Daniel Barreiro (screen name Satyam) has been around for quite some time. The ENIAC was turned off the day before he was born so he missed that one, but had a chance to punch cards, program 6502 chips (remember Apple II?), own a TRS-80 and see some fantastic pieces of operating equipment in his native Argentina which would have been on museums elsewhere.
When globalization opened the doors to the world, his then barely usable English (plus an Electrical Engineering degree) put him on the career path which ended in a 5 year job in the Bay Area. At the time, Mosaic was the browser of no-choice but. Totally intrigued by the funny squiggles a friend of his wrote in his plain text editor, full of <s and >s he ended up learning quite a lot about <s and >s. It's been a long journey since COBOL and Fortran. Now he lives quite happily semi-retired in the Mediterranean coast close to Barcelona, Spain.