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#41 888infinity888

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 12:30 PM

Thanks for this thread!

I plan to learn programming. It's a nice hobby. Self-study lang. I was able to do things that otherwise Excel and Access are limited to by creating my Visual Basic and SQL scripts.

C++ naman ako ngayon. I just started and created my first "Hello World!" program haha!
Sa system32 pala output nun.

Please share some basic to intermediate level C++ codes naman. If possible paki attach screenshot nung output. Thanks.



sir jedimaster: you can use this link, http://www.cprogramming.com/ for your C/C++ reference. hope this helps on your programming exploration.. :D

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 12:51 PM

Magtatanong lang mga sir, I need an opinion on the the business application software. maybe a question to all software developer/engineer. I am contemplating business solution(EPR) for my company and somebody mention to me that there are 3 companies that offer this kind of software. So far, I manage to get some info from SAP , Oracle and People soft. I wonder if someone can tell the pro's and con's of this softwares. Any information will be much appreciated.



Hi sir tigerbutch, i don't know much about SAP but i think it relies on other database like DB2, Microsoft and even Oracle. You can post your inquiries for SAP on this thread: http://manilatonight...p;#entry6148796. There are lots of SAP specialists on the said thread.

For Peoplesoft, i thinks it is already part of Oracle. There are numerous oracle apps or oracle-in-a-box (OIB) out there for your business needs. This is best for data warehousing since it's architecture is far more robust compared to other database products.

#43 bangbus

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Posted 28 October 2008 - 04:09 PM

Our company would like to have a customized virtual game to be featured on our website.
Can anyone recommend a company or person that can do this for us.

TIA

#44 guitarvirtuoso

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Posted 05 November 2008 - 01:22 PM

sir jedimaster: you can use this link, http://www.cprogramming.com/ for your C/C++ reference. hope this helps on your programming exploration.. :D


wow this thread is nice. Gusto ko rin matuto ng basic programming. I am a structural engineer and i would want to make my excel spreadsheets be interactive. There is "macros thing" there that i know would be the key to what i want to happen. Can you help me guys out if you know any good material to read? or tutorials? when i inquired online medyo mahal pla kung mag formal lesson ako. Thanks.

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Posted 06 November 2008 - 03:27 PM

wow this thread is nice. Gusto ko rin matuto ng basic programming. I am a structural engineer and i would want to make my excel spreadsheets be interactive. There is "macros thing" there that i know would be the key to what i want to happen. Can you help me guys out if you know any good material to read? or tutorials? when i inquired online medyo mahal pla kung mag formal lesson ako. Thanks.



sir guitarvirtuoso, hope these links help. Good luck on your macro exploration. :)

https://wiki.brown.e...ion?pageId=4429
http://spreadsheets....excel_macro.htm

#46 guitarvirtuoso

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Posted 06 November 2008 - 05:19 PM

sir guitarvirtuoso, hope these links help. Good luck on your macro exploration. :)

https://wiki.brown.e...ion?pageId=4429
http://spreadsheets....excel_macro.htm


big thanks sir infinity! hehe i am excited to look on these addresses.

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Posted 06 November 2008 - 07:01 PM

big thanks sir infinity! hehe i am excited to look on these addresses.



no problem sir. just post your inquiries here if you have questions. :)

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Posted 07 November 2008 - 05:46 PM

i need to learn java for my current job...anyone who knows where I could get a crash course...ung mura...or is anyone here interested to teach me(ung mura din...nyahahhaa)...ill apapeciate it a lot...have a good day guys...:)

http://www.javapassion.com/j2ee/

#49 jedimaster

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Posted 30 November 2008 - 02:41 AM

sir jedimaster: you can use this link, http://www.cprogramming.com/ for your C/C++ reference. hope this helps on your programming exploration.. :D

Sir 888infinity888, maraming salamat.

I have completed perusing through the tutorials and has successfully created my own basic codes. Sarap ng feeling nung gumana haha.

I just bought a book on VB.NET and ASP.NET. Yan naman assignment ko for myself this December.

By the way, baka naman meron gusto magshare ng intermediate level VBA codes. Thanks.

