MetalX help

By LinkedKube
Mar 13, 2007
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  1. agi_shi

    agi_shi Newcomer, in training Posts: 507

    100% true, well stated. I'm ~13.5, I guess almost 14 (I go around telling people I'm 14...). Open first system... probably at 10... Got into programming at 11, still programming, and just built my rig this summer. Pretty awesome - if I had the money I would keep on building, but I don't =(...

    BTW, I haven't posted for a long time here...
  2. kitty500cat

    kitty500cat Newcomer, in training Posts: 2,407   +6

    Yeah, I'm 14 as well. I must have been 11 when my cousin showed me some Visual Basic 6 for the first time. This was so cool: you press a button, and of all things, a window opened! I don't know how old I was when I opened up my old Windows 95 system, maybe 10 or 11.
  3. CMH

    CMH TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,572   +9

    Easier to learn stuff when you're younger. Imagine your grandparents trying to do some programming....

    Building rigs is probably the simplest part of computing, all you need to know is whats good and whats not. Programming however, is a whole different story IMO. My interests don't lie there tho.... I just want to build the best rig and play games :D
  4. cfitzarl

    cfitzarl TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,520   +9

    It's the same with languages...and basically anything...especially languages and computers. I got my first computer at age 11 :D...and then became interested in computers at about age 14...started officially at age 15, and now at age 16, I have learned what would probably take an older person 3 years to learn in under a year :grinthumb .
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