Greg Bologna

I've been coding for 22 years, but it all started as a kid. I was a good puzzle-solver at the age of 9, and analytical, too. This ability to visualize a problem through patterns and strategies prompted me to take a programming course in the 10th grade. The school had four teletypes and 15 students, and with access time at around 40 minutes a week.

I decided to continue programming in college even though I was not a CS major. My first real tech course was at Stony Brook university in 1983. Getting access to a computer in the lab was just as bad as high school. So, I decided to buy a new Sanyo MBC-555 (1982) for about $700. I eventually completed enough CS courses in Tampa, Florida to start a career as a Software Engineer.

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