I started my first software development company when I was 16. That was 30 years ago. If I had known then what I know now...
I prefer Python these days, especially since Java has turned into nothing but frameworks and XML Hell.
I'm really getting into working with microcontrollers and IoT stuff. I think the Maker community is possibly the next big thing.
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