the programmer

Programmer?  Well, perhaps 'code poet' is a better term.  I don't want the code I write to be just another piece of code.  It has to flow, both in terms of visual representation and logic.

current languages:

  • Ruby on Rails
  • PHP
  • HTML
  • xhtml
  • MAGIC (proprietary)
  • MySQL

languages I want to learn:

  • Squeak Smalltalk
  • Perl
  • LISP

To be honest, I've been out of development for a long time, as programming goes.  I sort of slid out of it when I took up Project Management as an actual career path, and though I still try to keep my hand in, I'm woefully out of date.  I'm still amazed at how many recruiters call me with development jobs - jobs that I just can't submit myself for in good concience!