I would like to start by saying that this has been an idea (to start blog) long due. Writing is hard, I mean how many times have I thought about writing but never really got to doing it, and it’s tough!
But, here I am, finally writing my first post for my blog! Never really thought this would be done on a Sunday, I mean, since when are people getting anything productive done on a Sunday? Just kidding! Thanks to the people who have been pushing me to get this started for a more than a year or so (just so you know I do get around to doing things, in my own time which sometimes may be based on IST standard).
This blog would mainly be a collection of my thoughts on various subject matters that interest ME! I also would like to think of this as a dairy where I can record events, realizations (would be interesting because I don’t have many ), technical stuff (stuff for punk nerds, yeah that’s me category), etc…
This brings to me to introducing myself. How many times did you get the oportunity to say all the good things about yourself? Not many!
I started programming when I was 19 in C on Linux (credit to my father for insisting Linux). I have explored a vast range of technologies, languages (both programming and the traditional meaning of the word), operating systems and gadgets! I love Linux and open source software and the freedom to share knowledge and keep it open for all. I believe in sharing what I’ve learned, simple. The best things in life are always free.
I got into web based application development a few years back and still continuing in the web arena. Started web based development in PHP and continued for a couple years before I switched to C#. Right now you are probably thinking how a guy who loves open source is working on an M$ technology, well it’s simple, I do it for the MON$Y. It’s not what I love but something that sustain me to keep doing what I love.
I spend a lot of time with JS frameworks, HTML & CSS building usable user interfaces. I love programming and understand that it’s a process like everything else in this world and SAM’s “Teach yourself programming in 7 days” will get you nowhere.
That’s enough for now and would like to conclude my first post here. Thank you for reading, if you have gotten this far
If you like what you see and feel like leaving comment(s), well, come and join the party. Would love to hear from you (be nice now )!
Happy Blogging people!