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[Table] IAmA rapper called MC Frontalot. I coined the term 'nerdcore' and remain that subgenre's final boss. AMA.

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On "Charisma Potion," are you saying "attribute" or "attribute?" Yes, exactly.
How's your back? Back has actually been in better shape most of the time since that first tour (the one in the movie that features me whining and groaning about my back). I think I eventually learned to do some damn stretches before and after going onstage, and to simply BE THAT ASSHOLE who always has an important incoming phone call when heavy things need to get lifted nearby.
Also, is the headlamp effective against grues? Of course the headlamp is effective against grues. You think it's just to keep my luxurious hair from getting in my eyes?
As the parent of a 3 year old, I have to ask - how many people recognize you from the Elmo's Potty Time video? Also - best rap about TP production evar! I have definitely had a few folks come up and say they got to the rest of the catalog by hearing the TP Factory rap first. I think it would be a little bit hard to figure out who I am if all you had was that DVD.
Will there ever be an Aquabats collab? I say this because I really want an Aquabats collab. And I might cry if I don't get it. Really big fan, by the way, you're awesome. Thanks for doing this AMA! My dear friend MC Lars has worked with them! And of course they're great. But I am not so much a Ska guy, myself. Still, if they wanted to do something together I'm certain we could figure out a very pleasing mixture of our various weird music ideas.
Front, hello! Thanks for doing this AMA. Been a huge fan for a couple years; you are my favorite artist. Anyway, my question will resolve a debate between my cousin and I. At the very end of Stoop Sale you say, "Saw him do it. He was wishing that he wouldn’t get caught." Does this mean that the buckle allowed him to not get caught by the "store" owner, or that the buckle is not magical at all, allowing you to see him steal it? That is all. Thanks! I like that so many people have been trying to parse out a 'correct' answer to the end of this song. It occurred to me when I got done writing it that you could read it either way and that your reading might tell you whether you have a BEAUTIFUL AND MAGICAL SOUL or are someone who believes that WONDERMENT IS DEAD IN THIS WORLD. I always thought of it this way: the thief takes possession; at that moment he's wishing he wouldn't get caught; that's the wish he gets; thus, even though he's seen taking it, his observers are powerless to catch him. And he's squandered his one true wish. And I don't get mine because I thought about it too much.
What career would you like to have if you weren't a rapper? Novelist! I had always wanted to be a novelist. But I also kind of always wanted to be a voice actor for animation, so I might try my hand at that eventually. And if all else failed I suppose I'd return to graphic design.
Having been following your work for so long, I'm more of a fan of the original mixes of many of your early songs, the ones on the Nerdcore Hiphop "demo". Nostalgia, maybe! Did you have to change them for the album because of the couple hundred uncleared samples your rocked per track? Or was it that you had changed as an artist by the time you were ready to release the album? Yes, I agree! Some of those old demo versions of those songs from my first and second albums are better than the retooled versions. Particularly: yellow lasers, crime spree, gonna be your man, indier than thou. It is because I can't sell stuff with samples in it, so we had to write music for those songs instead! I don't think the different music is the problem so much as my production inexperience at the time. But even now, five albums later, I think that if I leveraged millions of dollars worth of top music producer labor and studio wizardry by just looping shit out of popular songs, it would be kinder to the ear than my essentially home-made originals. For evidence, see: every rapper's mix tape.
PS: My daughter will be potty training soon. I'm going to get her a copy of Elmo's Potty Time, of course. Do you get royalties from that? I don't get royalties from Elmo's Potty Time, but the Sesame Workshop is a great bunch of folks and they deserve all of your eleven dollars and fifty cents.
I'm curious how your colleagues and friends reacted when you announced you'd be becoming a full time rapper. Did anyone try to convince you not to do it? How did you tell them to suck it? How do you feel about terming the word "nerdcore"? Finally, if I promise you a place on my sofa, will you please come to the UK? I'd love to see you live. I don't think anyone told me not to do it. I was already sitting at home all day every day in front of the computer, so becoming a nerdcore rapper full time wasn't blowing anyone's mind, really. Nerdcore is certainly an opt-in designation, so pretty much anyone can call themselves nerdcore and I won't argue with them. But it is also a term that seems to describe certain things (particularly BEING A BIG DORK and having it come through in your music) well enough that it is going to get applied to the work of people who don't care to use the word themselves. So it is a bit harder to opt out of. See for example mc chris, MC Lars, Childish Gambino. I sympathize with them. Nobody wants to be pigeonholed in a way they didn't choose for themselves. But on the other hand, when you make things and put them out there, you don't have much control over how your audience reacts and how they classify you. I'm just glad that people use the nerdcore classification to group together music that they LIKE instead of music that makes them want to pee in your gym locker or whatever.
