I am Bryan Adamson, an active Technology Consultant in the field of educational IT. My day job is the Microsoft Application Virtualization Administrator for the Glendale Community College (of Arizona) campus.
In the extra hours I have, I develop and maintain websites for a variety of clients. I have experience in setting up and crafting SilverStripe, PostNuke/Zikula, PHPnuke, Dragonfly CMS, MediaWiki (what Wikipeida is using), TikiWiki, DekiWiki, and custom templates from around the web. There is a keen understanding of what can be done on the Internet, and what is possible with a little elbow grease.
The bank of abilities do not stop at the Internet. I have worked with the Microsoft Windows Operating Systems since Windows 98 to create workstation “images” for classrooms, including the latest version, Windows 7. A bit of programming sprinkled on top (in the form of AutoIt), knowledge of the Windows Registry and how to manipulate Sysprep, and the “go-live” time is smooth for those at the Help Desk.
My skills are yours. While working, I train those I’m working with, so that when they are confidant in the system, I can turn the keys over.
In terms of smaller, more single-user oriented services, I provide many computer repair and recovery options. Basic virus/malware removal, formatted hard drive data recovery, and operating system upgrades are just the tip of the iceberg.
I am now able to take transactions via check, and Square, to take any major debit or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover).