IT wizkid grown up.
During the dotcom bubble, I started in IT as a database admin for a data-broker. Shortly after, I moved on and worked for different companies in various positions.
I am a “tech agnostic”, because I have a desire to learn as much as possible. Virtualization, coding, networks, operating systems, security; I find it all fascinating. Consider me a tech enthusiast to the core, whether it be retro-computing, machine learning or anything in between.
“Builds your [I,P,S]AAS environment and/or CI/CD pipeline using weaponised A.D.D. Is Code and Tech agnostic, floating somewhere between imposter syndrome and the Dunning-Kruger effect.”