Shortly after removing him from the oven, Brownie’s baker realized that he wasn’t your typical confectionery treat. “How can, I eat such a special baker’s delight…he is the epitome of brownie perfection. He is the last brownie I shall ever make for I can make none better.” And with that the baker took on a new profession, teaching himself how to program, always with his beloved Brownie at his side.
Over the years the baker noticed that Brownie had taken an interest in computers and came home to notice that somehow, Brownie had typed an entire program from the back of Compute! magazine. To this day, no one knows how Brownie manages to program, he refuses to perform his chosen trade in the presence of people. Some who have seen Brownie say that he’s just a normal brownie, nothing special about him. They even go so far as to speculate that Brownie is just a manifestation of his baker’s alter ego allowing him to let go of his former life and embrace the world of software development. Unfortunately, the baker remains unaware of this fact and writes quite mediocre code which sometimes shows up in Brownie’s otherwise flawless software.
Brownie has recently become a devout WPF follower, going so far as to write over a hundred posts on his blog about the topic and to start a new site dedicated to WPF (blog). It’s only natural that he join the WPF Disciples group.