Greetings Programs! I have been a computer nut ever since my parents bought me my first computer when I was all but 13 years old (a TRS-80 Model III). My first introduction to mobile technology was back in 1999 when I purchased a Handspring Visor running the venerable Palm OS. From there, I migrated over to Pocket PC devices and followed the progression of that platform from stand alone PDA to connected mobile phone.
My love for all things iOS was born from my frustrations with technology becoming a hinderance in my life instead of a tool to make it more enjoyable and productive. I found that using technology became an exercise in changing my life to fit the tech I was using at the time as opposed to the other way around. I spent much of my time hacking and customizing WinMo devices to find out that they rarely worked when I wanted (or needed) them to. The iPhone and the iOS family of products changed all that. As I continued to emerse myself in the Apple ecosystem, I found myself having to think less about the technology I was using and more on getting things accomplished.
I hold a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and a Masters Degree in Information Systems as well as many technology related certifications.
You can find me on the social media scene at my Twitter account. I also co-host on the iOSDocked Podcast, a bi-weekly chat of all things iOS, Apple, and mobile tech.