I am currently working for Allegion in Carmel, Indiana working in the rapid response team continuing to grow my skills of mobile and web development. With my history as a systems administrator for both an Apple and Microsoft world, I have turned to my passion, creating and building things. I believe that technology is the closest thing to magic that we can get in the real world. Through the magic of technology, I want to change lives and make the world a better place making the unthinkable possible.
The Early Days.
From a young age, I was always interested in how things worked. I would play with wires, wood, pipe, bolts, nuts basically anything I could get my hands on or really anything my mother would let me get my hands on. A few years later, my mother signed me up for babysitting during the summer. Ann was her name, and I would go around with her to different companies collecting electronic waste. That was the first time I ever played with a computer. I immediately took an interest and asked Ann if I could take one apart. Fast forward a few years later, and I had dozens of computers in my mother's basement trying to create a Beowulf cluster that she insisted was just a pile of boat anchors. I enjoyed computers so much that I decided to go to college for them.