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Emma's first steps in programming took place at primary school over thirty years ago, thanks to a TI-99/4A and the LOGO language. Following a Master's degree in English Studies (obtained, strangely enough, with a paper on the birth of the microcomputer), Emma started her career in IT.
Over the last ten years, she has worked as a localiser, technical writer, editor, web designer, systems administrator, team leader and support engineer for companies ranging from Microsoft to the more modest British software company Equisys. After all this, Emma recently found her dream job as an XSLT developer for a pharmaceutical publishing company, and is thrilled that she's finally getting paid for coding after doing it for free half her life.