The Ramblings of Jeffrey Stedfast
So, I was told this morning that I'm on Ohloh.net's top 15 "Most Experienced C Programmers" list.
Sure enough, there I am:
Updated: Turns out, after I had consolidated my accounts, I'm now #9 on the list.
Hmm, I see ...Great ......and, so what ;)? Free beer for everyone? I'm afraid I didn't get it.
Just patting myself on the back ;-)I guess all it really means is I've been programming in C for far too long...
I think its a coding language detection issue too. All my code gets tagged as "C/C++" and i only have 4 months of "C". In fact, I'm nr 10 on the C/C++ list. Maybe it detects pre-ansi C as "definitively not C++" or something?Anyway, The C and C/C++ categories should probably be combined, as the detection doesn't seem reliable.
Alexl: yea, I noticed you were way up on the C/C++ list - maybe it only counts C89 as C? And C99 as C/C++?Would that apply to you? (I'm not sure, just a wild guess)
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