I've been a technology guy for all my life. My father taught me algebra and Electronics starting at 8 years old. I build my own projects (solar panel sun tracker) at 10 and learned about computers and their power. My father gave me my first computer at age 11, (Kim-1, I had to build it to make it work) and learned assembly language as my first programming language. Went through the Vic-20, C64, Co-co, Ti-99a, etc until the IBM PCjr hit the scene when I was in high school. Until then I was content with the Altair 8080 that the school had and the TRS-80 model 3 computers It all escalated from there. I always enjoy tech, and dreamed of the automated home forever. Crestron gear gives me a hand firmly in that automated future world I dreamed of.
Today I program Executive board rooms, Conference rooms, Entire Buildings, homes, and theaters using a multitude of technologies. Still use my computer programming and electronics and enjoy a LOT of I.T. work and I.T. and I.S. consulting on the side. This stuff is second nature to me, and I really do enjoy it. I am happiest when I have a challenge in front of me.