I want to thank you for all that you have done for us nerds. Your music has meant a lot to me over the years. How did you get your music career started? Do you have any advice for an aspirering nerdcore hip-hop artist? You have been with nerdcore since the begining. I was wondering how do you feel about how it has progressed with time? Is the song Yellow Lasers based on a true story? I think I already hit the first two. 3: I am ecstatic that new kids come up and are talented and think that 'nerdcore' is a useful and meaningful descriptor for their work. They're the ones who make it a movement or whatever, who make it a real thing. THANK GOODNESS FOR DR AWKWARD AND RANDOM AND ADAM AND ETC ETC ETC. Best possible outcome when you make up a music subgenre just to point out your own personal weaknesses. 4: No, thank goodness.
Hey Front, I'm a just starting (Nerdcore-ish) rapper and I've got to ask; was it hard for you to get listeners in the beginning? What method(s) did you use? Thanks in advance. I am the worst person to ask about that because I did not try to get anyone to listen at first. I literally made songs because I thought the multitrack software was cool and put them up because I thought it was cool that I had a web server and knew how to encode an MP3 (in 1999 you still had to post detailed instructions on how to actually LISTEN to an MP3 if you wanted most folks to hear it). I mean, I also loved rapping and thought it was fresh that I could make myself sound like a better rapper than I was by editing takes together. But i did not think I was good or that anyone should pay attention. And if Penny Arcade hadn't noticed me, I don't think the press would ever have noticed me, and nobody would have heard of me, and it would still be a hobby. SO I HAVE NO ADVICE other than try to make songs that you would want to listen to and be proud of. That might help.
My wife thinks you're damn sexy and I can't get her to stop screaming out MC Frontalot lyrics in bed. I wouldn't mind so much but she makes me wear black frames and a red necktie, too. Oh, and one time I came home to her dancing to "Gonna Be Your Man" in a USB cord thong. Any advice? Cam footage or it didn't happen.
MC Frontalot did you want to go to Tim Horton's and look at some beavers? I feel like I could probably order donuts and see pictures of beavers on the internet, but thanks for the invite.
In regards to "Nerdcore HipHop". Did you really start out doing karaoke rap? And what artists did you cover initially? Karaoke rap: no, I never do rap songs at karaoke and never have. In that song, what I mean by 'karaoke rapping' is: performing with playback instead of a band. I wrote that song before I ever imagined having a band, or even going onstage to rap.
In your opinion what is the worst (favourite) of the first world problems? Of the lyrics in MY OWN SONG, my VERY FAVORITE is "scheduling your root canal." Even if you have fantastic perspective on class privilege, you are likely to complain about that. But it is a huge luxury to be able to get your teeth fixed like that and in many parts of the world you instead get to spend the rest of your life in constant pain eating mush food.
More questions about what I think my personal moments of TOTAL BRILLIANCE are, please!
How do you decide which songs are your "video worthy" songs? Do you have some kind of test audience or do you just pick your favorites? Spellah and Gm7 and Brendan and I talk about what songs are the most likely to have appeal (for being catchy or interesting or whatever) plus some of them just come out better than other ones.
I've heard accusations that the recent zombie attacks in Florida are all just you stirring up interest for an "Invasion Of The Not Quite Dead" video... explain yourself sir! Y'know... there IS a video for IOTNQD. Check it out.
It has been great seeing you the last couple years at PAX East and I appreciate you taking the time to talk with me and the fans. What is the worst experience you have ever had to endure with a fan? Thanks. I don't want to dodge this on but I've either blocked it out or no interaction with a fan has ever been all that bad. I will contemplate and come back to it.
What are your nerd credentials? Hmmmm. Myopia, asthma, video game and comics obsession, web design and accounting background, and having invented nerdcore hip-hop. Maybe that's enough?
In "Nerdcore Rising" you commented you were deciding whether to pursue rap full time as a career. Obviously, you seem to have gone this route (Win!). I was lucky to be freelancing in graphic design and web development, so I was able to slowly let go of my clients as the rap income built up. AND I was able to get the most expensive part of my distribution empire (a fancy website) built without overhead. I let my last client go and have not had to take any non-rap jobs since 2006. And no, there's no other supplement (like a gold fountain? a pet iguana who barfs five dollar bills?).
