I have used computers all my life and started with an Amstrad CPC 6128 which had a 128kb of ram and no hard disk drive. I started programming when I was around 10 years old and started by typing in computer game code listings in the basic programming language and making minor changes to those games.
In high school, I did programming courses and used Turbo Pascal 7 and Visual Basic 5 as the programming languages taught in the school.
In 1998 I started using Linux as it had way more to offer than windows in the way of programming languages and servers that I could run.
In January 2000 I started a computer traineeship with ByTech Computer Systems as I knew Linux I started setting up file servers, print servers and fax servers for clients. Back then business-grade printers did not have print or fax servers built into them and Windows NT was expensive for many small businesses so Linux was a perfect solution for them as they could upgrade their desktop computers and their old computers could be turned into a Linux Server.
I also took on the role of building and maintaining the companies websites and also built custom php and mysql applications to perform business tasks.
In 2015 I became interested in copywriting and internet marketing as I found that simply building a website was not enough to achieve the results I wanted.
It takes time and money to get visitors to your websites and if they don’t take action then that time and money are wasted. Copywriting and internet marketing is the key to making money from your business websites and I have done home study courses for copywriting and internet marketing by leading experts in both Australia and overseas.