ASP.Net Core Developer: Today marks the beginning of the next phase of my development career. Actually it’s somewhat of a completion of the circle because I started out thinking I was going to be a web developer, which was sometime around 1997 (Wow! That was almost 20 years ago). At that time I was using an early version of Front Page working with static html.
It wasn’t long after I started that I found a technology, at the time, called Active Server Pages which allowed a me the ability to do dynamic content. I was hooked and I dove deep into it. I immediately went to the local Barnes and and bought a Teach Yourself Active Server Pages in xx hours/days (or some unrealistic time frame) and worked through the entire book. I learned a lot from that book and really enjoyed working with the technology.
So by accident, around 2001, I stumbled into desktop development, loved it and never looked back. I started with a MS Access/VBA project, later moved to a VB.Net projects with SQL server and did that up until about 5 years ago where I transitioned to C# and WPF when it became available.