Leonard Silverberg is currently a student at the University of Dundee, where he is attending the first year of the Digital Interaction Design course and fights off instances of procrastination by playing around with Processing.
Leonard’s origins is in the cold and IKEA-ridden country of Sweden, more precisely in it’s capital Stockholm where he , upon till now, spent most of his life chasing elks and polarbears down the icy slopes/streets of Södermalm.
What can he do?
Leonard knows the basics of a variety programming languages, but has most experience in the fields of PHP+MySQL/HTML/CSS/Java.
He is an active web designer/developer and an aspiring blogger on the subject of interaction design.
Longboarding and reading far too many books at the same time is also a few of his skills.
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