I'll go first. Honestly, the first time I touched a computer was when my parents brought home an Apple ][ Plus computer at around 1986 I think it was. They had no idea how to put it together. I took one look at it and figured out how to hook everything together and it was like magic.
The video featured above, although not my own, resonates perfectly with the thrill that surged through me at that moment. The feeling was simply electric. Alongside the computer, I was presented with a set of four programming books on Apple Basic and some software. My curiosity led me to dissect and understand the code visible on the floppy disks.
In my excitement, I modified and personalized the pre-existing commercial software by editing its code. Although, on one occasion, I messed up with a program due to the absence of undo options in those times. However, every step of this process felt like magic and marked the inception of my journey into the world of development.