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#Actualcr88192

Posted 14 June 2013 - 02:32 PM

I don't have any code from when I was that age, as around the age of 14 or so, an HDD crash had wiped out everything I had before this point (this was in the days when CD-R burners for PCs didn't really exist yet, and computers typically only had a single HDD, *1).

 

*1: many case+MOBO designs in the 90s were a mess (only really space for a single HDD in the case, ISA cards and CPU/RAM on riser-cards, pushrod-operated PSUs, ...), though at least ATX mostly fixed this up, apart from the years of the evil heat-sink braces... (vs the plastic hook-based holders of older heatsinks, or the latter addition of levers).

 

however, code from back when I was between 15 and 17 was still pretty horrid...

it seems it wasn't until I was in my 20s that my coding skills actually started to get sort of worthwhile...


#1cr88192

Posted 14 June 2013 - 02:29 PM

I don't have any code from when I was that age, as around the age of 14 or so, an HDD crash had wiped out everything I had before this point (this was in the days when CD-R burners for PCs didn't really exist yet, and computers typically only had a single HDD, *1).

 

*1: many case+MOBO designs in the 90s were a mess, though at least ATX mostly fixed this up, apart from the years of the evil heat-sink braces... (vs the plastic hook-based holders of older heatsinks, or the latter addition of levers).

 

however, code from back when I was between 15 and 17 was still pretty horrid...

it seems it wasn't until I was in my 20s that my coding skills actually started to get sort of worthwhile...


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