I don't remember exactly when I wrote my first lines of code, but it was in the 80s, with a TI57 calculator. I always wanted to learn more from that moment, and I developed a strong appetite for code. I started working "for real" in the early 90s. Since then, I have had several jobs (not necessarily in the correct order: developer, architect, project manager, service centre manager, technical director, solution engineer and even sales manager in a startup). Today, I am a senior technical account manager at GitLab, or simply a TAM. A TAM is a bit like Batman's Alfred, but Batman is the customer there. Even after so many years, the passion for coding, learning, and sharing has never left me.