My interest in programming started when I got my first Commodore 64 around 1984. I was fascinated with that I could make the computer do whatever I wanted. Advanced things like printing Hello multiple times on the screen.
Today I still think the most fun part of programming is to see the result and maybe try to think of a better way to solve the problem. Also seeing customers use your solutions in their daily work is a great satisfaction. I'm most comfortable with .Net and c#.
I'm always interested in learning new things in programming. Problem is that it's so much to choose from.
Some of my personal interests are retro computers like the Commodore 64 or Amiga, board games, hockey(watching not playing).
Occasionally you could find me on orienteering competitions around Dalarna where I and my wife and two kids are competing for the big orienteering club, Gagnefs OK.