My name is Mike Nesbit, and I’m a 32-year old techie.

I’m not sure if I can pinpoint when I became addicted to technology and the various aspects of it.  I can remember playing Atari and NES as a kid, while also constantly messing around with our Tandy TRS-80 II (CoCo2). But it wasn’t until the early 90s when we got our first modern PC desktop that I became absolutely enthralled.  That computer became my Frankenstein, using it to learn on by toying around and switching parts so that I could gain an understanding of the inner and outer workings of a computer.  I loved it, and still, to this day, have that computer sitting around in working order.

The Internet changed my life quite a bit, beginning with the early days of dial-up ISPs which helped foster relationships and lead to a service administrator position on a lower-level IRC network.  I was able to learn quite a bit about LANS, networks, and of course, the many frauds and dangers that reside on the internet.

Technology progressed, though, as it always does, and I did so as well, continuing to learn through trial and error.  This allowed me to work in various private sector tech-related jobs. Whether this was building or repairing something, it was a good way for me to keep progressing  and gain continuous experience.  This is something I still do that to this day while concentrating on broadening my knowledge at UAT where I am in the process of earning a degree in Computer Science with a major in Network Security.

My interests are varied, but I enjoy and continue to learn the things that I have a passion for.  This technological world is ever changing, and always at an incredibly fast pace.  I strive to be at the forefront of these changes, whatever they may be.

Thank you for taking the time to read over this.  If you need to contact me, please feel free to send an e-mail to the following address: