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A programmer (mainly).
- First: CBM VIC-20 (1982)
- Most fun: CBM Amiga + 68k asm (10 years)
- Professional: 20+ years
- Additional formal background from media/TV production
- Various roles and positions, freelance, administration, CTO, owner
Check out some my GitHub projects:psd-reader — particlejs — realtime-blur-js — huewheel — canvas-to-bmp — audio-reader-js — pngtoy — cardinal-spline — transformation-matrix-js — undo-redo — harbour — retro-canvas and more.
“A good programmer can be as 10X times more productive than a mediocre one”
What companies pay for is primarily experience and knowledge ("know-how"). These will result in more rapid development (less caveat, less trial-and-error and so forth) and a fresh developer simply doesn't have this (with emphasis on experience). An experienced developer tend to find a good solution for almost anything that is asked of him.
projective geometry: how do I turn a projection of a rectangle in 3D into a 2D view
There is really no need to consider correct perspective as such. If you project an image that originally is square/rectangle it will "re-gain" (by the means of interpolation) that information when morphed into a equal rectangle. What you might encounter as a problem is lens distortion (bending lines). To solve this you will need more details on the "square" to compensate for the bending.
ASP.NET Webforms developers and web designers: how to interact?
Last line = joke