Currently looking for my first job as a programmer, so wish me luck!
I started programming a year ago when I was 27 so I'm a living proof that you don't have to be born with keyboard stuck in your a** and write compiler at the age of 9 to code and love it!
SO is my daily routine, I learned so much here without even asking.
Current reads: Kenneth Reek's "Pointers on C", Jon Bentley's "Programming Pearls".
I know my english is poor, I'm slowly working on it when I'm not busy programming.
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