I'm an IT professional, web developer and PC gamer living in the United States currently working for IBM Corporation. My hobbies revolve around computer hardware, web development, emulation and photography.
In the end, my goal is to build a refined knowledge of how both the right hardware and software can come together to create unique experiences that define the very way we perceive modern technology.
With all the love in the whole wide world.
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