I am a programmer and software tester. I try to use design patterns in all of my development projects. I support open standards in the world of IT.
I feel like programming languages are tools and that while some may be better than others for specific tasks, programming languages cannot be compared in a sense that would elevate one over the others as a "better programming language".
I have interest in C#, PHP, Java, C, C++, Ruby, VBScript, PowerShell, BASH, Perl and SQL.
I also enjoy mathematics of all kinds, Algebra, Calculus, Trig, Geometry, and so on.
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