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What do I do
I am a Help Desk Coordinator by trade, and a Computer Programmer by practice.
A bit of background to know me better: I started working on computers in the 8th grade using a desktop that my uncle had built for me. (I believe that this was a 266Mhz Pentium with 64Mb of Ram.) It didn’t take long before it was taken apart for study. Thus beginning my long road into the PC culture.
Further along I was able to work on the computers at my high school for extra credit. To assist with college, the teachers at the school gave me a summer job in ’04 as a PC Tech. Unfortunately, the college I attended did not have any type computer degree. After a few semesters, I finally landed a job with a local tech business that served computers to schools.
I moved to the city in 2008. There, I got a job as a Help Desk Analyst for the FMOL Health System. I have been delegating work processes and working on scripts to better our workflow for some time. Eventually, in 2014, I grew into the role of a Help Desk Coordinator for the night shift. This job has allowed me to seize many learning opportunities; to grow my programming as well as management skills.
Along with delegation and training, I am also actively coding applications for my current job. I have began expanding my studies through Udemy courses and plan to continue growing my knowledge and experience.
Optional Side Quests
I’ve gotten into a few side projects along the years.
In 2007 I attempted to start my own home PC repair shop. Unfortunately this was short lived due to personal matters. I ended the license for “CD9 Computers” after that year. Fast forward to 2018, my second attempt at starting a PC repair shop went only slightly better. I had work unlike before, but was unable to continue the home business. This was, again, due to personal matters. However, “PC Affinity” is not completely gone. I’ve kept the domain and am using it to expand my horizons.
I also enjoy building workstations. I’ve assisted friends and consulted businesses on workstations and upgrades. My last personal project, as of 2019, was a workstation mounting upgrade. You can find more information on this in the ‘Art’ section of this site.
How I got into Programming
I began working on my first computer around 98′ and learned HTML.
The Downloads page has all of my publicly available projects.
The Art/Coding Projects page is a growing list of all other private or otherwise unavailable projects.
I’ll continue to update the section below as I complete more courses.