Simon Andrews

Simon Andrews

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Forum Information

Forum Name:
Simon
Location:
Calgary, AB, Canada
Joined:
05 July 2005
Forum Posts:
8,459

Biography

Born into the Windows 3.1 era in 1991, Simon has always had a bit of an interest in technology, but his deeper interest was sparked in 2003, when he became involved in the Linux world. This interest eventually led to Simon setting up his own Linux-based web server in his basement, eventually leading to an interest in PHP, an interest which continues to this day.

Since then, Simon's interest in web-based technology has grown to include CSS and JavaScript, in addition to PHP and HTML. In addition to those, he also has some experience in Objective-C and Cocoa, the native programming languages on the iPhone and Mac OS X. Simon is a Developer on Neowin, and is also involved in Neowin's Shift Linux project. He also contributes to Neowin's front page.

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