Hello, guys. In my first writing, let me introduce myself. My name is Deni Lukmanul Hakim. I'm still being an undergradute student in Faculty of Computer Science, University of Indonesia.
Talking about my 'programming life', the first programming language which I know is Basic. I learn this programming language when I was in first year in Senior High School. By the way, I was graduated from SMA 28 Jakarta. Then, I learn Pascal and C when I want to join Indonesian Computer Olympiad Team (TOKI). In my 3rd year of Senior High School, I first learn about Object Oriented Programming. I prefer C++ to Java because its speed *sorry, no offense* :) When entering my new faculty, I started learn about .NET Framework. In my campus, there are an organization which provide a good condition for me to learn .NET Framework. That is Enterprise Application Lab (EAL). In this organization, I meet Sagi Arsyad, who gave me this blog *thanks*, and can participate in any workshop which held by EAL. Recent workshop held in my campus is how to make an interpreter using C++ *Thanx to Mr Zeddy Iskandar, It was really a great workshop*
Why I chose to enter computer science program? Hmm..I proud to be a computer science student, because this is the faculty which I really want, although there is a different ways of major that I really want and my parents really want. But, I still choose to entering this faculty when a particular memory of my childhood popped up. It was a memory where I constructed my first computer back when I was in junior high school. I remembered that, on that day, I dreamt of being a computer engineering. I then asked my self, “Isn’t this I really want? Isn’t this my actual dream?” Therefore, I rose up from my chair and promised myself that I will start to pursue this ambition. I hope I can contribute my experience and skill to the academic and my country development.
Anyway, I want to apply my application to Microsoft someday. Beside that, I had been thinking about going for a PhD in the near future to pursue a full time teaching position in the university. *wish me luck*
OK, I think this will become not interesting and boring. Right? :) I hope my blog can be a useful source for 'non-expert .NET programmer' ^_^