JASON Wong Cho-yin is among the 30,000-plus seventh-formers who face their D-day today when the results of the Advanced Level Examination - Hong Kong's university entrance exam - are released. The 19-year-old La Salle College boy was so confident that he went out to celebrate with friends last night. He will get up early this morning and do some exercises before going to collect his results at school. What's on your mind? It must be the A-Level results. It's a very important examination, but I think I have done rather well. I started preparing for the exams last Christmas. I took computer studies, pure mathematics, physics, Chinese language and use of English. I think I can get some Grade As, and I am especially confident about computer studies. It has always been my best subject - I started learning computers when I was in primary five. What course are you planning to take at university? I have decided to take information engineering at Chinese University. It is a rapidly developing area in computer studies, dealing with networks and data processing. The subject is very popular and many of my classmates have opted for it. Computers are an area with good development potential and I think I'll have a bright career if I can manage it well. What has made you so fascinated with computers? I developed an interest in hi-tech things when I was very young. I used to watch those science programmes on television, where there were all sorts of 'thinking machines' with flashing bulbs. In recent years, computers have been developing very quickly. This poses a great challenge, because I'll have to update myself regularly so I don't lag behind. Learning new information is very interesting. When I first learnt computers, BASIC was the programming language and the printer was of the nine-pin sort - all you could see on the print-outs were words made up of dots. Now we have laser printers and the completely new C++ language. Do you have plans to emigrate? No, it's almost certain that I'll stay in Hong Kong to develop my career. Computer science is very useful. Whatever kind of society you live in, you can expect a good market for computer professionals.