I started programming on the BBC Micro using Basic at 10 years old. At first, I was making small programs to teach myself French verbs for class.
This progressed to much more complicated programs and 8 years later I enrolled at Manchester Metropolitan University in Manchester, England, to study Software Engineering.
Due to a move to the U.S., my studies were cut short. However, once I settled in I resumed my education. This time I wanted to be challenged, so I enrolled at Drexel University to study Electrical Engineering. I consider electrical circuits to be the "skeleton" of a device, without which I wouldn't be able to execute code.
I consider myself fortunate to know about circuits because I can easily work with firmware engineers
After only a year at Drexel, my talents were recognized at Motorola. I accepted a full time position at Motorola and became a part time student.
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