I've been coding since I was a kid and I am deeply passionate about it now. I professionally use C and Python.
I am the author of the book "Learn Robotics Programming" (using Python and a Raspberry Pi to make a robot). I dabble with Ruby, Scheme and have no fear of most programming languages.
I am a fan of automated testing, building and CI, as well as refactoring, making readable code, and lots of coffee.
I've two kids, I'm a Robot builder, Raspberry Pi user and Sci Fi fan, and shamelessly a complete geek. I like shiny stuff with LED's too, especially if I can get them to run Linux.
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