Dear respected Mr Stewart,
Thanks for your kind response. It's just a coincidence that yesterday in my class of Subject "Advanced Programming Techniques", it was told that to pass this subject either I can create a website/blog or make a successful contribution in any Open source project.
I think this is a golden and Only opportunity for me to give back something to Octave, which is helping me immensely.
I have great interest in C language and have studied and earned certifications from edX in the same. And I see that C is one of the language which has been used in coding the Octave. I have four years of experience of working in an IT company.
It would be great if you could please afford sometime to suggest me. Meanwhile I would explore options on ways on the website.
Thank you. Sincerely,
Student | Technische Hochschule Deggendorf, Germany
| M: +49(0)1512 444 2303
On 21.03.2019 14:07, Doug Stewart wrote:
On Thu, Mar 21, 2019 at 8:42 AM Pawan Chaurasiya
Dear respected Developers,
First of all, I whole-heartedly thank you all people at Octave for
your selfless effort and enthusiasm,in making technology accessible
for all, especially underprivileged who wouldn't have been without
I am using Octave from last five months and I always get a question:
At what maximum price people will buy the "Octave", if it gets paid?
Do you also ask same question from yourself?
I would be delighted if I get a reply.
Student | _Technische Hochschule Deggendorf, Germany_
E: address@hidden | M: +49(0)1512 444 2303
I just got paid by you!!!
I work on Octave for free, so that people can use it for free. My
reward is when people like you enjoy Octave.
I am 72 years old, and I wounder how much my life would be different
if I had Octave when I was 12 years old. I used a slide
rule, then when the first calculators came out I bought one, and when
TI come out with a programmable one I bought it, and have been using
calculators up till I got Octave.
Enjoy Octave and tell your friends!