So…..IS it possible to be a full-time independent artist and actually survive financially in modern times, or do you have supplemental income? Random, Adam Warrock, chris, and Lars all do nerdcore full time now. There may be others I'm failing to know about. Amanda Palmer rocks seven figure kickstarters. And your weirdest aunt sells crochet fuzzy celebrity placentas on Etsy. So yes, independent artists can make ends meet. It may even be easier than it ever was before internet came along.
When you go on tour how do you decide if you want to bring the full band or just DJ PC? Edit: Now that I think about it... is it DJ CPU? I always want to bring the full band, and I only ever don't if it's impossible for some reason. Usually that reason is financial.
Do you make a living doing this? Amazingly, yes.
I'm a huge fan and I just wanted to thank you for doing this AMA! My next release will be a compilation of the most awesome live recordings from my big ol' tour archive, properly mastered. Hopefully before tour season starts up.
Is there anything new you are working on that you would care to share with us? When can I expect more auditory orgasms from your general direction? Oh, also: the final kickstarter-funded videos are in the works at long last: I'll Form The Head and Colonel, Panic!
Hey MC, whats your favorite D&D class? Thief/Assassin (which I think now is Rogue?), followed by Cleric.
I recently decided I would love to start writing raps and whatnot. I've written poetry before, and decided it was the next logical step...and then when i started all i got were really bad lines, and no idea what to write about. What pill do you take that makes you rap well? The pill is called Rhyminex DM. It is a 24-hour time release capsule. Don't take two at once or you'll turn into Jay-Z.
The secret track on Zero Day was a very fun puzzle. Did it achieve your expectations? Was it broken faster or slower than you expected it to be? I think it got broken within the first 24 hours. Maybe 48. It was nice and fast. Even a year and a half later, only 258 people have solved it, so I think it was sufficiently difficult.
2 - Have Jerry or Mike from PA ever demanded a post-PAX 3 Way? They demanded one, and then demanded that I not participate. Elitists. This is the closest we'll probably ever get. It occurred about an hour after doors closed at PAX 2006.
I only really care about one of those. Thanks for retweeting a link to my site awhile back. Your song "Charity Case" is the reason I don't pirate music anymore. I bet you're an awesome person IRL. It goes better than I have any right to expect, thanks for asking. I don't know! We talked about doing one about ten years ago. Maybe someday we'll get it together. I'd love to.
Is "Yellow Laser Beam" based off a true story? This is the most popular question so far.
Are you working on a new album or new songs? Next studio album will probably be a kid's record with a storyline that runs all the way through, perhaps an album-length fairy tale or sci-fi epic. Fall of 2013, tentatively.
Hey, MC Front. Long-time fan. I was wondering, what artists or bands would you most like to collaborate with? Del tha Funkee Homosapien, Amanda Palmer, Busdriver, PJ Harvey, Jean Grae, Tom Waits.
How do you feel about DJs pirating your (or others') music in order to play it on community radio? How do you feel about the censorship of swearwords and adult content for radio? Was the movie Nerdcore Rising completely true or were there elements of fiction/dramatization in it? Nerdcore rising contains no staged stuff but if you were there for all of it (I was!) you would notice that some stuff is out of order and the PAX show which was actually a bit after the tour is made to seem like the last show of the van run. There's also huge crowd cheering hilariously cut to the end of a performance that's in front of like 14 people in Tennessee I think. Little stuff like that, mostly serving the narrative flow. Real life doesn't have that much narrative flow. The thing that seems weirdly false to me when I accidentally watch the movie these days is: right before going on at PAX I'm all like "I think this will be the largest crowd I've ever been in front of." I think? I THINK? The only thing going through my mind as I'm saying that is that it is 50X as many people as I've every performed for previously and that I'm terrified. I bet Negin wishes I'd been honest and said that. Would have done wonders for the NARRATIVE FLOW.
Do other styles of nerdy music count as nerdcore, or does it have to be rap? End-user music piracy does nobody any harm. And in fact, for someone at my level, every time a set of ears gets exposed to my songs, that's a net positive. That's an n% chance of a new fan. And any new fan has some chance of becoming the kind of fan who supports me materially by buying what they already downloaded, or getting a shirt, or seeing a show, and all that is what lets me keep doing this full time. Pirates who make money piss me off, though (see: russian MP3 sites, TV shows that don't file their ASCAP paperwork properly, etc). Because they exist, I am glad that copyright laws are enforceable when appropriate.