#50 HunkDavao

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Posted 03 December 2008 - 03:36 PM

Magtatanong lang mga sir, I need an opinion on the the business application software. maybe a question to all software developer/engineer. I am contemplating business solution(EPR) for my company and somebody mention to me that there are 3 companies that offer this kind of software. So far, I manage to get some info from SAP , Oracle and People soft. I wonder if someone can tell the pro's and con's of this softwares. Any information will be much appreciated.



This is kind of late. But for the others who may need the info.

ERPs are very expensive to start with. SAP and Microsoft Dynamics, the two leaders in the industry, will cost you 400K USD on the license alone. Installation is different. Training is different.

Coke and San Miguel uses SAP R3. The cheaper version which is SAP B1 has limitations.

What I suggest for businessmen like you is to get a consultant first ( for a fee of 20k or more a month ) and tell him/her your requirements then let him help you with your decision on what software to get. You may be buying a very expensive software yet in the end you only get to use 20% of the capabilities of the application.

I'm a software developer myself and I work for a company that sells a mini-ERP . It all depends on what you need as a business. The ERPs in the market are very generic applications and your business may have peculiar needs, so you are better off with a local company to meet your needs.

#51 888infinity888

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Posted 03 December 2008 - 05:33 PM

Sir 888infinity888, maraming salamat.

I have completed perusing through the tutorials and has successfully created my own basic codes. Sarap ng feeling nung gumana haha.

I just bought a book on VB.NET and ASP.NET. Yan naman assignment ko for myself this December.

By the way, baka naman meron gusto magshare ng intermediate level VBA codes. Thanks.



hi sir jedimaster, what VBA code do you want? can you be more specific about it sir? :)

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Posted 03 December 2008 - 05:36 PM

This is kind of late. But for the others who may need the info.

ERPs are very expensive to start with. SAP and Microsoft Dynamics, the two leaders in the industry, will cost you 400K USD on the license alone. Installation is different. Training is different.

Coke and San Miguel uses SAP R3. The cheaper version which is SAP B1 has limitations.

What I suggest for businessmen like you is to get a consultant first ( for a fee of 20k or more a month ) and tell him/her your requirements then let him help you with your decision on what software to get. You may be buying a very expensive software yet in the end you only get to use 20% of the capabilities of the application.

I'm a software developer myself and I work for a company that sells a mini-ERP . It all depends on what you need as a business. The ERPs in the market are very generic applications and your business may have peculiar needs, so you are better off with a local company to meet your needs.


nice one sir pediasoft..

#53 boy_naive

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Posted 19 December 2008 - 12:38 PM

me thread po ba para sa PHP?? patulong po!!

#54 ragstoriches

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 02:32 AM

newbie on IT. also trying to learn .net and sql. but .net is what im first interested at.

masters, any site link you would recommend on .net, preferably those that helped you a lot when you're learning it.

tia.

#55 ragstoriches

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 10:12 PM

any VS 2008 Pro users here?

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Posted 22 December 2008 - 10:55 AM

me thread po ba para sa PHP?? patulong po!!


hiyee! i'm not that great in PHP. but what do you want to know?

#57 prutkeyk

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Posted 23 December 2008 - 01:10 AM

sir ragstoriches, if you have installed VS2008, you can use it's quickstart tutorials..you can also take a look at this site: www.w3schools.com. :)

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Posted 23 December 2008 - 01:13 AM

me thread po ba para sa PHP?? patulong po!!



what about PHP sir boy_naive?

#59 ragstoriches

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Posted 30 December 2008 - 01:32 AM

sir ragstoriches, if you have installed VS2008, you can use it's quickstart tutorials..you can also take a look at this site: www.w3schools.com. :)


salamat bro prutkeyk. VS user ka rin ba? anong ver/edition?

also, sumabak na rin ako sa database analysis :) im studying SQL Server 05 Enterprise.

tingin ko me konti na akong kaalaman pag na-master ko tong 2 ito. ika nga ng sweetheart kong si ruffa mae quinto "bisyo na to!"

#60 prutkeyk

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Posted 31 December 2008 - 01:41 AM

salamat bro prutkeyk. VS user ka rin ba? anong ver/edition?

also, sumabak na rin ako sa database analysis :) im studying SQL Server 05 Enterprise.

tingin ko me konti na akong kaalaman pag na-master ko tong 2 ito. ika nga ng sweetheart kong si ruffa mae quinto "bisyo na to!"



yup..VS 2005/2008 gamit ko.. :)

anong pinagaaralan mo sa database analysis?




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