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    I started doing BASIC programming when I was 8, and decided then I wanted to be a programmer. I kept up with it and in high school did some after school studies and learned Pascal. I went to college, learned some C, and was bored out of my skull. I knew all that stuff already. I quit school when I had about a year left. The countless hours I spent in front of my computer for a decade gave me more expertise than any degree could convey.

    Now I’m pursuing a new passion in the culinary arts. I’m not sure where it will lead, but I do know that this time I need some help. I can read a book about programming or experiment with algorithms and solve the problems scientifically. I can’t do that as readily when it comes to cooking. I need to stand on the shoulders of the giants who came before me, and for that I need formal education. I’m excited to be starting that in July. 🙂
    .-= Charles Robinson´s last blog ..SnTT: A LotusScript StopWatch Class With Nanosecond Precision =-.

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  2. Kat
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    I think it’s good to recognize when you’ve hit the limits of self-teaching. At least, I hope so. 🙂 Good luck with culinary school, man!

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  3. TradeKing
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    Interesting post, having a slight issue accessing the RSS feed. I would quite like to subscribe to your blog. Will try again tomorrow. Thanks again!

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