My Computer Journey

My Computer Journey

journeyMy computer journey began at two years old. My dad created games for me in BASIC. I later taught myself how to write programs.

I started with a Commodore 64 and later on, we had a Tandy 1000 sold by Radio Shack. Throughout elementary school, I worked on computers known as the Apple II and Apple III.

In the 1990s, I started using Windows 3.1 and have worked with all versions of Windows up to the present Windows 10.

When I was 14 I learned how to create simple websites using the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) using a three-part tutorial in a tech magazine and an Apple Macintosh computer.

In 1997, I discovered Linux, an open-source operating system that is primarily used in server environments but over the years has become a strong competitor and alternative to Windows. I have successfully configured and maintained several web and email servers for both personal and client use.

In 1999 I volunteered to give technical support at a Eugene, OR ISP called Eugene Free Net. Later that year I partnered with a fellow computer professional and we started up Oregon Net. We offered dial-up and DSL Internet access and built a very successful wireless Internet service that covered most of Eugene and Springfield. The company merged with Peak Internet in 2005.

Fast forward to the present, I am a graduate of Spokane Community College’s Network Engineering program and I am now employed full-time as a Cloud Operations Engineer for a Managed Cloud Services Firm and Amazon Web Services Premier Consulting Partner.

I love working with computers, the cloud, and solving technical problems. I strive to give only the best in computer services. The best part about me is that I speak your language. I will never confuse you with computer jargon. I explain everything in plain English and I will work hard to make sure you understand everything I am doing. Working with me will be a very pleasant experience.

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