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Glen Pullen

Do you remember Commodore 64? Well I used it to create my first interactive “Hangman” game. That was my 8th grade year in 1984. During collage years in San Francisco I worked as a Fax and copier expert while building my own personal computers at home. It wasn’t long before I was working for companies like Blue Shield, EDS, Bank of America, Lockheed Martin, and AT&T. I have a government clearance and a certified scuba diver. I found that my passion is in supporting people and how they use technology. This gives me a wide spectrum of software and hardware to discover and learn. I pride myself on knowing as much as I can about technology and sharing that knowledge with others.

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