# spryno724

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I am a self-taught programming enthusiast, who is currently perusing a Bachelors degree in Computer Science. My experience has taught me how to surf the waves of the latest trends and standards for the desktop, web, and mobile industries. My programming experience lies within these languages:

• HTML 4.01 and HTML5
• CSS2 and CSS3
• JavaScript
• jQuery, jQueryUI, and jQuery Mobile
• PHP 5
• MySQL 5 Command Line
• Adobe Flex Framework 4, 4.5, and 4.6 for Web, Desktop, and Mobile
• ActionScript 3.0
• LaTeX
• AutoHotkey
• Java 6
• C++
• Unix (Ubuntu) Command Line

When I am not programming, I enjoy people, the outdoors, archery, guns, working out, cars, and horses. My dream cars are a Nissan GT-R, Chevrolet Camaro, and Ford Mustang Shelby. Also, in the ideal world, I hope to own two friesian stallions or gypsy vanner stallions some day and expand my collection of Ruger pistols.

P.S.: If you ever get a chance to explore the history of the PA Turnpike or visit the abandoned PA Turnpike, I'd say go for it. It's pretty awesome!

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