I consider myself very much with the head
of the crowd when it comes to information technology, and bring
21 years of professional working experience. In 1989,
I was already a computing “veteran” of eight years.
The TI994A was my first computer in 1981, then Commodore 64, Amiga, x86, etc.
In 1989 I took a job
in the United States Air Force in England
to work in the largest communications
facility in Europe doing the same things
I do today – Computers and Wide Area
Networks – so started my professional
I earned a Top Secret SBI/SCI clearance after the FBI guys finished their several-month rounds to anyone who knew me, countless others who didn’t. This is the pinnacle of clearances, only a few places employ such sensitive work, is extremely costly and hard to earn. I consider it a bonus, but many hinge their careers on it.
After I was cleared, trained, and working in my field, I became the lead trainer on our specialty and devised many new efficient methods and procedures, possibly still employed today. I went on honorably in 1994 to pursue various computer and network related venues until taking a job at GTech in Austin, TX. Gtech ran the Texas State’s Lottery’s state-wide network and for several more years shed blood and sweat for my insatiable computing desire.
I went on to work for the largest wireless provider “to the providers” as their lead Cisco engineer, setting up all their internal and external networks. Crown Castle leases wireless towers to all the names you are familiar with, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Nextel, Sprint, etc.
And now I bring affordable Information
Technology services to
my community around Pittsburgh,
PA. I'm based in Canonsburg, and work
in a 50 mile radius give or take a few
Throughout my experience I’ve helped
many people find their careers with
some aspect of information technology,
and this is in my opinion my greatest
achievement of all – I am one of many
responsible for furthering the Information
Age – by taking a personal hand in it
and doing my part to contribute when