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ThatWebDevKid Scripter Application

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  1. Snippets: [Source] (Link to thread)

I don't have any snippets that I can link to due to the fact that I have been spending majority of my time developing scripts and learning the API. I haven't had any good opportunity to share snippets of code as I am still actively learning and advancing my skills but haven't made any significant breakthroughs to share with the community. With that being said, if I ever do get the opportunity or chance to share code that I feel will benefit the community, I will definitely do that.

  1. Tutorials: [Source] (Link to thread)

I haven't gotten the chance to write any tutorials to be able to help out the community however I have helped tribot users 1-on-1 on the discord channel whether it was helping them setup their tribot client, getting local scripts to run, or even giving them a helping hand with a bug or problem they encountered in their own script. I try to be active on the forums but I find myself way more active on the discord channel and engaging with others there as oppose to here. 

  1. Open source scripts available to the public (Three scripts are required): [Source] (Link to thread)

 

  1. Short biography / Coding Experience: [1-2 short paragraphs]

I have been programming for over 10+ years now. I started in high school programming and learning what it was all about and as an adult, it is still my passion and something I treat like an art form. With every script and every program I write, I always do my best to follow best practices and make my code as readable and scalable as I possibly can. Currently my full time work is dealing with programming (Fullstack web development) so it's something that I'm constantly around and need to do.  SInce code reviews are a significant part of my fulltime work, I'm not afraid of getting my code torn to pieces by other programmers as I love the opportunity to learn from others what I may not know. Although new to Tribot and OSRS community, I'm not new to programming and I feel my past experiences will help me with my development here at Tribot.

  1. Reasons why you feel you deserve Scripter: [1-3 short paragraphs]

I feel that I deserve Scripter rank due to my continued efforts to help provide quality and useful (or atleast what I think is useful) scripts to the public to use. I always try to improve my code and provide what I feel is the best quality code that I can to the public and hopefully others can benefit from what I write. I've demonstrated this through the fact that I am in constant contact with scripters and premium scripters through private discord messages in order to get their feedback on my scripts to see where I can improve and what I can do to make my code faster and more efficient. I've especially been in close contact with @bbuu20 (he's freaking awesome!) when developing my first few scripts to get all the knowledge that he possess so that I can be on the right track from the very start.

As a scripter, it's not just about writing code for others,  it is also a duty of mine to share the knowledge I have with other beginners alike to help them improve their scripts. I have had the opportunity to also give code review to others who were just beginning to develop their own scripts and provide my insights and my way of doing things on problems and challenges they had run into through discord. Although I still consider myself a beginner and nowhere near the ranks of the scripters and premium scripters on this forum, I still do my best to share the knowledge I have gained so far when I see an opportunity to do so.

  1. What you plan to provide the community with: [1-3 short Paragraphs]

I plan to provide more free and open sourced scripts to the community. I have open sourced all the work I have shared with the community and I plan to continue doing this going forward. I'm happy to let others see the source code for the product they are using and they themselves can determine if what I have written is suitable or not for their needs. I also love open sourcing my work cause it allows me to get great feedback from the other community members that I may not if I close source it. It also gives beginners who are just getting into the scripting community to have resource to look and get inspiration from (which is something I definitely did and found is super helpful)!

  1. Do you agree to continue to not only update, but provide more free, open sourced scripts to the community? [Yes/no]

Yes, I do. Unless I have a very good reason, I don't ever plan to close source any of my work that I share for free with Tribot community.

 

Thank you for the opportunity and time to review my application 😃

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Yes from me. Some of your naming is a little questionable, for example: private void thingToDoOnChange() { could probably be changed to something more meaningful. The same could be said for a fair few other of your methods. Overall though, nice to see a decent variation of scripts prior to your application. Just make sure should you pass this application that you continue to develop. Don't disappear. :)

 

 

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