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I'm developing for fun since 1985, starting with UCSD Pascal on some old machines (no hard disk, but four floppies!), then moving quickly on to assembler on the famous C64 and Amiga. During university I started professional development for Windows/Unix/Linux, using a myriad of languages (Pi, Assembler (6502, 68000, 80386/486), Cobol, Modula2, OML, C, C++, C#, Java, Scala, Clojure VB, Prolog, Eiffel, Delphi, Perl, Pascal). Currently my favorite languages are Clojure and Ruby.