I currently work as a software QA Engineer in London. Pretty new to the IT industry, and work in general, but doing my best. I currently hold ISEB Software Tester Certification at Foundation and Intermediate level and find that certification useful in my daily activities. Some day I hope to merge my love for gaming with my testing knowledge, either by testing video games or by moving on to programming, and getting involved in programming computer games.
Your life is meaningless. Everything you ever do will amount to nothing. The very idea that your actions even matter is laughable. The ~70 years you will live is but a brief twinkle to the universe. The concepts of right and wrong are man-made and ultimately irrelevant. In the end, all that matters is the self — to think any differently is delusional.
In my ever-decreasing amounts of spare time I find myself gaming quite often. If I'm not gaming I'm on the internet browsing or chatting to friends. I play a wide variety of games and have a fairly extensive collection, (theoretically) worth far more than I'd like to admit.
Conflicts of Interest
In the interests of keeping my editing on Wikipedia as transparent as possible I declare the following Conflicts of Interest:
- I am a member of the Pirate Party UK.
- I am a 6 on the Dawkins' scale, making me strongly atheist, and a view I take somewhat seriously.
- I am a PC Gamer and may be liable by compulsion to expound the virtues of PC gaming over console gaming.
- I am British.
That's all for now.