Although I graduated from UMIST (University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology) with a degree in Electronics, I was already a bit of a software monkey programming in assembler and basic on an Acorn Atom. Most of the subsequent electronics jobs involved embedded software, seeing plenty of assembler (on various processors) and later C and even that new fangled C++.

These days I’ve left electronics behind, at least as far as work is concerned and write software primarily in a mix of C++ an C# .NET whilst not adverse to slumming it once in a while with the likes of Delphi.


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