Talking about yourself is awkward at best. Unfortunately in today’s age, if you don’t talk about yourself many think you will be left behind in corporate America. I am not sure I agree with that, but that topic will be up for discussion on another day.

I am a father of two, a husband, a veteran serving eight years in something I believe in, our country. I am a passionate person and set my heart and energy into what I start out to do. I am passionate about solving problems and tend to find myself constantly immersed in all aspects of life where a technology presence exists.

I do not tend to follow the herd, but I wouldn’t consider myself a leader either. I like working with a team of professionals who are there for the experience and fun.

I want to support my family, continually enrich my brain, challenge myself and contribute to building a better gizmo.

– Mark


4 responses to “About

  1. Hi
    I landed to your blog from your post “google App Engine Over Lunch” And found thjis blog really interesting.
    Your ground to earth thinking is really impressive.
    I am also an ardent enthusiast of Linux.
    Nice to see you.

  2. Hi, I found your page from a google of Valentine One vs. Escort 9500i. I read it and then looked over your blog site. I’m impressed to see your a Mac user as am I. I worked for Apple for 7 years and enjoyed it.

    On your Valentine One vs Escort detector… Which did you go with?

  3. I ended up purchasing the Valentine One. It has served me quite well. On a skydiving trip to Florida last year, it notified me miles ahead of the threat, several times. 🙂

    I’m a bit jealous you worked for Apple. If I ever work for another corporation, I would consider Apple. The sad news is it took me so long to embrace the Mac. And now I find the development on OSX so much fun, well thought out, etc! Now if only there were more employers who needed Cocoa and/or iPhone applications!

    Best of luck to you!

  4. good continue with your blog

    All the very best

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