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Name: Stephen Brooks
Age: 28
Interests: Computer Languages, Operating Systems (Windows, Linux Distros) and want to learn Mac Os X, Text Editors, IDE's, programming Books, Kindle Ebooks, PC Game when I'm bored and have time. Old Hobbies yet still revisit now and then include: Collecting rocks, minerals and fossils, coins, and stamps. Astronomy facinates me.
Programming Languages I want to learn starting in 2011 - ????: Ruby, Python, D (Owned by Digital Mars), Objective-C, Java (yes I still haven't learned this language yet, only had a taste of it.), Bash, and awk. I won't be able to learn all these languages at once and definately not in one year, but I'd like to start with D as a hobby language for fun. More important languages like Java will be learned through my CPA Program here at Seneca which shouldn't be that difficult to learn. To be honest Java looks safer than C/C++, although it's known to be slower.
Primary Goal While In Seneca What I really want while being at Seneca is to get involved in as many Open Source Projects as I can before graduating. Experiance talks BS walks. (Different from the actual phrase, but appropriate given the situation.) I really want to prove myself to be a worthy employee in the workforce, because I am serious about programming, and am willing to learn new things, even things that have absolutely nothing to do with programming. I get curious when I see code I haven't seen before, and like to try it out and see what it does. Curiousity is one of my greatest strengths, and I might aswell use it to my advantage. After all without curiousity there would be no motivating force behind learning to program and better oneself in general.

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