Marlo Strydom is currently an engineer for a music system manufacturing company. With experience in a variety of programming languages, C# and WPF remain his favorite.

He also uses his electronic engineering skills to design and create electronics to automate all the features inside the music system products.

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My story

I have always loved technology, right from the earliest memory of interacting with the first home gaming console that plugged into the TV.

But when I came across the first computer, which was in my primary school, I knew that I found my life’s passion.

I spent my childhood savings on my first computer when I was 10. From that day forward, I never went without owning a computer, upgrading it every few years.

It continued to be my obsession to this day, where now, I’m a senior computer programmer for a company that manufactures their own touch screen interactive music systems.

So you are in good hands! I have many years of experience in using, repairing, building and even teaching people complex tasks that require training in the company I work for.

On occasion, I consult with other companies to help train their staff too.

The journey in building this website has provided a great amount of pleasure, and I hope to help as many people as I can to be able to use computers with confidence.

If you are wanting to grow your knowledge in computing, have a look over the ‘Basics‘ category so you can start seeing how to do small tasks.

This is a great place to start, and from there, you can look at taking more challenging tasks.

This is where I’m hoping that a starter course will come in handy. Hopefully, it won’t be too much longer until I can start working on one.

Until then, I’ll be working to write more articles, so that I can provide enough information to help as many people as I can.

So, if you have anything helpful to contribute, like an article suggestion, please let me know by sending me an email.

I am working all the time to produce helpful articles.


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