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About Me

What if someone simply told you:
  • How to make your networks better.
  • How to make your UX customer-friendly.
  • Tech concepts for you or your organization.
 

I do just that. Also cooking, collecting, and being outside.
 
I graduated, freelanced, and am an outsourced trusted consultant for whom-on earth-ever. So read this blog - with over 5000 views a month, showcasing skills in Cisco & Azure, receiving media attention, awards, and holding multiple certifications - CCNA, A+, Azure, and Security+ - Over your morning beverage.

There's too much fun in tech to stick to just one thing.

This blog is a portfolio of:
 
  • UX auditing.
  • Technical Writing
  • Network tech(ing). Think Cisco, not relationship building. Oh god, how do you do that.
  • Programming 
  • Writing about consumer electronics
  • Website Feedback
 
 
What am I looking for? Check here.

Have some freebies: UX criticism.
 
Peep at some Projects
 
A Page About My Work You Can Share With Others.

Let's work together.




 
 Originally a Network tech with my A+, Security+, Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), and Microsoft Azure Fundamentals certification. Exploring other tech avenues, including that bulleted list above and e-mail copy-writing.

Also likes writing, Hollywood number crunching, and being able to pay my bills and save money with regularity. 
 
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