I've been coding since I was a kid, I've always enjoyed it. I started with Qbasic, moved to assembler (first x86, then z80), then c, then c++.
I currently know x86 assembler, c/c++, and php really well. I know Erlang and Python well enough to get around in. I can effectively use js, c#, and vb, although I usually prefer not to.
I try to learn something new every day, and love hearing a good argument for functional languages ;)
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