One of our newest additions to the team, Huji Lee answered the next batch of questions. PS. Please welcome Huji. 🙂
Please tell us a bit about yourself.
I’m 27 (which probably makes the grandfather of the whole MyBB team), and I live in the United States. I’m a self-taught web developer with focus on Web 2.0 solutions developed using PHP and MySQL.
Besides MyBB, what are some of your hobbies?
Who said MyBB is a hobby?! Anyways, I used to play different musical instruments and listen to music a lot.
Who inspires you?
I’m not much an “inspiration” guy. In other words, everybody is an inspiration to me.
How long does it take you to fix the average bug with MyBB?
A few minutes.
What is your favourite type of music?
I listen to many kinds of music and I always want to keep myself open to new genres. You can find me listening to Bach, Metallica, Naruto (Japanese), Don Omar (Puerto Rican Reggaetón) and Lionel Richie in the same day!
Name an item that you one day wish to own.
If you asked this 15 years ago, my answer would definitely be a model helicopter! Right now, I’m thinking of an iPhone instead! 😉
If you didn’t discover MyBB, what do you think you’d be doing with your free time instead?
Coding for one of the other projects I dedicated my time to.
What program do you use to code in?
Notepad++ as my editor, an old version of Aqua Data Studio for some DB manipulations.
Which type of weather do you prefer?
I like it when the weather is cool.
How does it feel knowing that software you’ve played a part in is being used by people all around the world?
It brings excitement and responsibility.
Anything else you would like to add?
Some people ask me how is it that you only had less than 50 posts in the Community forums and you end up in the Developers team. I benefited from a MyBB based forum about a real issue in my life so I felt I owe MyBB team for making that possible; I talked to the lead developer Ryan Gordon and he figured I might be of assistance. If anybody who reads this also feels like he owes MyBB a favor, I think they should step forward too.