I'm relatively new to the programming and development worlds, but I'm intelligent and quick to pick up new skills. I've recently decided to leave a lucrative career in business consulting and network administration to pursue my passion of Computer Science.
I often find myself attempting to do things I'm not yet capable of doing. There's no better way to learn something than by taking on a challenge you're not sure how to complete. I enjoy spending a great deal of my personal time researching new technology and trying to solve problems I haven't yet solved. Every problem solved is a permanent solution to add to my memory and it just makes me strong and more equipped for future challenges.
Pasadena, MD 21122, United States
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