I'm Justin, a professional computer programmer with a
specialty in data-driven web application development. Besides coding
my hobbies currently include music, music electronics, and cooking/eating.
The seeds of my career were planted in 1997 when, for fun, I built a parody of Yahoo that was fairly popular.
I went on to
Eastern Kentucky University where I considered several majors
but was never quite satisfied with any of them. Eventually, I settled on
Computer Science—something that I naturally excelled in.
At the university I was president and web-designer for
chapter; president and web-designer for EKU's
UPE chapter, the international
computer science honor society; and president of Combs Hall
Council. I am also an initiated member of KME,
the international mathematics honor society. Finally, I was awarded "Outstanding Student in Introductory
Physics 2006" by the Physics and Astronomy Department.
In 2006 I was inducted into the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels by the
Governor of Kentucky. The same year I graduated with a BS
in Computer Science and an AS in Science of Engineering. I was hired by
a contracting company who built web applications, where I quickly progressed
to the title of "Lead Developer/Analyst".
Today I like to spend time with my family, build guitar amplifiers,
create websites I think would be useful, and work on my
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