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I became really interested in building things in computer, and it became my hobby. I spent my time during school life learning more languages and technologies.
I entered elementary school, Sathit Bangna School.
My dad first taught me to use a website creator. Cut-and-paste HTML codes are very popular at that time, which gets me interested in learning HTML.
I saw in a bookstore a beginner's book to VB6 programming. I bought the book and learnt most of programming concepts from it. I spent my time discussing about programming in Thaiware.
Some people didn't believe that I was 9 at that time...
One day I saw another book about web development in a bookstore. I then started making a website for my grade 6 classroom.
The website was hosted on my PC at home and is online only after school...
Back then, when I make websites, I don't have to worry about
supporting anything other than Internet Explorer.
My CSS had a lot of
I entered secondary school, Ratwinit Bangkaeo.
In my 7th grade, my secondary school sent me to a Linux competition. In 2006, I became an Ubuntu user.
My school also sent me to robot competitions. I programmed the robot in Interactive C language. I learned a lot about C from it, although I don't understand things about pointers yet...
Not exactly sure when I learned this language, but I remembered writing IRC bots in Python.
I think I also switched to Mac around this time.
I entered Thailand Olympiad in Informatics. That's where I learned a lot about pointers and algorithms.
During that time, I also found the development of StepMania 4. I started playing with its source code, and I gain most of my C++ skills there.
I discovered CoffeeScript and Node.js. Amazed by its expressiveness, I used it in Thailand Code Jom, a programming competition focused on coding speed, and won the first place.
I entered Software and Knowledge Engineering, an International Undergraduate Program at Kasetsart University.
I learned Java from the college OOP course. I became very fluent at it, but never liked it.
I learned Ruby from making Ruby on Rails web apps. I realized that it's the language that made me most happy. In 2013 I won another Thailand Code Jom competition using Ruby.
I also code LESS, Sass, Haml, Jade. I use Rails, Express (and Connect), and Socket.io.