Started my programming experiences somewhere around 1989 (13 years old) in Borland's Turbo Pascal 5.5/7 and Microsoft's Assembly (Anyone remember these ?)
Over the next years, I was making some big leaps in my development skills - until 1994 - when I've been forced to lay it aside "for a little while" (~5 years);
But never lost my will for improving my programming capabilities, learning and expanding my skills.
Between 1999 and 2001 I've studied Software Engineering - which have been focused - back then - over C++ and Visual Studio 6 (!).
I've finished my studies around the time when the (so called
) Hi-Tech Bubble
over my country had exploded, and dozens lost their work (... leaving me with no place to start with ...)
About 5 years Later I started working in my professinal area again (where at this point I was BADLY
outdated as of the recent technologies: .Net 1.0
, .Net 1.1
But, as the fast learner I am - took me about two years to catch up, and I was back!
As for now, since around mid-2005, I'm working as a software developer and Help-Desk manager in a private company providing chemical raw materials for the medical industry.
Nowadays - focusing mainly on C#4.0 and .Net 3.5/4.0 - I'm pushing (or at least trying to push) our software technologies to the latest ones.
Still enjoying and loving my work and, as Buzz Lightyear (Toy Story)
“To the infinity and beyond!”