Programming experiences

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This article is a summary of my programming experiences in a historical format.

The "Level" column shows how I qualify my knowledge of the given platform, at time of projects / today, on a scale 0 to 5, five is perfect.

 

Current knowledge

PlatformDateProjectsLevel
ASP.NET/C#
MSSQL
Windows Server
2005-today WPS Web Publishing System CMS 5.x versions, plus libraries and desktop tools 4/4

PHP
MySQL
Linux Server

2005-today XarTM Translation Memory system, Xaraya CMS, ai64 batch file format converter. 4/4
HTML
CSS
1998-today Static websites, specific web applications, portals, CMS templates and sites. 4/4

Outdated knowledge

PlatformDateProjectsLevel
ASP/VBscript
MSSQL
Windows 2003
2004-2008 WPS Web Publishing System 4.x versions 4/2
PHP 4
MySQL 3
Linux
2002-2004 Addon modules for Postnuke free software CMS. Custom webshop for wholesale selling of paint. 3/1
Perl
MySQL 3
Linux
2000-2002 KaPortal CMS engine, real estate selling portal, Netaukcio online auction system 4/1
Shell script
BASH, AWK,
SED, etc
Linux
1997-2009 Maintenance scripts for Linux servers and workstations 5/3
C++
Access, Oracle
Windows NT
1998-1999 Real estate case management system for land offices 4/0
Tubo Pascal
MS-DOS
1993-1995 Many many programs, I forgot them all. 5/0
I386 assembly
MS-DOS
1993 Just learning, some C64-like demo effects. 2/0
C64 assembly 1991-1996 Several competition winning demos 5/1
C64 BASIC
C16 BASIC
1987-1993 Games and tools for fun 5/2

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