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April 13, 2010, 15:25

Swapnil, by no means should you look at me as a physicist - I have always enjoyed computers and I got that physics degree for fun. Perhaps that's not the right way how I introduce myself on this page, I'll think of changing it.

Here are my answers:

1. You have to be very curious about computers and programming. I know that as soon as I heard word programmer, I wanted to be one.

2. A novice should concentrate on how to think about computation, rather than learning specifics of languages.

3. 95% programming, 5% physics.

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