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Old 12-01-10, 05:48 PM
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Geekspot - Programming discussion forum

GeekSpot.co.uk

Hey there, thanks for reading this post. Me and a friend have today released and put live our website http://GeekSpot.co.uk which is for programming and coding problems / tutorials. We would like to invite you all personally to come and check out our website that is going to become popular with the old members again. We used to run this website over a year ago and it was a success with the community and we had some clever clogs on board.

We will post MANY more tutorials, and we will post upon request.

We would appreciate it if you was to take 2 minutes to come and register and join our community, we also advertise OC3D there. We will update this post with our Twitter, YouTube and Facebook page when we sort everything out.

I look forward to seeing you there!

(iDan)GeekSpot Admin

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Old 14-01-10, 03:08 PM
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Few people have registered, I hope some more will come

Thanks guys!!!!
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Old 14-01-10, 04:07 PM
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what coding is it?

could do with help in the future with quite a few things from css/html to actionscript
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Old 14-01-10, 05:53 PM
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Anything mate, we support a wide range of languages. HTML and CSS is defo easy to help with. Guy who is also admin is a bit of a web developer (he does amazing work).

Join the forum , need any help just login and ask your question .

Edit - added

C++ - Game programming tutorial 5

C++ - Game programming tutorial 4 - Collisions

C++ - Game programming tutorial 3 - Collisions

C++ - Game programming tutorial 2

C++ - Game programming tutorial 1 - Starting off

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 9

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 8

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 7

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 6

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 5

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 4

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 3

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 2

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Old 19-01-10, 05:29 PM
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C++ Dark GDK - Syntax - Input

C++ Dark GDK - Syntax - Music

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C++ Dark GDK - Syntax - Text

C++ Dark GDK - Syntax - Display

C++ Dark GDK - Syntax - Images

C++ Dark GDK - Syntax - sprites

C++ - Game modding

C++ - Game programming tutorial 5

C++ - Game programming tutorial 4 - Collisions

C++ - Game programming tutorial 3 - Collisions

C++ - Game programming tutorial 2

C++ - Game programming tutorial 1 - Starting off

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 9

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 8

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 7

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 6

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 5

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 4

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 3

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 2

C++ - ARCHIVE - Quick tip's 2

C++ - ARCHIVE - Tutorial 1

Java - Encapsulation

Java - Inheritance

VB 6.0 - Winsock chat

VB 6.0 - HTML code stealer

VB 6.0 - DVD player

VB 6.0 - Using parameters

VB 6.0 - Creating a web browser

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Old 07-02-10, 05:01 PM
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Many more tutorials to come today, remember we can't help if nobody joins .

Recently added

VB.NET - Quick postal message

VB.NET - Own Radio Player

VB.NET - Paint Application

VB.NET - Very Simple Calculator

VB.NET - Simple Login System

VB.NET - TaskManager


Do you need help with anything? We will answer questions on the forum, this is my last post here (in this topic) so don't miss out .

http://www.geekspot.co.uk
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Old 07-02-10, 05:20 PM
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Registered, I wanna start coding soon anyway, expand my basic knowledge of HTML
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Looking good, I'm in!

Edit: Saw the age now.. x) lol ^^
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Old 14-03-11, 11:22 PM
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when i click the geek spot link i just get this http://www.sedo.com/search/details.p...artnerid=49563 not geek spot :S
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when i click the geek spot link i just get this http://www.sedo.com/search/details.p...artnerid=49563 not geek spot :S
Site seems to be for sale! I guess things didn't work out for the guys who set this up. Shame.

Maybe this should be un-pinned if this is confirmed?

Cheers,

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