Yoriz wrote:Hi I'm Yoriz and I'm an alcoholic .... oops wrong forum :? .
Hello, I began using Python in 2005, having originally learned from Beginning Python: From Novice to Professional
by Magnus Lie Hetland and the free online source How to Think Like a Computer Scientist
. I became an active member of this forum in 2009, and began learning Python much better at that point.
I took my first CS course in college after having programmed for four years, wanting to take it for fun even though I was an aerospace engineering major. I thought the class was an easy A, ending up in the very top of the class in performance. I didn't want to switch majors because I was afraid of ruining my hobby by making it a profession, but have since changed my mind, and am now in my last year at UC Davis as a computer science major. I'm an OOP guy too.
So I've used Python for 7 years now, and some of my code can be found on Bitbucket
, I've solved 78 Project Euler
problems at the time of this writing, I work part time for a new small company called Dinnerwire
(using Python), and am looking for full-time employment post-college right now. In the computer science club here at Davis, I've given one lecture on Python to try to teach CS majors who did not already know it (or who wanted more) to spread the awesomeness that is Python, and I intend to give more. I love Python, programming, problem-solving and software engineering. I love helping others to learn Python better.
Besides Python, I enjoy barefoot running, rock climbing, swimming, and participating in whatever is going on around me.