I've been (and still I am) UNIX Systems Administrator (>10 years of experience). I really enjoy my work, because working as UNIX sysadmin involves lots of programming (usually both simple and complex scripts).
I believe in the sentence "Computer Science is the science that automatizes repetitive tasks".
I started programming with ZX Spectrum's BASIC and Z80 assembler. Then switched to PC with C, Pascal, C++, 80x86 and 80386+ assembler, always creating graphical tools, intros, games and apps in old DOS' mode 13h (320x200/MCGA) and ModeX (320x240).
After a few years with Delphi and Visual C++ (and Kylix under Linux), I stopped programming for years until I discovered Python, in year 2001.
Nowadays I mainly use Python and BASH in a daily basis and Java for Android projects. I love Python; I really enjoy programming in Python, so "Thanks, Guido".
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