About Me


I spent most of my childhood in Fairfax VA, right out side of Washington, D.C. and later in Orlando, Florida. My family moved to Atlanta, GA when I was in high school.

I taught myself how to program when I was about 11 using Microsoft QBasic, on a IBM 386 running Windows 3.1. I started out programming games, screensavers and various other applications. Over the course of the next few years, I moved up and taught myself C/C++ for windows application development and finally Java before college.

I attended Kennesaw State University, and Graduated Cum Laude, with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. During my time at KSU, I was the vice president and the president of the student chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM). I also was in the Presidential Fellows Program for a year, and I participated in the Student Technology Advisors (STARS) program for over 3 years. In addition I was an active member of the Georgia District Circle K the college level Kiwanis Club, and severed as the Technology Chair for my local chapter for several years, and on the State board for one year.

I recently met the girl of my dreams, and even more recently married her in Alpharetta, GA on November 13, 2010. The picture on the right was taken on our wedding day, close to the historic Marietta Square (which is also the site of our first date and the proposal). We meet while attending Buckhead Church, part of NorthPoint Community Church.

Today we live near Atlanta, GA, with our mixed breed dog, Ruby.

Reading lists

Here is some of what I have been reading lately

Software Books

Non Fiction


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Innovative Architects

I am a Senior Software Engineer/Consultant working for Innovative Architects.

Innovative Architects is a Gold Certified Microsoft Consulting company located in Duluth, GA, right outside of Atlanta.

I am mainly engaged with BizTalk development projects, although I also specialize solving business needs using ASP.NET, and Sharepoint among others.


I my previous position I was a Software Engineer working for ADAM Inc.

Adam specializes in software for employers, benefits brokers and healthcare organizations which provide customizable health solutions to help hospitals, managed care organizations, and consumer web sites become an integral part of the online consumer healthcare experience.

I was responsible for several mission critical applications, including being on the 2 person team that was charged with the final stages of the rewrite of the company’s flagship product


In a previous position I was a Software Engineer working for Nexidia

Nexidia has applied years of research and development to deliver a comprehensive range of solutions for audio and video search. Nexidia works with some of the world’s largest contact centers, rich media companies, government agencies, and legal firms to help them realize the amazing possibilities now discoverable in audio and video content.

I was part of serveral .NET application development projects including standalone tools, applications, and frameworks used to perform system testing, automated functional testing, load testing, and automated UI testing. Also applications for continous integration and automated deployment of configurable complex data sets into installed products.


While attending Kennsaw State University I majored in Computer Science

While in the STARS program, I developed a software application to keep track of the audio/visual equipment the department loans out, which is currently in use and written in Java Swing and uses a MySQL database for persistence

In the morning