I started programming with computers back when DOS was still the state of the art - I won't disclose which version. I've worked help desk jobs, QA, code monkey, software engineer, and enterprise architecture. My experiences have spanned industries from manufacturing to health care to financial services to retail to tech companies. And along the way I've dabbled in domain administration, shell scripting, Linux administration, networking, hardware, and a host of other things that I probably only know enough about to be dangerous. I won't bore you with a list of the technologies and languages I've worked in but Java and C# is what most of my work has been in lately.
I started participating in EE because I like tough problems and it gives me a great way to keep my edge as well as give back to the community. I'm not ashamed to say that I've learned a few things along the way and enjoy having a community of experts to help me out when I'm stuck on a problem.
I look forward to helping a few people out when I can squeeze in the time to answer questions. (My consulting work keeps me pretty busy.) Thanks for stopping by; and if you need my kind of expertise please get in touch.