I began programming when I was about 9 years old. I was a member of the games site "Neopets" when I began. I was bored, looking around the site, and found this HTML guide. I began to learn this language. I found it fairly simplistic, so I began to really have some fun with it. I built my own homepage, and began to dream of my own website. Then one night at dinner, my Dad asked me if I wanted my own website, because Yahoo Geocities was letting you get a free site. I got the webpage, wrote an entire site, uploaded it, then really got bored with HTML. I asked some family what to do next. My uncle suggested I try "Python", a programming language that I could really take far. (And look, I did! Check out the DBOS page for more) I worked at Python for a couple of years, then began to use programs like "Multimedia Fusion 2". Soon enough, I began to really work with Python, developing games, utilities, and eventually, began working on the DBOS project. After taking a break from DBOS, I began to use this webserver to run tests with Python as a web programming language. Finally, I got to where I am today, making webpages and still having fun with languages like Python.