Education: I graduated from Ocean Lakes High School in 1996. I graduated from Virginia Tech in December of 1999 where I was working on my Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science. I am currently working towards my Novell Certified Network Engineer certification.
BBSing/Sysoping Experience: I'm the Sysop of The InnerSpace BBS which has been up and running since August 14, 1994. The BBS is currently running under Telegard 3.09g2-sp4. The BBS system consists of a Hewlett Packard 486sx/25 that serves as the BBS Dial-in machine, a custom built AMD K6-200 based system that serves as the BBS File Server, and a custom built AMD Thunderbird 1.3gHz based system that is my personal usage machine. All of these are networked together under Novell NetWare 4.11 to allow shared access to the entire system from the remote or local ends w/o the need to have a multitasker on the Dial-in machine. I've also built a RedHat Linux server that servers as an internet gateway machine for all the machines on my network.
I've also written and released a Telegard utility which is called CD2TG. CD2TG imports BBS file CDs into the Telegard BBS system.
I'm currently a Network Engineer for the Norfolk Public School system in Norfolk, Virginia. I'm hoping to relocate to the state of Ohio sometime this summer. If anybody knows of any openings for a Network Engineer on a Linux or Novell based network, please send me an e-mail. I am also posting my resume online for review.
History: The "Sysops Corner" website was originally created by MaryLou White (aka Catlin) in 1995. She ran a great BBS called "The Wishing Well". In August 1998, MaryLou decided to close down her BBS, and I took over as maintainer of Sysops Corner. It was initially hosted at PC Micro, and in 2000 we joined the newly formed site known as The BBS Organization.