Very little organized training (High School AP class in 1991) but several years of experience hacking together pieces of code.
I greatly appreciate the willingness of the community to help each other improve their coding skills.
I find myself joining more and more related sites. There's so much to do here!
I joined specifically for PHP programming Q&A, but I find myself much more active on EL&U.
I have only my own experience and my highschool education to guide my answers on EL&U.
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