I started my programming journey in 1973, when I learned how to develop applications for the Olivetti
P603. Yes, it pre-dated the personal computer.
I went back to college in 1985, working my way through school programming for the PC using the state of the
art tools (for the time) of dBase and FoxBase.
In 1990 I graduated (the same semester my older son graduated from high school) and started my
career in the corporate world as a mainframe COBOL programmer.
When I was outsourced in 2008 I decided to return to my roots and do what I've always loved. I started my
own company and learned to develop web sites.
I've developed a number of sites since then, and I'm proud of every one of them.
Let me develop a site for you that will make us both proud.