Iain M Norman

United Kingdom


I've been programming for far too long. It all started with BASIC on a Dragon 32 in 1982, a basic provided by a small company called Microsoft! Then ZX-Basic on the spectrum, Z80 assembler without a compiler, just the instruction tables from the back of the manual, and poking the contents of DATA statements to memory!

Then RM-Basic and Pascal at school, moving to Modula 2 and C++ at university, along with a bunch of weird things like Z and PALASM.

Started web development with just HTML and Perl and CGI gateways. Moved onto Classic ASP and dreaded Access databases! And then on to ASP.net, from Web.Forms though to MVC and into the Javascript revolution.

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