The views I express here are my own and not those of my employer.
Hello, I work for IBM and now that I have a 1st class Computer Science degree and have been a Software Engineer at IBM for nearly 3 years, I feel like I have enough experience under my belt to try to help people out.
Aside from development experience, I worked as a Java performance tester for a year and a half. I won't claim to know it all, but I'll help answer questions where I can.
Why? Eh, I like helping people. Plus seeing numbers next to my name go up helps. Hence I also dwell on reddit (no you can't have my reddit username).
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