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I bought my first computer, a TI 99/4A at the age of 14. From that moment on, I knew I wanted to write software.

Many computers, operating systems, and programming languages later, I still enjoy writing software. In those days, the code might have been to play a tune, a lunar lander clone or even a little hardware integration to turn on and off lights. Today, I design and write software for enterprise customers. But, there is still a little time for those small utility applications that help out around the house.


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answered What are some of the required tools to gauge how large and complex a product is going to be?
Jul
9
answered Concurrent development w/o central design?
Jul
9
answered Why are we still using the DOM in the browser rather than a desktop paradigm
May
24
answered Who does the UX on a scrum project?
May
23
answered In the Aggregate: How Will We Maintain Legacy Systems?
May
13
answered Good references for End User documentation examples and advise
Mar
22
answered Did Your CS Program Prepare You Well?
Mar
22
answered Industry has no place for passionate programmers?
Mar
20
answered What ways are there to determine if an idea for change is viable or not?
Mar
18
answered How do you answer “Rate yourself” questions?
Mar
12
answered Scriptable user-interfaces/frameworks for automated UI testing
Mar
11
answered What do you do when one thinks the code isn't complicated enough?
Mar
11
answered Does professionalism in job postings matter?
Mar
3
answered UI Testing with Visual Studio 2010 Feature Pack 2
Feb
15
answered Dealing with inflexible programmers
Feb
13
answered How should I manage a team with different skill levels?
Feb
10
answered Assembly as a First Programming Language?
Feb
6
answered What is the motivation that makes you to stick with current job?
Feb
4
answered Can you be a manager and a programmer at the same time?
Jan
25
answered At What Point Should You Start To Think About Performance?