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It all began in 1981. Ronald Reagan was taking office and MTV was on the verge of revolutionizing music. I was 5 and the world was changing, but I didn’t care about any of that. The event that had consumed my attention was my family’s purchase of a TRS-80 Color Computer.
Using good ‘ol Microsoft Color BASIC and cassette tapes for data storage, I wrote my first program several weeks later. It didn’t exactly work, but life would never be the same again. I’ve been hooked on finagling the innards of these overgrown toasters ever since.
Over the next few years one experience that stood out among the rest is that of my first encounter in 1994 with something called the world wide web. Using a fresh copy of Mosaic, I discovered what would dominate my attention, both as professional and hobbyist, for the next fifteen years (and counting).
Over the years since then, I’ve had the opportunity to work on projects ranging from simple DOS applications to global telecommunications networks spanning multiple platforms. I consider myself very fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with talented colleagues, across a wide gamut of specializations.
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