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Joe is one of those software engineers with a film degree. His first paid programming job (what, you think film is a good way to make a living?) was writing games for Apple II's using 6502 assembly. He soon moved to 80x86 assembly, C then C++ for a long time and finally, C#/.NET.
He first wrote software for Windows 3.0 in 1990, when it was first released. Save for some continued work in DOS and a horid, and mercifully brief, foray into OS/2, he has concentrated on designing and writing Windows applications, libraries and middleware, whatever that is.