Though not an official entry in our IT Origins series, Jason Beshara wrote up a look at his IT journey that very much embraces the same spirit.
He details how he went from a concrete cutter with an interest in computers to a network engineer. Along the way, he learned about the value of mentoring, the luck of not declaring a value on a package, and how he got to take part in a very interesting “launch.”
Jason Beshara comments:
I got my start in IT at a very early age, ripping apart broken computers and dot matrix printers and basically any electronics to see if I could salvage them and put them back together. Writing lines and lines of code for hours on end to get a kaleidoscope effect on my monitor which seemed really cool at the time.
Read more at: Where the Journey Began…
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