I am a total newbie when it comes to programming (been like that for the last 12 years!). I dabble a lot and have built websites and Windows apps, but I don't consider myself a programmer, as I don't really know whether I am doing it right. (but my applications and websites work, just don't know if I am using the best methods and techniques etc... example I once used a DataTable rather than a Generic.Dictionary - Newbie!!! - But don't worry I have fixed that now. ;))
Currently a Support Manager/IT Manager for an MIS software company.
Thoroughly enjoying MongoDB, Node.JS and Express at the moment.
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