My name is Alex Mang, I’m what you’d call a software developer and here’s the very short version of my professional-related life: After toying around with my father’s Atari ST (a 32-bit computer which was state-of-the-art back in the day) playing all kinds of brick games when I was 6 years old, I’ve been introduced to the Intel-based PCs. For the ones who already have grey hair, some keywords such as arj archives might bring back good memories. For the rest, know this: I’ve started developing BASIC-based “Hello, World” variations when I was still 11 years old and afterwards learnt the power of object-oriented programming. Since then, it’s been a long journey in the never-ending world of computer programming and electronics hacking.
Currently, after gathering nearly 10 years of on-field experience from working with Microsoft and Microsoft-related technologies in all sorts of projects, whether they were embedded related, robotics related, software for touch-based devices or mobile terminals, I dedicate my time working on developing my own start-up company, KeyTicket Solutions, which will be in a couple of years a leader in the European ticketing and event management market.
Disclaimer: all the opinions expressed on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent Microsoft’s, KeyTicket’s or any other entity I’ve partnered with opinion.