of War.
  2. I think all of them could do it. They all have hands and it's not particularly hard to flip a leaf. They're pretty light-weight.
  3. Haven't posted in a while cuz I've been busy with work, school, and life lol I'm on my last semester of undergrad taking: Artificial Intelligence Computer Networking Philosophy of Language Digital Humanities Copyediting I already got hired on as a Software Developer at the place I've been interning at. I do part-time back-end Java and database work for the company's products website. Then when I finish school in December I'll be on full time. I also got accepted into Georgia Tech for my Masters so I'm definitely looking forward to that! How's everyone's college going?
  4. I'm not sure I've ever been this satisfied with my about me

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    2. Queen Tery

      Queen Tery

      Yeah I learned Java first. They're both awesome, but C++ has fun little design quirks that make it nicer than java the more experienced you get.

    3. Clouded Sun
    4. Xiro

      Xiro

      Nice lol

  5. Currently building a game for my data structures class. Incredibly infuriating and incredibly fun at the same time. It's a team project and my team consists of me and one other guy. We've developed a random map generator, an item list holder, a backpack for the player's inventory, and a player and monster record. We've just started putting the pieces together and we're planning on downloading an extra code library to add more control over the game's window, so we can add color, screen clearing, (possibly sprites), etc.
  6. Hey everybody. I've been busy with school as I'm sure many of you are as well! This semester I have: Data Structures and Files (So far an A-) Data Structures and Files Lab (So far an A) Discrete Math 2 and Statistics (So far an A) Advanced Programming Concepts Lab (No grade yet) Intro to Programming Lab (So far an A) Principles of Finance (So far a B) The grades are a bit weighted right now considering I'm only about a month into the semester so hopefully I can maintain/improve them over time I love my classes so far, I'm incredibly interested in what I'm learning in Data Structures, Adv Programming, and Discrete Math right now! The Adv Programming lecture I actually already got credit for from my old community college so I didn't have to take it, but the professor is letting me sit on the lecture whenever I'm available so I can learn more anyway. The beauty of a college class without any of the commitment/responsibility/grades My least favorite class is Finance so far. My professor has an incredibly thick Chinese accent and I'm having a lot of trouble understanding her so I don't get much out of the lecture unfortunately How is everyone else's semster going?
  7. Yeah that's what I like about Computer Science too. If you think you'll like one portion of it and you end up not liking it, then there's so many other options with that degree I have finals this week and I'm just so ready for next semester to start so I can have a new set of fresh classes lol
  8. In terms of game design, I would say having at least a basic understanding of physics would be beneficial. Coding is based on logic, problem solving, and math. Math is the language of physics. You can do a lot of coding without having too much knowledge of physics or math, but if you want to optimize your code or do game design it is incredibly useful/necessary. Think about coding character animations. If you don't understand physics, writing that code is going to be a lot more challenging and may have issues that are difficult to fix as the game that your developing becomes more and more complex.
  9. Idk much about graphic design, but I'm going to school for Computer Science so I can at least tell you programming is incredibly interesting and fun! If you enjoy solving problems/puzzles then programming would be for you.
  10. So it would seem that my new University's professors are pretty strict. Or at least mine seem to be lol I have 4 lectures and 2 labs: 1. Logic (Lecture) 2. Principles of Accounting I (Lecture) 3. Computer Systems Architecture (Lecture and Lab) 4. Perspectives in Computer Science(Lecture) 5. Information Structures and Algorithms(Lab) I feel all of my professors seem at least somewhat strict, except for my Logic professor. All my grade breakdowns seem to have about 75-80 percent of my final grade being completely based on exams, the rest on homework/attendance. I think Computer Systems Architecture will be my hardest class and that Information Structures and Algorithms may be my most enjoyable in terms of the coursework. I think Accounting will be my most boring class and Perspectives in Computer Science will be my easiest class.
  11. I think your grades sound great considering it's college. Just try a little harder and make sure they don't go down Considering the kind of classes you're listing, do you think you'd enjoy being a teacher of some kind?
  12. Man do I love Java

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    2. Queen Tery

      Queen Tery

      Each subsequent language you learn should get easier to learn than the last because they all share common basics.

    3. Queen Tery

      Queen Tery

      I learned Java then C++ and I think learning C++ made me better at Java because it reinforced some of the things I didn't quite get when I learned it the first time around in Java.

    4. Xiro

      Xiro

      Yeah, you're right

  13. I am level 15, I'm Team Valor, and I have caught 71 different Kanto pokemon and seen 72 of them.I've caught Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Caterpie, Metapod, Butterfree, Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill, Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Pidgeot, Rattata, Raticate, Spearow, Fearow, Ekans, Pikachu, Sandshrew, Nidoran(both male and female), Nidorina, Nidorino, Nidoking, Clefairy, Clefable, Vulpix, Jigglypuff, Zubat, Golbat, Oddish, Gloom, Paras, Venonat, Venomoth, Meowth, Psyduck, Golduck, Mankey, Growlithe, Polywag, Abra, Kadabra, Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Tentacool, Geodude, Slowpoke, Seal, Shellder, Cloyster, Gastly, Haunter, Drowzee, Krabby, Exeggcute, Exeggutor, Cubone, Hitmonlee, Rhyhorn, Tangela, Horsea, Goldeen, Staryu, Tauros, Magikarp, Eevee, Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, and Dragonite.I've found, but didn't catch, Marowak. I haven't enjoyed Pokemon since middle school, but man do I find this game addicting. I've created a route on my way home from work where I can hit up to 6 poke stops and my wife and I go to a nearby Penn State campus where they have well over 10 stops, 4 gyms, and a pond that's great for catching water pokemon. I can't wait for trading to become an option and I'm hoping I can catch around 100 of the Kanto pokemon before they implement a new region. My best 6 pokemon are: Dragonite: 1571 CP Exeggutor: 1177 CP Vaporeon: 1010 CP Jolteon: 836 CP Clefable: 826 CP Flareon: 824 CP
  14. Uggghhh, can't sleep

    1. catmaster0116

      catmaster0116

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0z-JeUY2zo, do you know this song and where its from?
    2. Queen Tery

      Queen Tery

      Yes and it appears to be from youtube

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