One day back in high school, the math teacher brought something new into class. It was a Commodore PET.
“We are going to spend the next six weeks learning how to program this computer to make it do new and interesting things.” She had me at “program”. I was hooked.
I’ve been a programmer ever since. Even when I’ve been working as a business analyst, classroom teacher, or database designer, I still feel the need to code. A few things have been learned over the years, so the main reason for this blog is to share what I learned with others who are facing similar challenges. Also, writing helps to organize my thoughts, and will help to jump-start my career.
This blog will be a chronicle of my path: the successes, failures, questions, answers and whatever else comes along. Hop on and enjoy the ride!