My husband was so similar (he was a little younger), but he used Pilot on the Atari 400! For Christmas our first year together as a couple, I found the Pilot book/cartridge for the Atari 400 on eBay and got it for him!
I think Logo for the Mac was the first programming language I ever used :D, but it was Windows 95 that really ignited my internal love of computers!
@shaovoon: I was out sick and it was unexpexted! Sorry about that — it would be great if I could have a co-host or stand-in and if I know I’ll be out of town I’ll definitely try to do that. It’s harder if I get sick because I choose the stories, write the script, and put together the image/video assets used in editing — so if that isn’t done, it’s hard for someone else to just host.
But we’ll try to keep this as consistent as possible!
@RodAtWork: So going forward, Microsoft Learn is going to be the central place for our learning content. The other content will likely remain (I'm not sure if any of it will be migrated to the Learn platform because the setup is different), but Microsoft Learn is the place going forward.
I totally agree that it's overly confusing to figure out where to go for certain things -- especially when there is overlap -- and that's one of the reasons we're trying to make one destination now. I'll reach out to some of the MS Learn teams to see if I can get an answer for what will be happening to the MVA content.
@Janisku7: I'm not sure if I'm understanding you correctly, but you can still do the same multicloud DevOps stuff you did before with VSTS with Azure DevOps -- the CI/CD stuff is called Azure Pipelines but it works with any cloud, just like before.