My history of programming goes back to the TI-99, Atari 800 and Apple II.
I attended Rutgers U. (1994-2000), started in engineering but landed in computer science.
I've been working as a computer programmer since 1998. Since 2005 I've been mainly a C# programmer.
The past 3 years I've been doing line of business application development, which I very much enjoy.
Most recently I have started working on a CRM for the automotive sales industry. This is also my first time on a SCRUM team and so far I love it.
I like education is why I enjoy this site and the ideas behind it. Collaborative learning is one of the most exciting thing about the internet.
I'm also interested is human computer interaction.
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