I've lived 31 years, and have a naturally inclination towards finding efficiency in systems. I was stuck in a rut for many years until recently because of addictions to sugar/drugs/video games. Consequentially sugar was much harder to ditch then the drugs and games were. But, after cleansing myself from their influences my natural curiosity has returned. I was a bit of a skid in the AOL/dialup days. Sadly before I could evolve from that phase the aforementioned influences drained my curiosity and dulled my senses. Luckily, I fumbled my way through enough college to be fairly close to an AA in Automotive Technology. I'll be earning that next semester then starting on my path to an AA in network administration. The AA's are just to look good on a resume and to help with the cert tests. This field and especially security has been, in my experience, a field were autodidacts thrive. So I set out to learn most anything related to security in general, I have a good amount of experience in social engineering because of a rather long stint in customer service related jobs. As well, I've been told I "have it in me to be a coder."
As you can deduce from the username I love to make things fast, mostly automotive related. I'm an amateur endurance racer, and have been into ECU calibration for a solid 15 years(it was the only thing that got me away from the MMO's until raid time). It was actually the race team and finding ways around the rules to shave seconds off our time that kick started my whole cleansing.
Anyways I'm off finish some homework and to teach myself Linux,
Thanks for your time and interest!
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