I have a confession to make: When I started editing news and articles for C# Corner, I didn’t know the difference between MVC and API. That’s not to say that I felt uneasy or intimidated by technology; indeed, at the time I was working on a hybrid Mac/Linux computer, and I was fairly comfortable running some basic commands from the terminal. But C# Corner was a whole new level of tech for me. Now, after a year of editing articles on the site, I can proudly explain to my friends that MVC stands for “model view controller,” and “ Web API” is an “application program interface.” Not only that, but thanks to the C# Corner news section, I always know when a cool new gadget is about to be released. And for me, there is an important lesson here: There is no such thing as “just another job.” Whenever you go into anything -- large or small -- with an open mind and a commitment to doing your very best work, there is no limit to what you can learn. I learn something new from C# Corner every day, from what cutting-edge software is hitting the market, to the latest project Google is working on, to a new (to me) term or concept. And even though I am an editor and not a programmer, I am particularly thrilled, as a woman, to be involved with a site that’s dedicated to all things tech. The fact is, women only hold about 26 percent of all computing jobs in the U.S. (according to a 2014 study). That’s odd to me, considering women’s early involvement in modern computing. In 1944, Grace Hopper, a U.S. Navy Rear Admiral, was one of the programmers of the Harvard Mark I computer, and she went on to invent the first compiler for a programming language. Just two years later, in 1946, six brilliant women programmed the ENIAC computer -- working only from logical diagrams. By the time they were finished, ENIAC could run a differential calculus equation in seconds. And that’s another reason that a forum like C# Corner is so important: It doesn’t discriminate. It offers a voice and a platform to anyone, regardless of background or gender. The only requirement is a willingness to learn and to teach. Everyone is equal when it comes to sharing knowledge. I’m so grateful to Mahesh Chand for giving me the opportunity to be a part of such an incredible site, and I’m honored to edit the articles that the many knowledgeable contributors work so hard on. I admire the dedication of these writers, and the supportive spirit of the community. I have learned so much as an editor of C# Corner, and I look forward to learning more each and every day!