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Michael

[Version 1] How To Become A Developer

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Hey guys,

I saw from the show that there would be a place I could go to send info about getting the packets of the USB Rubber Ducky, could anyone help me in that, thanks.

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I know I'm signing up! Even if I don't get one I'll buy it myself and give it a try.

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To bad I don't know any programming languages, But I bought one a couples weeks ago and should be here soon, I'd rather learn on one I bought my self and let the free ones go to people that know how to program. :)

I also hope the wiki goes back up soon, it will be helpful for this. :D

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+1 on wanting to develop for the ducky ^^

i for one know C and C++, some perl and also turbo pascal :P

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I would also like to develop for ducky.

I got 5years+ of programing exp. in Bash/ksh, some perl/C under Linux, delphi/C++ under Windows, and PHP for the Web.

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I'm definitely offering my services.

C++ was the first language I learnt, about 4 years ago now, + known C for ~3. I'm always trying to finish off some project inbetween lectures but I finish all my exams in a month, so I'll be looking for some programming to do.

This should be fun.

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I would also love to develop for this.

I have some experience in Objective-C and C++ (few weeks - 2 months), moderate experience in Python, Java, PHP and Visual C#.NET (few months - 2 years), and loads of experience with Visual Basic.NET (3-4 years).

I also have quite a bit of spare time coming up that I'm more than happy to devote to this.

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I, too, would like to join this!

Am currently studying circuit design and device programming at the royal institute of technology in Sweden, been a java developer for 6 years.

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I would like to dev on this.

I program in C++, Java, and VB.

I am proficient with soldering.

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Since you said you were going to show me how to become a developer, show me, Mr. Michael.

If you are asking a question, it should be "How do I..." instead of "How to".

Stay in school, and learn proper grammar and sentence structure. Once you learn how to master that, then you can move your focus onto the "Rubber Ducky" project.

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I would love to develop the Ducky, including expanding the hardware.

I have been working with electronics since I was about 6 years old; now I work with embedded microcontroller systems (including ARM, MIPS, PIC, Arduino, Zilog, Intel, and many other embedded platforms). I work with both hardware and software. I can solder very well, I can do 0.25mm pitch SMD pins and BGA packages. I am very experienced with C, C++, Assembly (I have worked with: Intel, MIPS, AT&T, NASM, MASM, and other syntaxes), many forms of BASIC, and many other languages. I have written both embedded operating systems, and an x86 operating system.

No one would ever suspect the innocent rubber ducky.

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I want to develop for the ducky, I program in java, C++, C, perl, PHP, Objective-C...

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Well I have to say I have really no coding experience besides messing with some code here and there. Such as C programing for the PSP. Watching the segment from Hak5 has inspired me to learn coding for that ducky! Would be pretty cool to get one.

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FWIW, I would really like to develop for the ducky, I've been programming in c++ for the last few year, however I am also familiar with other syntaxes such as python, c#, java, pascal...

Haven't played around with arduino before and would really love to get into that :)

BTW awesome project!

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I also would like to be one of the 100 !

I am a home automation programmer in Australia

and currently have an Arudio Duemilanove and an Arduino MEGA

An Arduino that acts as a HID device sounds like a wicked project I would be keen to help program.

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love this project, definitely gona try some things out i am realy interested in the 'connecting a sd-card' as you mentioned on the show (just got my teensy in :lol: , i ordered it last week when i read irongeek's article)

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I've been programming for years, I have experience programming with Arduinos, making fully autonomous robots powered by a Gameboy Advance. If you're not into soldiering then you could do like I did and put a hub, a flash drive and your teensy into an enclosure .... it may be big but it works!

Bring the link online soon =)

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I'd like to get my hands on a ducky! I love my arduinos, I script in perl, python, and bash, and I dabble in C.

I've got some ideas that I'd like to test feasability.

Will this suffice, because the link you mentioned in the show 404'd for me.

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I would also like to contribute to the project. I'm a computer engineer. I've written several applications for the Arduino (controlling motors, sensors, power supplies, etc.). I've written bootloaders in C and assembly for several microcontrollers. I also have boatloads of experience interfacing with the FTDI UART on most arduino boards via the D2XX drivers. I'm proficient in C, C++, Objective-C, and several assembly languages. Even if I don't receive one of the 100 kits, I'd still like to contribute to the project :).

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I have 5 years of c++ programing as well as 2 years of arduino and basic programming.I also know how to read perl and python.I can also make code for .net.

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