Wetware

The Story of my brain so far…

 

HTML Fundamentals – cert-1014-1895907

Michigan State University – Principles of Game Design June 19, 2016 – Certificate

Foundations of Programming: Fundamentals May 16, 2016 – Certificate

CompTIA A+ Exam Prep (220-802) May 16, 2016 – Certificate

Michigan State University – Game Development for Modern Platforms Apr 23, 2016 – Certificate

Foundations of Programming: Data Structures Apr 21, 2016 – Certificate

Michigan State University – Business of Games and Entrepreneurship Apr 12, 2016- Certificate

Michigan State University – Introduction to Game Development Mar 19, 2016 – Certificate

Access 2003 Essential Training Mar 03, 2016 – Certificate

CompTIA A+ Exam Prep (220-801) Mar 03, 2016 – Certificate

Up and Running with CentOS Linux Feb 23, 2016 – Certificate

CompTIA Network+ Exam Prep (N10-006) Part 7: Managing the Network Feb 20, 2016 – Certificate

CompTIA Network+ Exam Prep (N10-006) Part 6: Beyond the Typical Network Feb 18, 2016 – Certificate

CompTIA Network+ Exam Prep (N10-006) Part 5: Advanced IP Networking Feb 18, 2016 – Certificate

CompTIA Network+ Exam Prep (N10-006) Part 3: The World of TCP/IP Jan 23,2016 – Certificate

CompTIA Network+ Exam Prep (N10-006) Part 2: The Physical Network Nov 23, 2015 – Certificate

CompTIA Network+ Exam Prep (N10-006) Part 1: Understanding Networks Nov 3, 2015 – Certificate

Foundations of IT Security: Operating System Security Oct 26, 2015 – Certificate

Introduction to Networking Oct 15, 2015 – Certificate

Understanding IP Addressing OCT 11, 2015 – Certificate

Understanding SSH OCT 11, 2015 – Certificate

Understanding FTP OCT 11, 2015- Certificate


Moved to Florida 2011-2014 and tried the Digital Film Fullsail Film Bachelor we have different visions so I switched to Fullsail’s Mobile Development Bachelor but as time went on I felt they were holding me back and learning at a snail’s pace along with teaches saying that, I can in no way make any money by making niche market apps and having larger companies pay for them in a kind of Mobile app as a service, so I quit and we started Apposity LLC.


Olympic College 2010:

I passed my classes but it was not really working out, I did not mesh with traditional school.


navyThe Navy 2004-2010:

 

DOD Information Assurance Awareness V8 27-MAY-2010

US Department of the Navy

Computer Network Defense 18-MAR-2010

US Department of the Navy

Critical Infrastructure Protection 21-SEP-2009

US Department of the Navy

System Administrator Incident Preparation & Response (SAIPR) For Unix 19-SEP-2009:

US Department of the Navy

DOD Web Security V1.3 19-SEP-2009:

US Department of the Navy

Computer Network Defense : 18-SEP-2009:

US Department of the Navy

Cyberlaw 1 18-SEP-2009:

US Department of the Navy

Building A Wired Network 27-APR-2009:

US Department of the Navy

Building A Wireless Network 27-APR-2009:

US Department of the Navy

Unix Security For System Administrators 27-APR-2009:

US Department of the Navy

DOD Information Assurance Awareness 20-JAN-2009:

US Department of the Navy

Armed Sentry/Security Reaction Force – Basic 25-JAN-2008:

Upon completion of the course, the student will understand the use of deadly and non-deadly force; defensive and offensive tactics; weapons safety, proficiency, and applications; and perform the duties and principles of Army sentry.

Comptia A+ 2003 Hardware Part 1 & 2 – Devices And System Components 13-AUG-2007:

Navy Online Learning

NATO Sea Sparrow Surface Missle System (NSSMS) MK57 MODS 10/11 02-OCT-2007:

Performs preventative and corrective maintenance on the redesigned NSSMS equipment at the organizational level, using ordnance publications, circuit diagrams, and other appropriate documentation. Performs casualty analysis and fault isolation. Operates, tests, aligns, and repairs individual equipment, the system and the interface with other systems.

NATO Sea Sparrow Surface Missile System MK-57 MOD 2, 3 Technician 11-JUN-2016:

Performs preventive and corrective maintenance on MK-91 MOD 2 GMFCS and MK-29 MOD 1 GMLS at the organizational level, using ordnance publications, circuit diagrams, and other appropriate documentation. Performs casualty analysis and fault isolation. Operates, tests, aligns, and repairs individual equipment, the system and the interface with other systems. Operates the digital computer, the director, the TV systems, the radar console, the firing officer’s console, the GMLS MK-29 MOD 1 and associated equipment in support of the ship’s weapon system in tactical situation and during test evaluation.

NATO Seasparrow 7M Maintenance 03-OCT-2015 05-MAY2006:

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to operate, maintain, and troubleshoot a radar-directed, computer-controlled missile system; understand the functions of the major system components, including radar, signal processing, digital computer, and servomechanism aiming; perform hardware and software preventive maintenance using automated and manual test methods and equipment; and troubleshoot and repair all systems to the module level.

Electronics Technician (ET) A School 18-MAR-2005 03-OCT-2005:

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to understand safety procedures in a hazardous environment; understand selection and use of hand tools; be able to function in the Navy’s technical administrative area; operate and maintain various surface radar systems; identify display based faults on various radar systems and take corrective action; operate and maintain higher frequency transmitter and receiver systems; and operate and maintain various communications systems.

Fire Controlman Class A School 18-MAR-2005 03-OCT-2005:

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to understand safety procedures in a hazardous environment; understand selection and use of hand tools; be able to function in the Navy’s technical administrative area; operate and perform both preventative and corrective maintenance on shipboard radar systems; and have an understanding of Naval warfare engagement techniques, inertial navigation equipment, and ordnance.

Fire Control Apprentice Technical Training 03-JAN-2005 18-MAR-2005:

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to apply the knowledge and skills learned in the areas of electricity, electronics, communications, and radar communities.

Boot Camp 20-OCT-2004 17-DEC-2004:

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of general military and Navy protocol, first aid, personal health, safety, basic swimming, water survival skills, physical fitness, and fire fighting.


High School 2000-2004:

Ridge View High

Taking summer school every year even going from 8th to 9th I had the option to have a boat load of electives. For two years 3+ periods a day I would work on computers with the two computer techs at school, where they were not at work, I ran the show. Also discovered hacking and the wheels started turning on what is cyber security.


Jr. High School 1998-2000:

Warren Junior High

Exposed to engineering for an elective… got hooked on electronics and computers.


Elementary 1995-1998:

Loudon Elementary

Spent a quite a bit of my time taking things apart. We moved alot but I ended up landing in Loudon for 3 years