Dan is a father, husband, DBA, .NET Developer, and Freemason. He works for TMW Systems as a Database Architect. Previously, he's been a Lead Software Developer, Architect, and DBA. He started with SQL 2000 (unless you count DBase IV) and have written enterprise/layered applications since .NET became a thing. His computer geek timeline starts during the Atari-Commodore wars - back when it was all the rage to have a 300 baud acoustical modem and develop in Atari Pascal. He will be your friend if you've ever read on a screen, "It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue".
When he gets stuck on a problem he goes fishing. He recommends outdoors as a therapy.
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