Sure, why not.
I've been programming professionally for 9 years with an extended college stay (two degrees) and a handful of internships. I've taught directly or indirectly in the vicity of 600 students at the University and on the side for fun. I've subsequently recommended a number of my students for hire (wasn't in a hiring position then) and worked with them professionally. I knew HTML back when that actually meant something.
- C/C++: strong proficiency
- Ruby/Python/Perl: low proficiency
- Java/Pascal/VB: worked with these a long time ago; they've all evolved since then
- x86/cell assembly: familiarity
This weekend I hope to be building some modding tools in C#.
My strengths are in optimization (memory, speed), large scale architecture, and general debugging.