What goals/plans do you have career-wise? Are there any particular collaborations you would like to pull off? Any venues you are shooting for? Any milestones like being on the soundtrack of a Hollywood blockbuster or some such? I continue to dream (without really doing anything to make it happen) about having some fancy hollywood movie about geek life demand a theme song from me. I mean, ideally it would be a movie that I'd be excited about, something from Gilliam, Burton, Payne, Whedon, Raimi. But that is just a dream, and realistically I'd be on just about any movie sound track if the film were not about how war is awesome or how girls are dumb or other things that movies are often about that I do not agree with.
I want to voice some cartoons. Cartoon producers, call me!
The one venue I've always wanted to play is the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. Sadly, I couldn't fill it up by myself. But maybe TMBG will let me open for them there some day.
Why didn't I get to see G-Minor7 at the SF show last year? Made me a little sad. Gaby does not really like being on the road. It's hard for him to work and car rides are boring for him. He hates noisy bars, which is most of where we play. And don't tell him I said so but he is kind of bad at lifting up equipment and moving it through doorways without bumping into things. So we all understand why he doesn't come out on the road any more! But we miss him, probably more than you do.
That said, he claims to be considering doing a fall run with us this fall.
Can you describe your relationship with Zack Johnson and Josh Nite (of Kingdom of Loathing fame)? How you met them and all that. Thanks :) We were investigating a distress beacon from the ship Prometheus together and wandered into a huge, gothy chamber filled with weird eggs. Josh looked at one of them too closely and got his esophagus impregnated with a weird alien parasite. Later at dinner, it burst violently from his chest. The three of us often look back on that shared experience and laugh knowingly, then fuel up our flame throwers.
What have you been listening to recently? The new Busdriver album Beaus$Eros (bows & arrows), which is fantastic. Also, the new Fountains of Wayne and the most recent Mike Doughty.
How did the Problems tracks on Solved come about? They were fun to listen to and I enjoyed them, but I always wondered how you got to sit down with Wyatt Cenac, Kristen Schall, and Eugene Mirman. Also, how did you and Lars come up with Black and Yellow T-shirts/Captains of Industry? It's a personal favorite of mine. Kristen: I got Hodgman to advocate for me at the Brooklyn Book Fair and then hassled her A LOT until she agreed to do it. She is incredibly nice. Once she was on board, Eugene and Wyatt I guess decided I was legit enough to spend 45 minutes with. Comedians do something that to me seems almost impossibly cool and difficult, so it remains a big thrill to me that I'm able to trick them into being on my albums. Trying to get Posehn and Reggie Watts on a future thing.
How many different ties do you own? Maybe about 30. I need some new ones. Half of them have sharpie marks on them or are falling apart.
You've mentioned before that you are mistaken for a novelty act. I don't think of you as that, because you make good music that just happens to have nerdy themes and jokes. It is more compelling for being weird or funny than it is for being music you can't get anything out of it on repeat listens that you couldn't on first listen if you put it on a mix CD with songs that aren't novelty songs, the person listening would be like 'ugh, you should take that one off.' But it's almost always the critic's response, isn't it? Almost nobody sets out to make a novelty record. And I might denigrate someone by calling them a novelty act when you think they are weaving their subtle and rewarding artistry and it's just way over my head. Sorry, I guess my answer is: who knows.
How would you define the "line" an artist has to cross where they become a novelty act?
Do you have a chord/tab area somewhere? I'd love to be able to learn a few songs (Diseases of Yore, Shame of the Otaku for example) but haven't been able to find them. What was it like working with JoCo, was it in studio, or did he send you his parts over the interwebs? I don't have any chords or tabs posted, but a few songs have gone to notation to help incoming keyboardists. Maybe I'll make those sheets available sometime.
JoCo is a friend and is always fantastic to work with. We did Diseases of Yore via email and FTP, but we get to do it live every so often, usually with Paul & Storm on backup.
Thank you so much for doing this! I have been to numerous shows and been a fan since the early days. Speaking of the early days, do you ever talk to KOMPRESSOR anymore? Are they still producing anything? I was going through my wayback mp3 archive and found your collab piece and still think it's awesome. Would it ever find its way onto a mainstream release? Haven't chatted with Drew lately, but he remains a prolific web cartoonist and tee shirt monger. He also puts out albums every so often. His last one was I think all booty-shaking jams.
