I’ve been writing code since the days when QBasic shipped with Windows 3.0, but it wasn’t until years later that I learned that programming is both creative expression and analytical exercise, and that I could get paid to do it. Since then, I’ve loved making computers do useful things for people, whether they be other programmers, or biologists, or my mom. These days I can be found at LinkedIn trying to get their computers to help other people find jobs that they’ll love as much as I love mine.
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