My interest in the Internet first began when using Mosaic to browse early websites. That interest morphed into research when I became a desktop support technician. Then really began in earnest as I learned to create some of the first division and corporate home pages for Harris Corporation in Brevard County, Florida. Read more to find out the details of my early Internet life and how I became a webmaster.
Internet professionals in the industry started to specialize and new opportunities were to be found everywhere. I moved my family to Colorado Springs after accepting what would be my first job with an actual title of web developer. Read more to find out the details of my second stage as a developer and then a team leader in an exploding market.
The Dot.com bubble burst and I moved to Atlanta, Georgia. My full stack experience gained me an extra edge over other candidates, and I accepted a role as a designer/developer in East Point. Read more to find out the details of my transition to business owner and then manager of technical staff.