While I am currently studying automation engineering, I have always had an interest in a broad range of (mostly techincal) subjects, such as programming, electronics, embedded systems, robotics and game design.
Having never received any formal computer science education aside from a short introductory course, my programming knowledge (or lack of thereof) is purely the result of numerous hobby projects over years of experimentation.
Always learning, I appreciate constructive criticism and different points of view, even if expressed in a direct or outright harsh manner.
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