The Programmer Queue

External Services:
  • programmerqueue@livejournal.com
My first real computer was a Commodore VIC-20 that I got when I was about 10 years old. I spent many hours typing in programs from magazines and trying to write my own programs. A couple of years later, I got a Commodore 64, and eventually a 128. Over the 8 years or so that I used these computers, I began to get very interested in computer programming. I started taking programming classes in high school and decided on Computer Science as my major in college.

I've been working full time in the Computer Science field for about 10 years. Computers are my passion as well as my job. I've been told by other programmers that if they can't figure something out, they can ask me and often get an answer immediately, or shortly thereafter. I become obsessed with solving any computer issues I come across no matter how large or small. It is this ability and experience that has made me the leading developer on many successful projects in my company.

My goal is to share as much of this knowledge here as I can as well as pursue and answer questions from the readers. This information may be programming related, or just general use questions. But it will always be related to computers and consumer electronics.