Things I'm not Good At (and probably never will be)
Art, layout, and design. I know HTML, can edit graphics with GIMP, understand CSS, and recognize good design when I see it but I can't translate that into putting a new design on a blank screen with any consistency.
My history in one paragraph:
I learned to code in high school on a PDP 11-34, one of the first minicomputers. I went to Cornell, studied biology, and did research in molecular cardiology. After deciding that a life of writing grant proposals was not for me, I went back to school and got an MBA and by chance ended up in IT, working for the International Council of Shopping Centers from 1990 - 1993. From 1993 to 2003 I ran a software company that produced database applications and database driven websites. In 2003 I sold my business with the help of Merfeld and Schine, and went to work for them as a business broker. We've since done a lot of web based software, mostly related to buying and selling businesses, so I'm back into software.