I've started my teen years with a TI-57 (programmable calculator) and Commodore VC20, C64 and later Atari ST.
I even wrote a (German) book showing internals and tricks for Omikron.Basic on Atari ST in the late 80s.
Later I switched over to PCs with MS DOS, GEM, Windows 2 and UNIX (SCO, Ultrix, DEC OSF/1), managing the companies hardware including Ethernet cabling. At that time floppy disks were really floppy.
Currently my main task at work is to build interfaces between SAP and our own software.
I have been obsessed by programming languages ("I learned them all" -) ) since my first days touching computers.
BTW, my pseudonym is constructed of
my combined initials, which are cuh, spoken [kju:] (English) or [ku:] (German), or short Q,
and my nickname, Clemo. Qlemo is pronounced [klemo].