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I started computer programming on the Spectrum (writing nothing more complicated than "Hello World" and a few programs that tunelessly Beeped ad infinitum) but then progressed to slightly more serious programming on the Amiga.
After A-Levels in Maths, Physics and Chemistry, I went to the University of East Anglia, Norwich, and studied beer, women and Computing Science.
Some years after graduating, I still have an appreciation of Computing Science, but as I am now married, my other studies are frowned upon.
Since graduating, I have worked on many diverse projects in areas including call centres, logistics, architecture and engineering, and heritage.