Ever since I was a little child I was interested in how things work. This unwavering drive to tinker lead me to destroy and\or fix many of the electronic gadgets my parents had around the house. At an early age I knew that I wanted to work with some kind of technology. In elementary school always played with the Apple II’s basic console instead of playing the learning games. Throughout my youth I enjoyed working with the classic Commodore 64, Atari 800XL, and a variety of IBM clones. Equally, I had the opportunity to use various operating systems over the years such as CP\M, MSDOS, Windows, OS2, and various flavors of Unix.
I have created this site in hopes of meeting likeminded individuals who share a similar passion for technology and perhaps, inspire those who do not. Over the years of working with technology, I noticed that many people are not very forthcoming with information that could help other’s strengthen their skills. Furthermore, many online resources providing IT help and coding advice prove to be a harshly critical environment for a novice looking to learn. These types of environments often times discourage a beginner from pursuing their passion by not providing the constructive criticism needed to learn. It’s my hope that by providing constructive feedback, I can inspire people to continue learn and follow their passion. Feel free to send me an email or contact me when I am online