Software developer since I was in junior high. At the time it was just for fun and I didn't even realize people made money doing it. I really love math and if I could make the same money I would probably do that instead.
Started programming in the late 80's. I went to school but I consider myself to be primarily self-taught and I prefer not being pigeonholed as a certain type of developer. The term full-stack developer is ok since we need something to describe the idea but I don't think the term fully embodies the hacker spirit of wanting to learn everything about everything. As such I'm not afraid to get out of my areas of expertise.
I tend to focus on the SQL questions because I find them easiest to answer with the knowledge I carry around in my head without having to mess with compilers and a bunch of environment setup. Incidentally a good developer should be able to understand a lot of code straight off the printed page, without needing to see it run; however, that's not to say you should post a question without sufficient information to answer it.
I am also open to remote work engagements. :)
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