Hometown: Los Angeles
February 21, 2011
"Modern C++". If it's before C++11, it's dead to me. :-) I also embrace Qt for many applications...which introduces a "moc" (meta-object-compiler) step that some purists dislike, but I can deal with it if I'm writing a GUI app.
Since BASIC on the Osborne 1 and 6502 assembly and all of that jazz.
By degree I'm an electrical engineer--but my professional work has been writing databases, compilers, and IDEs in some C variant. Though I no longer live in Austin, as a former organizer of this group I remain in it to keep an eye on the goings-on...
I think it's pretty good, but I'm biased. Sure...it could be better, but can't anything? :)