Freelance web dev reporting in...I'm working on an online store for a new street fashion company. My first *big* project for a client. Pretty fun process, you're forced to learn a lot on the job when crafting things based on your client's ever so changing needs. I'll post up the site here when I'm done within the next few weeks, though it's already looking pretty nice.
Started with Python back in Jr. High, been loving programming in general ever since. After that I picked up C# but until (years later) I found out about http://monodevelop.com/ I dropped it because I dislike MS and Windows. It's a solid language though, and you can code for mobile devices with Mono so I picked it back up with the quickness.
I have some amazing startups planned, some of which may be coded with a PHP framework, some with Ruby on Rails, or Node.JS. Btw, Node.JS is amazing, check it out.
Just recently I went back to the mother of most of those languages, which is C, and am enjoying it thoroughly. I picked it up within a couple days for obvious reasons but I still have to learn about memory allocation, pointers and whatnot. Once I do, I'm gonna cop an Arduino kit and hack away. I'm thinking a robot, or a simple snake game on an LCD to start with.
Oh, I forgot to mention I'm majoring in Comp. Eng. It would be cool to see some others in this thread nahhmean. Subscribed
If anyone needs any guidance or has any questions relating to any of the previous languages I mentioned, feel free to hit me up. Hell, hit me up even if your language isn't something I've learned, lol. I understand the universal programming concepts very well and would most likely still be able to help out.