What’s going on here?
Although pretty much 15 years have past since I wrote my first Hello World program, I ha’ve never stopped learning software development. Not only I enjoy learning new stuff about .NET every single day, but I also enjoy sharing them with others.
This blog is intended to discuss real-world problems that I come across in crude terms. That is why the blog might not be updated on a regular basis. I’m sure you prefer to find few useful stuff rather than trying to find a needle in a haystack of junk posts 🙂
Who am I?
Well, I am a computer engineer.I started serious programming since I was still at high school. I actually started at the time that having a 8086 computer was a dream for us. Hard disks?! too expensive to have. Colored graphic cards?! too fancy!!
Basically I’ve done programming with Turbo Pascal (as of version 5.5), Borland C++ and 8088 Assembly. I also wrote several commercial programs with Foxpro.
With the advent of Visual languages such as Visual Basic, I decided to make my hands dirty so I gave VB a try. Soon I moved to Delphi 1.0 because I found it way better structured! I was a Delphi developer until 2003 when I gradually migrated to the world of .NET.
What qualifications do I have?
Bachelor of Software engineering.
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) .NET 3.5
Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) ASP.NET 3.5
Where am I?
The vivid Sydney, Australia.