it’s like a sample page

Born in 1973, Generation X, for as long as I can remember I’ve always been curious about technology and “how were things done”, also I remember how I was very tripped in imagination and creativity in young… In mid 80’s I had the privilege of having a microcomputer (ZX Spectrum) where I started basic programming steps at the time. With the event of the internet, in late 90’s I used to do some HTML and Javascript, butI actually I started programming as profession in 2001 with plain ASP by then. Quickly transitioned to C# ASP.NET, since it was a technology that appeared at the time and was implemented by my department in the company that I was then working on.

This WP template said…This is an example page. It’s different from a blog post because it will stay in one place and will show up in your site navigation. Most people start with an About page that introduces them to potential site visitors. I might say something like this… actually I take the opportunity to use the template and describe myself a little:

Always self-taught and obstinate, I started to outline my current professional path in the early 90s, after my military service. With a basic professional and academic background rather than post-graduate studies, I grew up focused on technical-professional education with practical results, which led me to focus on more specific training for the area I was in.


…or something like this:

So who the hell am I professionally?
Today I consider myself a methodical, rigorous and digitally organized person, obstinate in solving problems, addicted to the endorphins of a pleasant solution. I like the concise and dislike the chaotic or nonsensical.


…or something like that, which I feel exactly the same way:

Out of experience, I can say that being a great programmer is knowing what you want to do, knowing when you have arrived at what you want to do and knowing how best to get it done and not necessarily how to do it. Nobody is expecting you to cram bunches of code or algorithms but then having a solid foundation makes you a kind of superhuman (so to say) where you kind of think in a way that surely works and you sees someone else’s code and kind of slip into their mind and then make it yours in a sense…

Raheem A Omeiza

…want to peek my portfolio? Please ask me for access and go at:

A noteworthy site, one of my favorites

Also… yeah 80/90s… I am that old, it was the best generation probably 🙂.