As a developer, I go back a long way to the days when 80386 and 80486 IBM PCs on MS-DOS ran the day. I (definitely)don't rank with the best developers out there, instead my forte is practical applications for practical people.
I concede that with more than 2 decades of experience in the Software development industry, I've forgotten more languages than the ones I still remember.
I now work with a sharp team of 20 developers and full stack personnel and its safe to say that I can still show some good moves. I'm proud of my team's skills and love to spend some Teams time with them on some particularly thorny issues. However, it's no doubt that they are sharper, smarter and more knowledgeable about the domain they work on daily and I'm astonished at some of the things they do.
I credit all Open Source authors and creators for the marvellous inventions they have placed and made available to the public domain for our common global benefit. To this intent, I hope that they receive far, far more than they give.
I appreciate you having read this far and thank you for our brief journey together.
AutobiographerMar 1, 2017
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