About

Hello! In case you haven’t figured it out yet, my name is Steven Benner. I am a web developer, car enthusiast and former small business owner living in Seattle. I’m the general jack of all trades, master of none type. I am an exceptional JavaScript, .NET and PHP developer who also has moonlighted as a web designer and system administrator. I can do just about anything with computers.

My work is used by countless thousands of people every day, chances are you have used my work somewhere already. Now-a-days I occupy my time by working as a web developer. My current specialties are JavaScript, PHP, HTML/CSS and C# .NET development.

You can follow my antics on various social sites around the web. Here are the ones that I try to keep somewhat updated.

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This blog

Basically I created this blog as my personal forum to post random nuggets of knowledge as well as my personal rants an ramblings. Perhaps you’ll find something interesting, helpful or maybe even valuable posted here, from time to time. Otherwise you’ll just see me ranting at the internet. I post about all kinds of random development and technology topics, really whatever interests me that day. I don’t post every day, but I try to write at least one article every month or two.

If you want to keep updated on the random pieces of knowledge and ramblings that I post on this blog then take a moment and subscribe to my RSS feed.

My obsessions

I am absolutely fixated on all things computing. Web development is my particular area of expertise, but I’ve done plenty of desktop development as well as networking. I can code in JavaScript, C#, PHP, Perl, HTML, CSS, XSLT, SQL, et al. Back in the day I even worked with Pascal and COBOL, but those don’t really count anymore, do they.

Arch Linux is my desktop operating system of choice. I abandoned Windows when I saw which direction the wind was blowing during the initial Windows 10 announcements. I like the power and flexibility of Linux, and I need to have real control over my computer.

I am a big fan of PC gaming. I’m interested in all kinds of games, everything from first-person shooters to 4x strategy games.

As well as the computer stuff I am an armchair scientist. I love science, particularly theoretical physics and astronomy, probably a little too much Star Trek as a child.

I’m also a huge car nut.

 

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