Simon Robinson is the editor-in-chief of ASP Today, one of the leading sites related to Web programming on the Windows platform. Simon's first experience of commercial computer programming was in the early 1980s, when a computer project he was working on at college became the school's student timetabling program, running on the BBC Micro. Later he studied for a Ph.D. in physics and subsequently spent a couple of years working as a university physics researcher. From there he moved on to working as a computer programmer, then writing books about programming, and finally on to his present job at
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