Since I started contributing to a few blogs related to the world of Software Development, I’ve received several emails in which the readers asked me to give them suggestions and recommendations on how to become a Developer. While reading these emails, I noticed each one seemed to have a different reason for wanting to become […]
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Experienced IT Professional, I created my first "widespread" software in 1993, using good old Assembly 80x86 and The Programmer's Bible by P.Norton. It was an innocuous virus, which didn't do anything but replicating itself. I risked being kicked out of school, which some may think is "cool", but, at the time, it wasn't. So, I had to put out the "coder fire" in me until after school, and I "officially" started my career as a Software Developer in 1997.
Much time has passed since then, and, in all those years, I worked in most of the roles you can find in IT, and learned more than I could have possibly imagined. Yet, I still find myself discovering new things every single day, thanks to the collective knowledge provided by Internet and the countless Communities around there.
Although I already participate to several of such Communities, I decided to start this blog as an attempt to gather in one place all my thoughts related to the world of Software Development and IT in general.
Welcome aboard, I hope you'll enjoy your stay!
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Following the suggestions of several friends and colleagues, and thanks to the inspiration given to me by Martyn Chamberlin, a young and energetic entrepreneur who gave me the honour of listening to my advice, I decided to start a blog focused on the world of Software Development. I’m aware that there are tons of them […]