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Old 1st July 2008
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Hello,

My first experience with programming was a class in high school that taught Pascal (TurboPascal 7.0 - to be exact). After that I tinkered here and there, a class in Visual Basic (.NET) and one in engineering programming - I forget what language exactly, but it might have been Basic, too - but nothing substantive until in college I decided to major in computer science.

I learned C++ in college, and shell scripting, too. On tap in my college studies is Java, Assembly, C (that one I am more-or-less on my own with K&R - but it shouldn't be too much different than C++).

I also have to learn now Perl for my job. And I want to learn PHP and HTML (well, at least brush up on my HTML as its been a couple years) to create my webpages.

The languages I most enjoy so far are C/C++ and shell scripting.
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