About the author


I am a computer scientist and analyst-programmer experienced in C# Desktop development, as well as a victim of a state crime, alert launcher, anti-sects and supporter of the nationalization of the health-aid-justice system according to article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and articles 9-11 of the Preamble of the French Constitution.

With over thirty five years of programming experience and a natural aptitude for data conceptualization and processing, I have worked with large corporations and large medical and financial organizations. Programming is a passion both as a job and as a hobby that one never tire of as there are things to discover, learn and achieve.

Neuroatypical partially deaf and hard of hearing, I am a student of physical and biological sciences, as well as Hebrew Torah. I'm also a musculoskeletal disabled person, but that hasn't stopped me from pursuing my passion for making software and writing books about what I learn.


I started programming at the age of ten, when school made me write my first lines of code on an electronic machine equipped with a keyboard and a screen. An hour later, I told myself that when I grew up, I would be a programmer.

Like some of the first generation, I read books and magazines. I read them and re-read them until I knew the key words of the language by heart and knew how to control the elements of the computer. I hand-entered listings of little games and system hacks, then wrote my own programs.

I also bought some games, then the people from the schools showed me how to copy the tapes to exchange them, and then they started giving me copies of software themselves on diskettes which I accepted without knowing the value of work.

In low secondary school guidance, the guidance counselor told me that the best thing for me was to do an " IUT Informatique " and then an engineering school depending on my results. I fully agreed even though I knew nothing about many things. But it didn't go very well as planned and I didn't follow three quarters of the course.

Since my beginnings in computing, I have worked with languages such as Basic, Assembly, C++, Delphi, etc. and I worked hard to acquire the skills necessary to succeed, and with the help of my professor of analysis and design of information systems as well as my first project manager, I learned the basics guidelines of my profession beyond languages and techniques.


I discovered microcomputers in December 1983 and I bought a Thomson TO7-70 in 1984 then a TO9 in 1986, an Atari 520-ST in 1988, a PC-XT in 1990, next I assembled a PC i486 in 1995, a PC Athlon in 2002, a PC Core-i5 in 2009, a PC Core-i7 in 2014, and a PC Ryzen 7-5800X en 2021.

Thanks to courses and books I learned Basic, Assembly, C and C++ as well as Pascal and some Logo and Prolog. Then after working with Delphi for commercial companies, I specialized in C#.

In 2004, a chiropractor, protected by the authorities, the medical orders, the victim support associations and the insurance companies which harm me with impunity to this day, severely tore my back.

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