“Why don't .NET Developers wear glasses? Because they can C#.”
Most people’s first loan is a student loan, or a car loan. John, though, unknowingly prepared for his future as a .NET developer at Blend by taking out his first loan on a custom-built PC when he was just 16. As one does.
This doesn’t mean his career started on that computer. John first got into programming by creating a “guess the number” style game on his TI-84, and built his first website to win a $20 bet. (That it took $150 for the hardware and domain is beside the point: he still won that bet.)
Seems like that $20 bet is really starting to pay off.