Thanks for asking, it's a very common question. PHP came first, I've been playing with it for well over a decade as a hobby, I like to solve puzzles (not necessarily literal puzzles/games) and programming has always seemed a good way of doing that. Archaeology only came along when I went to uni (unless you count "general interest" from TV shows and such like, it was never a hobby). They're also not quite as divergent as one might think, there is a lot of cross over betweenf programming and archaeology whether literally or in similar concepts or processes.
out of curiosity, which came first: PHP development, or the MA? they seem rather divergent. (i'm not criticizing of course, considering i have a BSc in chemistry...)
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before i got this job im at now, i had an interview with some porn sites lol majour ones tubes hahahahahah i would have got it if it wernt for those darn local jobs.
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