|Your personal background.|
|Howdy Ya'll, I am a retired Navy veteran living in beautiful South Carolina. I have been retired since December of 2002 and have been participating in Distributed.net, Seti@Home, and now PrimeGrid@Home. I joined Seti@Home in 1999. I think that this is a wonderful way to keep my computer busy when I am not using it. I never turn it off, except for bad electrical storms, so this is a great way to use all that wasted processing power. Who'd of thunk it would ever come to a point where the average Joe could use his home computer to make a useful contribution to society without much effort on his part. I think it's wonderful. I have been in the PC industry since it's infancy back in the early 1980's. I have been online almost as long. Either by running a BBS, or being a BBS user(for those of you who can remember what that was), to surfing the net.|
|Your opinions about PrimeGrid|
|I have always enjoyed being on the cutting edge and helping out projects in thier infancy such as PrimeGrid. I hope that my input can be of some assistance in developing PrimeGrid into a project that is as stable as Seti@Home classic is now. I understand the ups and downs of working the bugs out of alpha/beta software as I have been a beta tester for some years. I am currently pursuing a degree in Computer Technologies. My main focus is networking. Take Care, and Keep Plugging at this project!! Bob|
If debugging a program is the process of removing Bugs, then wouldn\'t writing a program be the process of inserting bugs? Therefore, Programming is the same as Bugging a program.
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