Me in Three
- BSIT Software Engineering student at the University Of Phoenix. After 30 years of working experience I've realized that the only way to create REAL change in our current corporate environment structure is to achieve the formal education required to qualify for higher echelon positions. My educational goal is to maintain a 3.5 GPA throughout my bachelors program with focus on graduating with honors at a 3.87 GPA. After my bachelors degree I have intent on continuing on to my masters degree. I have found a real enjoyment in study and continuing education while at the University of Phoenix, Bay Area California.
- While looking for employment with a team who truly understands the importance of the employee and respects their efforts, I have taken the steps required to begin my own start up company based on web design and development where I can practice my skills as learned through university instruction. Slow to start but, while utilizing open source technologies and software over expensive propriety wares my overall operating costs are exceptionally low. I like to write, design and study the latest techniques in web 2.0. I fully support and promote free open source software and would very much like to see it's growth expand to becoming the industry standard.
- I take a lot of enjoyment in furthering and constantly enhancing my education both intellectually and ethically. I enjoy reading books on philosophy and staying current on cutting edge trends to improve our overall economy to a more ethical and moral structure where everyone truly communicates well from top to bottom and works together on the same team. A lot of places talk the talk but never really walk the walk. I want to be a leader in showing that ideas such as purveyed in "The Mix" really do work and work well. Similar to the philosophies adopted in the open source communities, learning new processes and then sharing and giving back that knowledge is a great adoption to any corporate structure. I enjoy helping people reach their full potential.