Jeff has worked in a wide variety of IT positions in his life. From 1st-tier tech support to on-site maintenance of airfield lighting control systems, Jeff has spent his life expanding his experience and knowledge about all things tech. He has worked with every major operating system, spends time tinkering with electronics and DIY projects, and is quick to adopt the latest technology. Whether it's trying to automate some task on his Mac or build a cool smart home project with Raspberry Pi, Jeff still works to increase his knowledge in the geek world.
He holds a Master of Arts in Professional Writing & Editing as well as a Master's in Computing and Information Systems. At one point pre-Y2K, he got his Comptia A+ certification. Even before that, he became an IBM-certified OS/2 Engineer.
Jeff has done contracting for IBM, the Workers Compensation Board of Alberta, Nav Canada, and others. He's a writer, editor, database administrator, webmaster, and guru of just about any popular non-Microsoft tech people might need help with.
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