My name is Nelliwinne, from one of the traditional families of Sri Lanka. I was forced to learn our traditional arts in my childhood, but I decided to find my own way and learnt those families traditionally too. Our entire villagers did not have electricity until my 25th. However, fortunately, I was selected to the Law Faculty of the University of Colombo, so I came to our capital in my age 18. Therefore, I was curious about IT and especially webs. At the end of the day, I became a PHP software developer and now I have totally forgotten about Law and sad to say most of our traditional practice too.
In my 2nd year in law school, I understood that becoming a lawyer is a kind of sin and becoming a Software Engineer is an adventure. Therefore, I started my adventure by starting a company for web developing in 2008. After completing various local and foreign projects, I thought to learn more about developing than designing. So I started doing web-based software for small companies and now I have developed a fully-featured ERP system and new company for Web-Based Software.
In addition, one thing I need to mention here is that I have never completed any degree or gone to any IT school for learning IT. Self-study is my path to wisdom.
Developer thinking out of the box?>