Experience with Basic/VB/C#. Not a programmer, but I have just gotten into C# full time. BS in Marketing from Auburn University. Spent 4.5 years in the mechanical engineering school there before washing out, but I treasure that experience almost above everything I have gone through. 14 college level math classes and so on. Presently, I have numerous programming concepts I am working on, and I try to stay focused on the output and how it will make lives better. Object oriented programming should be output oriented programming as far as I'm concerned.
I am very serious minded, and the extras of friendship and laughs are secondary. I WANT to complete some projects, so that's the primary goal line with me.
I have been extremely interested in core opimization techniques, and I have some methodologies that I feel improve upon those in Windows and would probably work on other platforms. Otherwise, I am interested in the idea of improving the functionality of MS Office and other office programs (and browsers) via plug ins or straight apps. File management is another interest of mine.
I have worked with a couple of programmers in the past, and I can show any programmer who would like to consider partnering, the fruit of those projects. One is an extremely cool Excel VB/formulas program for measuring who is the hottest PGA golfer. Another program was a C# program that revolved around very extensive file management techniques. Didn't finish, but, unfortunately, got to the end of the line for both of us with knowledge. Parted on good terms, but I don't have the source, because the partner wrote the program. The concept is very real and is something I want to complete very much.
I say I am a designer, but there is plenty of room for negotiation and collaboration. I am skilled with Paint.net and Inkscape, so my goal is to stay busy with graphical, to do lists, and schemes, and so on. Putting concepts to picture is super helpful I have found, especially when coupled with text explaination. Overall, I'm just looking for a talented programmer or programmers who want(s) to grow and take a chance on being a part of a partnership.
Last, I don't lie, and I don't like lies. I do believe in contracts, but I believe mostly in the golden rule. Honesty will never lose me, I promise. Any agreements I will for my part honor...