I make a living writing software. I write software for the
Windows operating system, a product of a company called Microsoft
(maybe you've heard of them?).
The past couple of years I worked at at small company of about twenty
five employees called Logic Shop. We made software that runs Fast Lube Shops (like
Q-Lube). I wrote the internal system that assisted our support staff. I also
administered a network of Windows NT computers and I created a couple of web sites ( www.logicshop.com, www.lubeconnect.com), and assisted with the design
of another (www.mycarcarecenter.com -though
you may not be able to do much with it, since it is still in development).
I'm currently working on a six-month contract with Sprint doing some
stuff related to the Year 2000 Problem.
While systems and application programming are still fun for me, I'm
very intrigued with the Web and the possibilities that it presents.