Members here (what an appropriate term) pride themselves on their blog rating here and you'll never find a site more likely to neg you for one post that doesn't stroke their ego. Try saying you don't like Goto for example - they'll neg you all the way to negative 1000.
That’s funny, because among all of your down-votes, none of them came from me. You probably
down-voted me twice
, but I haven’t touched your rating at all
, despite being the main target of all of your attacks.
But man, I forgot what a bunch of d*uche b*gs are on this site.
No Dutch bugs here. I think.
My perfectly working code compiles in 6 seconds; anyone’s whose doesn’t is an asshole.
I make money bags and have my own business; anyone who makes less is an angry negger.
My work is worthwhile.
I wwebsite as on the internet.
You are obviously trying to attack back, but back from what? My answer was intended to be as helpful as possible with what little information you gave. Why are you the only one who can’t see this? My guess is every time you read your first post you subconsciously add bits of information. “It’s been a while since I wrote one from the ground up (but I have programmed with OpenGL for 15 years).”
We don’t have all that extra information; we have only what is in the post.
Based on what you posted, it could literally be a few days’ worth of work, as others have agreed. That doesn’t mean anyone is stroking any ego.
If you think it should take longer, why don’t you post any extra requirements you may have left out of your previous posts? If animation is necessary, that will definitely take more than a few days.
Most of the people here with high ratings don't actually have computer science jobs (or formal experience) which is why they have so much time (and why they are so bitter).
Worse, they provide best-case scenario estimates - an enormous disservice to themselves, coworkers and the industry. A wise man once said "The more I know the less I understand" - and members here understand everything.
If you've worked in the industry you know you'll never find smarter people who are willing to do exactly what they are told (by their boss, the FDA and the TSA) - Developers in a crisis will (according to Meyer Briggs) "go with what the group does".
Oh well, I'd rather be making $90 an hour programming OpenGL for my own business than to have a high db rating, but if you make less be sure to neg me.
By this point I have every right to put you in your place, but out of respect for this site and in an attempt to keep as many posts on this site as professional as possible I will just very politely explain this.
Looking at the top-members list I can confirm a lot of us do have industry jobs, and almost
all of the rest I believe (but can’t confirm) do. Only a few (maybe 3?) I know to be hobbyists.
I myself actually have 2 jobs: I act on Japanese TV and in Japanese movies regularly and the rest of the time I make video games for a major studio in Japan.
As I said in my first post, there is a vast range of skills and experiences on this site, so it is an extremely bad idea to bring an inferiority complex here if you are asking for help. Inferiority complexes make you see legitimate answers as personal attacks.
We don’t care what your salary is nor how fast your code compiles.
We care about attitude. Fix yours or leave.