I've has been fixing things my whole life. Starting with helping my dad, Robert, I've always been interested in how things work, and how to make them work better. My dad had a picture of me, still in diapers, watching him adjust the chain on a Cushman motor scooter back in the '50s. I graduated from mechanical things to electronic things when, in high school in Sebring, FL, I took a course in TV repair at the local community college. That whet my appetite for more interesting equipment. In 1975 I enlisted in the US Army as a Nike Hercules Fire Control Technician. I graduated at the top of my class in radar school at Fort Bliss, Texas.
After I was honorably discharged from the Army in 1978, I began working for American Television and Communication. Later it would become Time Warner Cable. I worked my way up from service technician to engineering/sweep technician. From then until now, I've owned computers. Starting with Radio Shack TRS-80, Commodore 64, IBM PC until now, where I use a computer I built myself.
I graduated from Valencia College, in Orlando, with an AS degree in Computer Engineering, with an emphasis on networking with Cisco equipment. My full time job is a help desk technician with a large technology company. I help people like you, everyday, with the technology questions and problems.
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Bruce knows that it's one thing to know how things work. It's another thing to be able to explain how to use the equipment properly and that is his specialty. Contact him to find out what he can do, and if that would benefit you.