My affinity for the ever-evolving world of technology began at an early age. When I was in 5th grade, I was introduced to the LOGO programming language on the Apple II. Right after creating my first drawing (a dinosaur), I felt immediately drawn to computers and their inner workings, and I haven't looked back ever since.
Presently, I proudly serve as a Senior Software Developer at Texas Steel Conversion Inc., spending the last decade strategically problem-solving, debugging, troubleshooting, designing, and implementing innovative solutions to tech-related challenges. Most recently, I've been working on multiple ventures, including a data-scraping application that uses python machine learning libraries, an employee training management system, and a customer inventory reporting web application.
Prior to my current position, I worked as an IT Associate with Texas Steel Conversion Inc. Before that, I served my country in the United States Marine Corps for four years. I received my Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from the Fulton School of Engineering at Arizona State University. My specialized area of focus during my undergraduate coursework was Digital Signal Processing and Control Systems Analysis and Design.