Hi! My name is Judy Saunders and I am a web developer and designer.
I was introduced to technology relatively early as a child in the late 80s and early 90s, when my father bought a TRS-80 so he could learn programming. Back then he taught me BASIC and DOS, and I enjoyed writing programs that would sing songs. In the late 90s, I got my hands on MS Access and embarked on a project to create a role-playing game, using the database to manage the players and characters. I couldn't coordinate players to play the game, so the database ended up being nothing more than a theoretical exercise. But oh, how I loved making it!
As the years went by, I got married, started a family, got divorced. I withdrew from the world of technology management for many years until I met my husband. His passion for technology rekindled my own and I began relearning things I had forgotten. The intervening years, of course, brought many changes to the internet and the technology I was familiar with had become obsolete.
In my non-coding time, I enjoy listening to self-development podcasts, cooking delicious meals for my family, knitting lace, and historical interpretation at my local museum.