I started learning to program on the Apple IIe when I was in 3rd grade. I've worked in many languages, including C, C++, Pascal, Java, PHP, Perl, C#, Visual Basic ... once you've worked in enough languages, working with a new one ceases to seem all that impressive.
I've worked professionally as a software developer for my entire adult life. Currently, I'm a .NET developer working in Omaha, Nebraska.
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