|location||New York, United States|
|visits||member for||10 months|
|seen||Nov 5 '13 at 15:02|
I got my start looking at my older brother code on a T1-99. Once I wrote out a sample changing the colors of the screen with flashing asterisks, I was hooked. But then, puberty came and girls took my time and thoughts. Then college came and the computer regained control. And it hasn't given up since. Professionally, I like the Microsoft stack. It's mature, has loads of great stuff coming out, and the tools are the best I've ever used; leaps and bounds beyond anything else.
I work at a small company making the transition to a real dev shop from the shoot from the hip dev shop. Of course, I'm also making the transition in my own head as well. Documentation, source control, automation, documentation, unit testing, commenting, documentation, integration testing, monitoring, and on and on. It's started, which makes it no less difficult as over and over again I think of things to do and find things that we don't use and should be removed. I enjoy the challenges of dev and admin and a bit of management and I love learning (allow me one cliche) and working as the senior guy in a small company. So I follow the MSFT guys on twitter, I read the MSFT blogs and some random ones.
All in all, I'm a pretty normal guy that loves what he does and wants to keep doing it.
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