My JS Story Joe Eames
How did Joe get into Programming?
When he was 16, Joe had a class in high school which required him to go to the University of Utah. Everyday he took half day in high school and traveled to the university to attend class. Since he was up there, he thought that he needed a job to earn money for dates and stuff just like any other kids. He worked in a movie theater, but got suspended because he had an argument with his boss.
He looked for another job, and landed onto one in the university where he was studying. He did data entry and dBase maintenance. That was his first programming job.
When he turned 19 and graduated from high school, Joe served 2 years in LDS mission. When he came back, he worked in a restaurant for 5 weeks, but moved to Portland because of some knee problems. He spent 2 years there.
Breakthrough at Home
When he came home, he needed a new job. He found a technical job in a computer company which did data entry. He got hired and was assigned in doing wiring and the like.
One manager came to his manager asking for one programmer for a project. Since he was available and had a background on programming, he was recommended for the job. He was then handed with FoxPro books, and started reading them as a head start.
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How did Joe get into programming? (00:45)
How Joe came to Angular? (15:47)
The birth of NG conference? (27:11)
Joe's current projects? (39:36)
Charles: Air BNB