I live in
Fort Worth, Texas.
I've been fascinated by computers and technology for as long as I can remember.

When I was seven years old, my parents purchased our family's first computer: a 66 MHz Packard Bell, with a whopping 4 megabytes of RAM. I fell in love instantly.

I got into programming with QBasic, writing text adventure games and distributing them to my friends on 3.5" floppy disks. In a post-internet world, it's hard to explain the thrill of riding your BMX bike to the public library, scouring the stacks for titles like 1978's BASIC Computer Games: Microcomputer Edition, then spending all night typing the programs in character-by-character. Getting the program to run successfully made it all worth it.
In high school, I started a side gig building PCs for my classmates. When I upgraded my own workstation, I repurposed the old Packard Bell as a webserver.

I wrote the website for my punk band Altamont Union and hosted it on that box, using dynamic DNS to get around the residential ISP's DHCP policy, and turned my bedroom into a data center. The white noise from the server's fan was kind of relaxing.
I'm always interested in learning unfamiliar technologies, taking on new challenges, and helping my clients achieve their business goals.

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