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== E: Coding experience ==
 
== E: Coding experience ==
 
This part is one of the more important ones in your application. You are allowed to be as verbose as you want, as long as you stay on topic ;-)
 
This part is one of the more important ones in your application. You are allowed to be as verbose as you want, as long as you stay on topic ;-)
* I took part in a university project where I had to implement a few windows in Qt/C++ and tie them in to that project. The goal was to implement tools for editing diagrams, similar to flow diagrams. The functionality included drag-to-connect and other diagram operations. I used m-scripts to implement a class and some functions for a course at the same university. The goal was to try to determine how to move legs of a hexapod (spider like robot) to change his position and orientation from one to another. I have not worked with OpenGl.
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* Please describe your experience with C++, Octave or Matlab m-scripts, OpenGL and Qt.
* I implemented a simple "snake" in Ada using Qt.
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* Please describe your experience with other programming languages.
* I worked for a semester on a project at my university in Poland. I used svn and worked closely with my professor on it. I have not participated in any open source projects.
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* Please describe your experience with being in a development team. ''Do you have experience working with open source or free projects?''
* I worked on the project mentioned at the top. The project was developed for a couple years by a few members of faculty and afterwards, me and a few other students were invited to contribute for a semester. I don't know how many lines of code the project had but I do know it compiled in about 10 minutes when compiling for first time. As I mentioned I had to add a few windows that would edit diagrams, similar to flow diagrams, with connecting functionality and tie them in to the program. I think the most I learned from that project was the role of good documentation and taking your time to understand the code before you start adding something new.  
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* I worked on a project on my university in Poland. The project was so big that it 5-10 minutes to compile when compiling first time. I had to add a few windows that would edit diagrams, similar to flow diagrams, with connecting functionality. I think the most I learned about that project was the role of good documentation and taking your time to understand the code before you start adding something new. I took part in that project for one semester - it's a dead project now.  
 
* Please state the commits and patches you already contributed to Octave. ''This question (one of the most important parts by the way) is the only part of your application our wiki admins will edit for you even after the application deadline. Code sometimes speaks louder than many words do.''
 
* Please state the commits and patches you already contributed to Octave. ''This question (one of the most important parts by the way) is the only part of your application our wiki admins will edit for you even after the application deadline. Code sometimes speaks louder than many words do.''
  

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