Many things that make the world as we know it possible are so commonplace that we forget they even exist. One of my favorite examples is the elevator; the idea of a lifting platform or box is very old but it had to wait for the Industrial Revolution to become a practical device. When Mr.
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Armando Jeronymo has a B.Sc. in Electronics Engineering from Rio de
Janeiro's Ursuline University and a US Associate degree in Risk
Management. He started coding in a TI-59 calculator in the early 80's.
He then learned and forgot Sinclair Basic, Fortran, Algol and MS
Basic. For ten years he did not write code but worked with insurance
and reinsurance in his native Brazil and London. Then he went back to
programming to find out everything was different. He began by getting
to know HTML to create some material on aviation instruction. He then
learned Delphi's Pascal in order to create some financial
He began experimenting with server-side languages about the turn of
the Century, first with ASP but soon moving to PHP. He wrote his first
MySQL web application in about 2004. He switched to Linux in 2005
(Ubuntu 5.10 to be more exact) and has been developing LAMP systems
He is a Private Pilot and, whenever possible, a FlightGear flyer. He
loves classical music and jazz (including Bossa Nova) and old movies.
Besides computing he is professionally interested in business
management and a follower of Peter Drucker's teaching. Married and
father of a girl he is also an active member of his Rotary Club.