When I’m not programming, I’m probably listening to music, playing guitar, hanging out with my wife and family, trying out linux distros, or playing with our pet rabbit. I also enjoy playing around with VPSs. I’ve used them for everything from simple webhosting, streaming video servers, ruby on rails deployment, to remote development environments.
I have been lucky enough to work with some amazing people on some amazing projects. I currently am the webmaster and IT consultant for a financial company. I have gotten to work on exciting projects such as web development (including redesigning a static site on a CMS), marketing, phone system design, CRM database management, and a lot more.
I also worked as proof reader at a market research firm for nearly 3 years, helping edit and compile reports into understandable and meaningful information for our clients.
I learned Ruby on Rails because I was passionate about web development and I wanted to be able to take an idea I have and translate it into actual, usable code. I feel very confident in my ability to accomplish that now.
I have a lot of experience in a lot of different things. I’ve done PR, web development, graphic design, proofing/editing, coding, IT support, just to name a few.
Everything I know about computers from IT support to coding I’ve learned outside a classroom in my own time. I am comfortable learning whole new skill sets while honing the skills I already have.
I fell in love with the newest tech back when my family got their first PC. Since then I have been staying on the cutting edge of new technologies, learning them and utilizing them.
I majored in Communications in College and I worked for three years as a proofreader. I can communicate in a clear, concise way.
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