- Web Designer / Developer, present
My digital life actually began a cold Christmas night of twenty-something years ago when Santa brought me a Sinclair Spectrum 48k. For a couple of years I enjoyed the raw beauty of 8-bit hits like Jetpac and Frogger, but soon after I converted to the power of the x86 platform.
Fascinated by titles like Pool of radiance, Syndicate and Monkey Island I studied C, C++ and assembly (does anyone remember Watcom C?) as my dream at that time was to become a game developer and my idols were the guys from the Future Crew.
The “great turning” happened the day I bought a 2400 baud modem and pretended to be a William Gibson‘s character surfing the cyberspace. The nights spent on FidoNet (the closest thing to cyberspace we had in the early 90s) was just the beginning of what I do for a living nowadays.
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