445 reputation
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bio website careers.stackoverflow.com/…
location North Carolina
age 33
visits member for 5 years, 8 months
seen Nov 7 at 19:28

I am an IT "Jack of all Trades" with experience in graphics design, web programming, and server administration. I've even done some photography and acquired a wide assortment of other skills.

Unfortunately, the majority of my projects and writing are tied up behind my current job's firewall.

One of my public side projects has been working with a local Christian Rock group - Jesus Joshua 24:15. I've been their photographer and webmaster, having built their website as a class project and growing it to their current site. Additionally, I've been their roadie, studio technician, and helped upgrade their recording studio.

I'm not as actively active on any Stack Exchange these days... too many irons in the fire.

I can be found over at my sparsely populated personal blog from time to time and by my Twitter account. For the morbidly curious, there's more about me and my projects over at Wayward Son Developers and on my Careers.SO CV.


Jan
30
awarded  Informed
Sep
25
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
28
awarded  Nice Question
May
29
accepted Is there a Linux equivalent of CPU-z?
May
25
comment Is there a Linux equivalent of CPU-z?
That I will definitely have to test later tonight.
May
1
awarded  Yearling
Apr
15
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
11
awarded  Quorum
Sep
22
comment Creating a sql dump of Microsoft Access tables
Not sure that answered the question... it seems that DDL support was understood as available, but was looking for a solution to generate a SQL script from an existing Access database. Or I could be wrong.
May
1
awarded  Yearling
Nov
25
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
21
answered Certain Emails Get Deleted In Outlook When Opening
Oct
30
comment Email server for windows
Upvoted for the Google Apps part. Can't speak to the other options.
Oct
21
answered Open Source Task Portal?
Oct
21
comment Is it possible to connect a DOS pc to a windows 2003 domain
DOSBox has been used to successfully emulate DOS for legacy business apps despite its "gaming" roots. You should be able to run what you need in emulation and still get access to the domain etc. via the Windows host.
Oct
20
answered Is it possible to connect a DOS pc to a windows 2003 domain
Oct
10
answered How to be sure that a domain name is not already taken?
Oct
7
comment Please recommend simple and light virtualization technology for linux
Not trying to be snarky here, but did you read that he wasn't happy with VMWare?
Oct
6
awarded  Critic