You have an extremely unique style. What are your influences for this and how long did it take to develop into what it is today? I just kind of tried to rap as well as I'm able. Never consciously aimed at developing a style. I'm still trying to get better! Probably the stuff I listened to in High School influenced me the most: Del, De La Soul, Public Enemy, Tribe Called Quest, 3rd Bass, NWA.
Hey Frontalot! Been a fan of yours for a while. I was never much into rap but you're highly unique, original and very talented! As a fellow geek/nerd, what are some of your favourite computer games of recent months? I am in deep with Diablo III. Those Blizzard fuckers really know how to light up the reward centers in my brain. Just got Max Payne 3 (though on console) and it is kind of incredible. Think I'm almost through it.
Not much of a question, but more of a request. Can/will you ever come to the east coast? specifically the hampton roads area? the norva is pretty awesome. We actually played in Hampton Roads at an anime con last year! Hopefully they'll book us again sometime.
Do you have any plans to collaborate with Wil Wheaton and release a Shellfishcore hip-hop album in the future? For the sake of the entire non-hearing-impaired population of the world, thankfully, no.
Have you always been a good story teller, or is it something that you discovered/crafted through rapping? I always wanted to be a writer. I did lots of short stories and edited the literary magazine in high school. I wrote a short novel as my honors thesis in college. So actually I came to rapping from the writing angle much more than the thinking-I-would-be-good-at-rapping angle. Jury remains out on whether I'm actually any good at either of those aspects of my job.
What is Kompressor REALLY like? Scary as hell. And mean to animals.
I have sinus congestion. What do you recommend for a stuffy nose? Also please make music forever. Hanging out in the desert helps. Also zirtec.
What's your favorite Science Fiction franchise? Star Wars. Even with the later era of disappointment and sadness.
When will you start taking on full time disciples? When I am old and living in a dojo on top of a mountain.
Can you loan me your dog for the weekend? He's the cutest! I get this a lot. Start a dog walking service in Brooklyn and then maybe.
Yo, Front! 1) When will some new music drop? I need to give you more money. 2) Any further word on an official release of that collaboration with Wheatus on "Teenage Dirtbag"? At some point Brendan will have his all-remixes Dirtbag album in production, and we'll do a studio take of the rap then. For now, this London performance is your best keeper.
Beer, cheese, or monkeys? I would like the monkey to serve me the beer while wearing one of those Wisconsin sport fanatic cheese-shaped hats.
Hey man! Love your work, especially Bizarro Genius. As for questions: what rappers do you listen to? What Is your favorite videogame? Do you like whales? I like MF Doom, Busdriver, Del, Brother Ali, and lots more. My favorite video games of all time are probably Psychonauts, Red Dead Redemption, Lode Runner, and the HHGTTG text adventure. And no, whales can go fuck themselves.
Hello Front, it's me again (the Magic: The Gathering hater from Nerdcore Rising). I've been to several of your shows, but never had to opportunity to actually talk to you, as you were either too busy, or just had a deer-in-the-headlights look whenever a girl was near. Anyways, my question is this: what's your favorite Tom Waits album? Also, which do you prefer, his early folk-style years, the jazzy Small Change era, or his more recent experimental work? My favorite Waits albums are Small Change, Rain Dogs, and Bone Machine. I cannot seem to whittle it down to one. I love the heavier groove stuff best, starting really with Heartattack & Vine and continuing through Real Gone. But every one of his albums is goddamned treasure.
of all, your music is seriously awesome. I went to one of your concerts at The Space in CT and I was seriously blown away by how fast you can rap things. Questions: You went to Wesleyan University, correct? I am currently a student there. I was wondering what your major was and also who your favorite professor was? Thanks! My favorite profs were Annie Dillard, George Creeger, and Jessica Shubow. I don't imagine any of them are still there. I majored in English.
This may seem like a silly question. But, after watching the documentary Nerdcore Rising with a buddy, I told him it's only a matter of time before we would see you or MC Lars on a some Nickelodeon show, Disney show or even Glee as an "unhip" teacher who helps a kid study for a crucial test with a Nerdcore rap. He stated you wouldn't be interested as it would be selling out. I still contend it will happen. If an offer came your way, how interested would you be in the opportunity? It would be selling out to make a song for BP about how great they are at cleaning up oil spills, or one for Apple about how noble they are for being patent trolls. Acting is so far removed from my artistic output that it wouldn't bother me to do it, even on a show that's not very good like Glee. In fact, I bet it would be a shitload of fun.
