“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results.” — Albert Einstein
I'm young, and decided to study programming just out of my curiosity. I was always inspired of "How can somebody control what should happen, on this machine?", and "Is every single combination of a calculator, preprogrammed?", and some others.
All I know is from reading some books, and hours and hours of web-surfing. Of-course, Stack Overflow boosted my knowledge over any other website (but not over the books I read).
I don't have any college degree, nor do I currently have a job (I'm still a student!). But I just looove helping people with answers (please forget of the rep system, for a minute).
I scored 132 at an IQ test, I was always consider gifted, in school.
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