Ever since I was a little kid I’ve not only loved computers, but I loved the magic that happens when computers talk to each other. I got my first computer, an Apple ][e, when I was in the second grade (thanks Dad!) but it wasn’t until the next Christmas when I got a modem that my imagination was truly captured. That led me to a degree in computer science and eventually moving to Silicon Valley where I’ve been helping computers talk to each other since 1997.
1997 – an interesting year. That’s the year that first 802.11 spec was released, although I was oblivious to it at the time. But as my career has wound on and the world of technology has changed my own interests aligned to make mobility something that I find deeply fascinating. The smartphone revolution has changed our world and continues to make the world of mobility a challenge. I feel very fortunate to be able to work in a field where constant change and education are needed to succeed.
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