I got hooked on programming in 1980 at Argonne National Labs when they got an Apple ][ and were looking to make it do something. I wrote a data collection and plotting program that automated a lot of drudgery out of the environmental studies lab and I've never looked back. I've spent all but six years as a consultant learning new businesses and coding up solutions. I have a particular fondness for embedded systems. Now I find myself spending more and more time creating online video training courses for programmers.
My latest Pluralsight course - Qt Quick Fundamentals went live on Pluralsight at the end of October 2014. The third and final course in the trilogy Integrating Qt Quick with C++ will be playing in a browser near you in February 2015.
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