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Anyone know of any internships?

Started Apr 9, 2009

So, where does everybody code at?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Truman Leung Jun 2, 2008.


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Student, Web Developer
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Web 2.0, Database Architecture, and Game Development.
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C++, C#, Flash/Flex, HTML, Java, PHP, Python, Ruby, SQL, Visual Basic
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..always curious..

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At 4:36pm on May 14, 2011, Karen Chun said…
Sorry - Fred I was trying to thank you for your comment and accidentally posted a comment that was meant for another -- hope I actually deleted the mistake!
At 7:42am on October 15, 2009, Truman Leung said…
Hey Fred, I only organized them during the summer of '08. But you should organize some coworking meetings. I'm sure you'd get some response. All the best! Truman
At 7:49pm on March 13, 2009, Laurence A. Lee said…
'Don't know if any local shops hiring interns offhand, but if you drop a copy of your resume and salary requirements to lalee -at- pobox (dot com) I'll keep it on file and see about any good matches as they come up.

Keep at it with trying out the various frameworks until you find one that you like. To get a good feel for a framework's capabilities, I usually write a simple CMS or Blog (something with Users, Posts, and Comments), along with Authentication and Access Control.

It's a simple enough exercise to finish within a week for most Frameworks; yet complex enough to "hit the walls" that you'd usually hit when writing a more complicated system. Good luck, and please do blog about your experiences to share the knowledge! Wayyy too many frameworks out there! :-)
At 7:57am on March 12, 2009, Laurence A. Lee said…
Yup, Sinatra is a fascinating framework, but I'm really jazzed about Ramaze at the moment. Rendering partials in Ramaze actually works the way I expect it to -- especially across controllers! :-D

I'm working on a Drupal clone in Ramaze, and hope to upgrade into a ruby resource portal in the next few weeks.
At 2:28pm on February 18, 2009, Kevin Lohman said…
xHunt seems to be becoming my procrastination joke. It really is the next project I'm working on. Right now I've got a CrossFit workout application to get out the door.

I recommend Erica Sadun's book "iPhone Cookbook", lots of good extended functionality in there that isn't in the regular apple documentation.
At 9:28pm on January 20, 2009, Greg Hester said…
You should join the Eclipse User's Group here on TechHui so you get updates on our meetings.
At 9:26pm on January 20, 2009, Greg Hester said…
Our next Eclipse Meeting will be Feb 17th and Dan is actually going to be our presenter on GWT. I'll be sending an invite shortly.
At 1:26pm on May 13, 2008, Olin Lagon said…
Heh Derfie, would love to contact you about Django. Just sent in a friend request. Thanks! Olin
At 2:49pm on March 9, 2008, Daniel Leuck said…
Welcome Derfie. Good luck with the launch of your Profiyo social network aggregation project. We hope to see you in the groups and forums.


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