I was very much interested how computer games work as a kid. I have seen that game graphics are displayed and the logic of the game works well, yet, I knew that this was physically manifested as cables. I decided to become a programmer, since I wanted to know what was behind the wonder that based on cables and electricity a virtual reality is created. Also, I realized that I should not choose another profession, since my handwriting is unreadable.
As a kid, nobody took me seriously and when I had a question about programming, I had to go to the library to find the right chapter in the right book. Today, this has become simpler and I am happy to contribute to helping other fellow programmers.
In the spirit of Knuth, I consider programming an art and I improve my source-code until I no longer see the difference between profession and art.
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