I started in the 1980's with a computer that was a Christmas gift. By the time I was seven, I was writing computer programs in BASIC, just about the time I started elementary school. In the 1990's, I started building computers, running BBSs, and running amok on the Internet. In the late 1990s, I learned how to build web pages, write assembler code, C and C++, and in the early 2000s I also learned many other languages, including Perl, PHP, Python, Forth, Euphoria, and Java, and many protocols, including SMTP, POP3, and HTTP. In 2005, management at my job then noticed my aptitude for technology and recommended I join salesforce.com. I spent almost four years as a technical support agent and premier support agent for salesforce.com. I created this online moniker because the boundaries of technical support were too limiting, so I would direct clients to the forums and then solve their answers pseudo-anonymously. In 2008, I decided that the boundaries, the box they had put me in, was too small, and I could help far more people as an independent consultant. I left salesforce.com to become an independent consultant, having acquired skills in Apex Code, Visualforce, the API, and a host of web technologies. Since then, I've been to ITT Technical Institute to learn computer network security, including configuring routers and switches, and installing, maintaining, and upgrading Windows and Linux servers, as well as consulting for several companies that were involved in salesforce.com technologies. I currently work for a consulting company where we are implementing a new product that allows salesforce.com users to manage inventory, including orders, purchase orders, RMAs, and invoicing, with new features being added weekly, as well as servicing client requests for new features, data migrations, training, and other typical consulting tasks.
|Location||Omaha, NE, USA|
|Date Registered||01-31-2007 03:44 PM|
|Date Last Visited||12-11-2013 12:42 PM|
|Total Kudos Received||284|