Halo 2 for me as well. I started off with C# and learned c++ along the way as well as learned a few asm languages. Also, I haven't talked to Lux in a while.. Me wonders what he's up to nowadays.Started 6 years ago. Learning c#. Teaching myself. w.e. Got into making halo 2 modding programs. Got some help by some friends of mine (lux ur amazing). Since then, just been coding new things in c#.
That's sick, that's one of the reasons I love software so much. You're constantly learning new things and approaches to take on different situations.No offense, but one month of coding does not make you a coder, you may get a jist of it and can put things together and edit already created works, but I doubt you full understand code.
I started back in August when I got a co-op job (half day at school, half at work) working for a software company. It's pretty much 100% on the job experience, so basically until around February when I actually started "real" work for the company (working fulltime/throughout college as well, win), I learned, and learned, and learned...I've also been taking a Java class as well, and I program a lot on my free time, mainly just to learn new s*** that'll benefit me later on.