I thoroughly enjoyed your performance in Vegas last year at Defcon. Will you be there again this year? We're in talks! It looks very much like I'll be there, rapping.
Frontalot is the final boss ultimate inferno difficulty. What's up, Bryce! I miss you.
Front, STR: 11 DEX: 12 CON: 8 INT: 18 WIS: 3 CHA: 2 (modified to 22 with my +20 Mic Of Compelling Stage Antics)
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If you are unsure, you may roll four six-sided dice and use the the top three of four as your score. Also, please include any special ability modifiers.
No questions, just thank you for being awesome! GLAD TO BE OF SERVICE.
Tell us about Ma Front. I have two young sons, and I want to know how to raise them so that they'll come back and visit me. ;) You could try running customer service for their merch mail-order business for them when they're in their thirties! That is a very endearing thing for a mom to do. Also gives you stuff to talk about on the phone all the time.
For the sake of the entire non-hearing-impaired population of the world, thankfully, no. Not that Wil's rapping is bad. Just, c'mon. Shellfishcore. Ufff.
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Jump from IT to CS without a degree but a lot of self taught experience? Advice? Am I an idiot?

Sorry for the wall of text, this is even after I chopped it up.
Hello guys! When looking for jobs, all the good CS jobs say Bachelor degree required. Do I roughly meet the requirements given my work experience and portfolio? My current job now has several programs and services I wrote that it now relies on to continue, and shows stability in at least my code. After looking at some of the posts on this sub, I realized that I have forgotten a lot of the algorithms and details. I can solve any problem you throw at me, but I might not use the most proper method, I do what has reliably worked for me.
I have loved and played/worked with computers from as far back as I can remember. I wrote and released my first programs at 13 (game cheats for warrock) and developed in C,C++,VB.Net, C#, Java, JS, more before I finally landed on C# and have been doing that for around 10 years self taught. I have created hundreds of projects over the years, written countless lines of code (millions?), most of which never got close to finished but there are dozens of mostly completed programs and projects I can call entirely my own and have a large amount of variety of function.
Here are some things off the top of my head, I feel I can list on a resume and discuss thoroughly in an interview. Many of these because I designed it from the ground up for at least one project.
  • Sockets: I wrote a networking library/tcp wrapper with serialization at 15. Rewrote it twice and now I use this whenever I need easy networking because it is dynamic event based (maps packet ID/CMD to Method). I understand byte and character encoding/decoding, and how to reliably communicate quickly and securely across different code languages and systems, including things like clustering and High Availability
  • Protocols: I am familiar with IP/TCP/UDP and can use it for protocols like, http/s, pop3/imap4/smtp, dns, whois and I can learn more. Also familiar with MSSQL, MySQL, LDAP, AD
  • APIs: Experience in writing and using APIs of all kinds, including calling APIs using GET/POST and Authentication over TCP, or for websites using jQuery. Also familiar with Win32 API (user32+kernel32). Other examples of APIs I have used include Google/YouTube API, Rackspace APIs
  • Automation and scraping: I have made bots that play games and bots that navigate websites like a human. I can do it using win32: PostMessage, web browser invokes (no input), or using .Net's default input SendKeys (which is just a wrapper for win32 calls). I have even done this using Microsoft Detours in C++, it just takes more effort.
  • Troubleshooting and Tracing: IT has refined my troubleshooting skills to where I have frequently fixed code by diving into it, I find it rare to feel completely stumped since there are always more things to look at and test.
Examples of programs I have written, all of which were done with google and time. Some were released free, some were sold, some sit in my computer to this day. Very little copypasta, almost all hand written:
In C#: IT/Admin Dashboard for remote service configuration, POS Client/Server (subscription based downloads over TCP), Basic anticheat, packet sniffer, chat client/server, service/protocol monitor, HTTP Server, Game Server+Client with Mono, DLL Injectors, task managers, a Remote Administration Tool, USB Virus scanner, Installers and auto-updaters, GameGuard Bypass, stuck pixel fixer, more.
In C++: Music player for GunZ: The Duel (used a 3rd party sound library), game anticheat, additional game features for GunZ servers and clients.
So ultimately, do I need to do more or should I just complete a resume and portfolio and start looking? Any recommendations for portfolio site templates or reference material regarding this? Am I crazy in thinking I can use my current experience to jump into CS? ** With the listed skills and projects, do I have what it takes to be a real programmer?** I love the feeling of creating something from nothing (text).
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