Upload & Sell: On
I've been on both sides of the computer isle, mostly software, back in the 70s n 80s flashing eproms and writing device drivers was my thang, since then it's data structures and UIs, c++ and some other OOs. More a desktop app designer in the 90s, mostly web now. Complete propeller head as is my lady, we've a full network at home, servers n desk/laptops about even, Win and Linux, android based toys only one apple an iPhone (ewww, not really, objective c is interesting).
I may still have an eprom burner, it's probably in the box with my Apple II+ or IBM XT!
6502, 8088 oh ya those were the dayz...cassettes n floppiess, 48K and 256K ram
Welcome to club Canon, a good buddy of mine shoots Nikon and he likes my 40D/70-200 combo, I kinda like his 14-24 on a D3, it's a great bit of kit
Next year a 5D3 will join the party...
Never did the device driver thing, although I've written 10,000's of lines of 370 assembly code back in the 80's. Instead of an eprom burner in a box, I've got an IBM yellow card in a box somewhere.
Stick to MS SharePoint these days. Got three Xeon-based servers running at home with a pretty extensive setup for that. No Linux for me though - I'm a big fan of FreeBSD for fun stuff, but Windows makes my $'s.
If the 5D was running Python, I'm sure I could fix it somehow.
We must talk, I'll PM ya, big on SQL Server 2K thru 08, just started looking at Sharepoint, seems a nice platform with lots of potential, must look at the market/employment ops before committing to certification.
Someone just put android in a camera, can python or ruby be far behind
370 assembly, tso/jcl and the like...ewww