Developing software is actually a long-term hobby of mine. My first contact with computers date back to 1982, when I met an Apple II machine. At that time, I was only 11. But only in 1986 I could get really interested in computers. My mother registered me on a BASIC course. So, I learned BASIC on TRS-80 based machines: Prologica CP-200 and Microdigital TK-85 and TK-90X.
But, in 1991, after six months of electrical engineering course, I learned Pascal as part of the course. At that time, electrical engineering died for me, but computing was born. In 1994 I got my first job as a programmer: C programmer. I wrote lots of C code, using Sybase embedded SQL. And from there, I did not stop.
Along with the non-stoping list of programming languages, also comes a list of frameworks like Flask, Django, Django Rest Framework, Rails, Apple's UIKit and so forth.