I started writing computer codes on paper long before I had access to a real computer; my first serious programming lesson was a photocopy of a piece by Bill Gates teaching the basics of programming and Object-oriented programming, which I read and re-read like a thousand times; my first hacks were using 'debug', a DOS command-line program, to enter and run assembly language codes on a black and white 386 system just for fun.
My graduate project was creating and documenting a pretty Chess playing application using Borland C++ IDE.
I have come a long way from the above. Now I have my own outfit, Icelark Projects, and have a few successful projects under my belt. These includes different clients projects covering many industries, and personal pet projects, the best of which are still on the pipeline.
While I still have my passion for technology intact, I am more matured now and my focus is on leveraging my experiences, knowledge and skills to help clients create solutions that yields business results (I am more tech-wise now).
My most treasured assets are my LG E615 ICS Android mobile and my peace of mind.
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