It wasn't until I was 15 years old that I began to take software development seriously as a profession. Back then, my idea of 'fun' was learning Java during my summer vacation. I was ecstatic with this new way to express my creativity, and I produced countless of tiny programs to accomplish simple tasks. My hope was to learn how to create video games, and I was soon introduced to OpenGL, one of my favorite technologies to this day.
I hadn't expected it at the time, but my curiosity many years ago eventually bloomed into a professional career as a software engineer. After mastering the basics of control flow and languages, I became ever interested in object-oriented design and analysis, and how it can be utilized to craft well-made and functioning code. Now, my goal is share this skill set by delivering quality to my customers.