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About Me

Hello there! I'm Thomas Borzecki and I am a huge fan of the web and have been since it became a thing back in the 90's.

I design and build websites and web applications and particularly enjoy teaching others how to do the same at Humber College and the University of Guelph-Humber in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

I began programming in grade 7, after an awesome family friend let me on his computer and handed me a Turing Language programming book. I later worked my way through BASIC, and QBASIC, writing programs on paper that I could then type in and run on school and library computers.

In highschool I taught myself C and Visual BASIC, by building some small programs and games.

Realizing I had found what I loved doing, I ended up graduating with a Computer Science degree at Ryerson University, then refocusing and refining my skills to the web with the Rich Media Graduate Certificate program at Humber College.

In my post-secondary studies I also learned x86 Assembly Language, Java, C++, C#, COBOL(once was enough.), SmallTalk and Bash Shell scripting, though it has been some time since I've touched any of those languages.

More recently I have become proficient in HTML/CSS/JavaScript/PHP/MySQL which is what this site runs on currently.

Always looking towards the future, I am dabbling in Node.js as well as Python at the moment in my limited spare time.

The web is a democratic, low-cost, open medium that, at least theoretically, allows access to a global audience. It is, in my humble opinion, one of our species' most important inventions.
Let's keep it that way! (wink-wink, nudge-nudge, world governments)


TL;DR: Me being a mega-nerd in the 90's. Computers, computers, computers. Yay web!

But enough about me, what are you up to?


On social media, you can most likely connect with me on the following networks, as they are the ones I visit most often. I'm also on a number of others, but don't check them nearly as frequently.

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