After high school I came to the
University of Idaho to study
In 1995, I started working for
as part of the
Infrastructure Project (TIP).
When TIP ended, Computer Services kept me on as a network technician. During
the fall of 96 I realized that my true calling is more in the area of
and switched my major. I graduated in the spring of 1998 with a my BS in
Currently I am working at Sun Microsystems.
My current job is with ENS, working as a System Administrator in SUN02
(Sunnyvale building 2).
The people I work with are designing Sun's next generations of processors.
Some day I hope to be able to move into a much cooler job with a group like Sun Labs where the really interesting stuff happens.
My hobbies include anything
or computer related. Most of my hobbies are classified as adrenaline
fixations, however I also like to play with computers and electronics.
On my personal computer I have used Linux (NOT currently
and Windows NT. At work I have used (list includes both UI and Sun)
Solaris, Netware, Windows, WinNT,
DOS, HPUX 9/10, BSD, etc. I look forward to chances to play with
I do as much programming as I can find time to in C, C++,
Perl, HTML, Java, Java Script, and Shell scripts. However, lately
My free time to program has been hard to find.
| Because life is so much more than