The times when we coded in C# on weekends at the university and it was a 4-hour nonstop process. I LOVED it. That was one of the only times I've felt in control or competent in anything.

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    What was the project about?
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    @sunfishcc It wasn't a project. Just an additional subject that I chose out of curiosity with random programs to write.
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    @BlueNutterfly Still cool.
    I can still recall my first neural network project in C++. I thought it was pretty good. But then the weights were saved with only 6dp. So the accuracy on test set with saved weights can never go beyond 93%😖
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    @divil I haven't done any of linq, so I cannot say how it is :P

    I do have experience with a bit of console, winforms and WPF programming in C#. Although I don't remember it well enough because I totally didn't need it and haven't used any of it outside the course.
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    @divil LINQ is actually cool and useful when you know it. Do it step by step, and you will be a master at it.
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    I know right. C# is one of the best and easiest to learn programming language!

    (Sorry for possibly bad english)
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    Programming is always fun )) The language is not so important
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    @BlueNutterfly I absolutely adore Linq. By far one of the coolest things they’ve built for the platform.

    Once you get the hang of the expression system underneath a whole world opens up.

    And then when you realise SelectMany is the monadic bind operation things get insanely cool, especially with libraries like reactive extensions.
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    @divil ah. Caught out by the Linq to sql interpreter.

    Funny little things like that can really catch you out, especially as you can access anything from the closure at compile time.
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    In my early days of learning programming I did go a nearby bar and coded random shit to learn, fueled by Club Mate 😁
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