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I started programming in High School writing Fortran IV on punch cards using a keypunch machine. When I moved to Las Vegas I studied IBM AS-400, and RPG. This was when Windows was really taking over, so I switched to VB-6, then VB.Net, and C#.Net.
I have really enjoyed the .Net Platform, and it still amazes me every time I am inspired to the point of writing a new program.
Thanks All ! for giving me the time and patience.