I first started programming and developing about 6 years ago and it simply fascinated me. Everything about it; from the creation of something new, exciting, to the puzzle-solving that bug-tracking sometimes becomes and then to see the finished product on
I first started programming and developing about 6 years ago and it simply fascinated me. Everything about it; from the creation of something new, exciting, to the puzzle-solving that bug-tracking sometimes becomes and then to see the finished product on which you can look at in joy and, sometimes, even with pride.
When I graduated from school my initial plan was to study Computer Science because I just wanted to know ever more, but a local programming firm approached me and I began working there and yes, I quite liked it, because I learned so much since, some theoretical computer science, but mostly, and that is the most important in this sector, I believe, practical experience with so many new and already-known technologies.
After some time I then switched from that firm to one that is closer to where I live and where I work more independently and, or at least I believe so, the programming is quite on a whole other level.
So that gets me to, well, me. I am currently 20 years old and I live in South Tyrol, Italy, but my native language is German.
Well, I think there isn't much more to say about myself.
In school I learned programming, german, english and italian, but the school was very business-oriented, so I have quite some knowledge of business echonomics, bookholding etc. and I also know the business-related terms and expressions in both German and English.
I also do translating from English to German and vice versa as my German is really very good and my English also is quite good, although I am ever improving it (and I am also currently learning French, but I'm quite a beginner).
I always loved writing (be it in english or german) and I also enjoy reading, in the last couple of months I especially found my love to poetry and I also write some.