About//TODO: Remove this line var profile = @"I have been a coder for as long as I knew that coding existed, and as long as I had DSL to search for stuff. Nowadays I have more projects than I care to admit, which I rarely finish.";
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It seems a bit unusual, but my parents approved immediately of my going into programming (was 13 at the time), although their reasoning was because of the stereotype of those days that anyone who works with computers with computers makes a lot of money.
When I get stuck I usually try a variant of the duck method. I find someone not involved the project and explain my problem to them. I always figure it out before I finish explaining3
When I was 8, I first saw a computer, and thought this is my future
When I was 11, I got my first computer and I thought, yep computer is my future
When I was 14, I had the option to learn computer studies, and this time, I thought nothing of it. I already knew what I was going to be.