About Broceliande


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My name is Eric Dolou, and I was born on 1970 in France, were i live. I have 3 sons , born respectively in 1996,2006,2006 (yeah twins...). 

My net friends usually call me Broceliande or, shorter, Broce... 

I choosed this nickname many years ago and used it in many places. This nick refers to a forest of legends that i love in my region: just think about King Arthur's Legend.... 

My first computer was a Sinclair ZX81 , with 1ko ram!  

I was 11 years old when i started to learn basic and made my very first Program. After that i had many different computers until my first PC. Maybe the one i loved the most was a MSX ( MSX was a standard computer , that could have been THE standard in place of actual PCs..). I also used to be an atari guy... well that's the past now.

For my job i generally use Php and C# for programming, and some others from time to time like actionScript, VB, JS.... I started with C# for Mediaportal only, like many other members. Now i use c# for almost every windows projects.

I was invited to join the team on spring 2005 .... and i must say that it's probably the best meet i had on the net. Mediaportal is a stimulating project and i'm really happy if i can contribute to it. I really am in love with this software and feel so nice in this team ...

Now you already know too much about me, let's keep a little privacy ;)

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