I first learned to program Basic v7 on a Commodore 128 when I was eight years old. I've learned a new programming language almost every year since. When I got to college, I joked that I majored in computer science because it was "undeclared with a future", but I did it because I love programming.
I work mostly in Ruby these days, with some Bash and Emacs Lisp for good measure, and a little Clojure when I find the time.
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