Brian Lavoie

Coding is kind of my thing, which can be a complex concept to try and explain to people. I mean, nobody imagines that they'd want to spend their days and nights editing PHP functions and ColdFusion scripts. However, there's nothing I'd rather do.

I find code to be innovative; an expression of one's personal ability mixed with a set dream. You envision your goal and then deploy the steps, resources, and effort necessary to make it happen. I can't tell you the countless nights I've spent writing code, most of which will never make it big.

I'm currently a junior in high school, living in a small town in Southwest Florida. It's definitely a small town, being the main attraction is the WalMart. However, it has a lot going for it, and it's done more for me than I ever knew it could.

I'm not looking for any steady development job right now, nor a foothold in the web marketplace. If I do any solid code, it'll be public; all my personal work will be open source and available for usage.