The company name Reverse Energy came to be back when I was in grade 10 doing a basic HTML website for a school assignment. As time progressed the name grew on me so I decided to keep it as my company name. Then when I started doing very basic Visual Basic.NET programming in 2005 where I found a new passion for developing computer programs to make people’s lives easier. Since that point I have been teaching myself how to code in Visual Basic .NET, which has been a lot of fun but has also been a hard task.
Over time I have found my skills useful in a number of applications for both public use and for corporate / governmental use. As time progresses my programs are becoming smarter and easier to use. My goal when writing applications is to make the application light weight so that it doesn’t take 6 hours to download or Gigabytes of Hard Drive to run. But it also needs to be feature packed and as easy as possible to use.
In some cases applications take a usability hit to make it lightweight however this only makes the program harder to use. Which as you could guess doesn’t work for the developer or the programmer.