I bought my first 386 computer when I was working for Fred Meyers in the Home Electronics dept., and I proceeded to play 486 games on it. This required learning how to set up special boot disks that loaded memory and drivers as needed.

I then got a 486, broke it, fixed it, broke it, fixed it and by then I was getting good at computers and needed work. This resulted in my first computer related job, 800 Support. For them I did telephone tech support for: Micron computers, Zeos computers, Xerox printers, and I did support for Maytag retail web sites for Knight Ridder. While working in the Xerox queue, I created an html data base for all the issues and fixes that came up regarding the Xerox products we supported.

My next adventure in computer work was for Intel for whom I have: