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Naton's Scripter Application

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1) Snippets:

N/A

2) Tutorials: 

Basic JavaFX tutorial, including issues with uploading JavaFX to the Tribot repository - [Thread Link]

3) Randoms/updates submitted:

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4) Scripts available to the public: 

nMiner (Most recent, implements ABC2) - [Thread Link][Source Link] 

nSand Crabs - [Thread Link][Source Link]

nCastle Wars AFK'er (Relatively basic script) - [Thread Link][Source Link] 

5) Short biography / Coding Experience: 

I am currently 20 years old, studying computer science at a community college in upstate New York and am transferring to a four year school in the fall. I first began programming in the fall of 2016. I hosted a private server several years back however I did not do any coding. I'm not trying to fool anyone into thinking I am the best programmer out there, but I am determined to continue advancing my skills. Most importantly, I have a passion for programming. I genuinely enjoy learning new things in the realm of programming. When I am not programming or studying for school, I enjoy working out, skateboarding, hanging out with my friends, playing chess, and of course playing video games (mainly league of legends and runescape). I currently work a minimum wage job at Panera Bread which I cannot wait to move on from (food service is not a walk in the park). I do not gold farm at all, the setback of a ban frustrates me too much.

6) Reasons why you feel you deserve Scripter: 

I believe that I deserve the rank of Scripter because I am committed to providing superior scripts that users enjoy. I have already provided the community with several free scripts amassing 2000 users. I have received astounding compliments on my Nightmare Zone script, with some users even stating that they prefer it over other paid options. My scripts have been met with a load of positive feedback (the links to my scripts forum threads are in my signature if anyone cares to see). I continue to help people with programming issues and questions about the Tribot API. I am also an active member of the discord where I also assist users with programming problems. I am very active on my script threads, always staying up to date with bug reports and promptly fixing said bugs.

Tribot allows me to apply what I learn through school and on my own to a proper outlet as a helpful and productive member of the community here by providing free scripts to users and assisting people with their own programming questions.

7) What you plan to provide the community with: 

I plan to provide the community with quality scripts that they can count on. I will always stay up to date with the scripts I release, fixing bugs asap. I also plan to continue helping others with their own programming. Doing so allows me to solidify my existing knowledge and helps others to become familiar with programming, as well as helping to create a strong, positive community atmosphere here at Tribot.

8) Do you agree to continue to not only update, but provide more free, open sourced scripts to the community? [YES/NO]

Without a doubt, yes

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