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Gamma Ray Burst
I have found that out of all the programming that I have undertaken in my time, assembler is the language that I find most enjoyable. It is probably the hardest to learn and understand but it is most rewarding. I therefore write these tutorials to share something that I enjoy immensely and in the hope that I can help someone out there to find a path in their life that offers something pleasurable. Please use my code as you see fit and I hope you find x86 assembler using MASM32 as much fun as I do.

Assembler Programming

When I started out on the .NET road I chose VB.NET as my first language and for a while I used it for everything. I have never really liked C based languages so I was a little wary of C# but after a while I took the plunge and I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it. C#.NET is a powerful and easy to understand language that I now do all of my windows programming in and I cannot recommend it enough to anyone who is just starting out. My advice is to get started in it as soon as possible to give yourself the best head start on the road to becoming a professional developer.

C# Programming

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I have had a few careers in my time, moving from field to field, learning what I needed to know and enjoying my time there before moving on to the next thing. Between the years of 2004 and 2008 I was an IT admin initially in the UK for the company that I worked with but then latterly in Prague, Czech Republic for the same company. I enjoy working with computers and I don't deny that they can be problematic at times but I do get a lot of satisfaction from things like digital art and programming and the other things I do with them. Anyway, although my MCSA in Windows 2003 and XP is a few years out of date now there are a few things that I feel might still be relevant today so that is why I have added this section to my w3ebsite. Please have a look around and see if there's anything you need.

Windows Administration