I've worked in the IT industry since 1996, both as a network admin, security consultant and as a developer.
Got hooked on computers when I got my first computer, a Commodore 64, and since then computers and programming has continued to fascinate me.
I started programming using Basic then learned C, C++, C# and Python.
I'm now studying the Rust programming language, which I believe has a good chance of becoming "the new C/C++", at least for my applications.
These days I'm a senior software developer and still a hard-core learning addict. I've learned a thing or two about various topics the last 20+ years and hope to contribute to the StackExchange network, and to StackOverflow in particular.