Posted by Wired on Friday, September 20, 2018 12:30:37I’ve been a computer geek for a long time.
I grew up in the ’70s, but my earliest experience with computers was at the age of seven when I discovered a Commodore 64 at the garage sale.
My mom got me a Mac, and I got my first job as a video editor at a local newspaper, where I would edit newsreels and other films.
When I was in high school, I joined a computer club, where we would all work on a project, and spend all day on it.
I’d take photos, write code, and edit all night.
I loved it, and was a part of the Computer Club for a few years before deciding to go to college.
The club was an amazing experience.
I got to work with computers from a young age, and never got bored.
Now, my computer-loving, programming-oriented self has grown a beard, a new passion for music, and an eye for fashion and design.
I have a few other passions, but the one that’s probably most important is learning to code, which I started doing at a young point.
In my spare time, I enjoy reading, listening to music, writing software, and creating my own websites.
I’ve even started creating my very own personal website, where you can find me browsing through a gallery of my designs.
I’m a software engineer, and the software I use for my personal site is a Python script called pepsi-pandemic.
It’s a tool that lets me do things like track the weather, track the health of an individual, or see the temperature on a map.
I also use it to track and share the health information from my doctor.
I’ve written a few books, including the self-help guide, Code Complete.
I love to write about computers, and programming in general, and this book is an awesome primer for anyone who wants to learn about how to code.
I also enjoy programming with my brother, who is a software developer, and we have a fun online game called Pompano Beach, in which you play as a little boy.
There are also lots of books on the subject, including a few I wrote myself.
I’m excited to get back into programming and teaching.