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Sara Smith (ses5909) steps up to bat

Monday, January 22nd, 2007

Something I think every blogger should do is introduce themselves; it gives the community a little more insight to you. Mark gave me a sweet introduction, but I wanted to share a little bit more and give you a preview of what you’re in store for with my posts.

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Introducing Matt Wilkin – aka cpradio

Friday, January 12th, 2007

Long time users of Search-This will no doubt know cpradio. Matt pretty much grew up on Search-This. When he was just a young lad in high school he was administering the forums and helping people with all their web related needs.

Matt’s passion has always been as a coder. Now that Matt has graduated college and become a full time software engineer there’s not many languages he hasn’t worked with.

Look for Matt’s, or rather cpradio’s first article this Monday titled: “OOP in PHP from a .NET OOP Perspective” – should be a good read.

I can’t really welcome cpradio as a new member to the team, because he has always been part of the team. So just enjoy his bio below.

User Name: cpradio

  • childhood ambition: to be a software developer, seriously, it was…
  • fondest memory: looking at my old code and just realizing what an idiot I was back then
  • favorite music: anything but elevator music, seriously, how do you not fall asleep to elevator music?
  • retreat: hiking in the smokies
  • proudest moment: three weeks of hammering an application, countless thankful users
  • biggest challenge: writing quote engines for an insurance company and making it easy to maintain
  • alarm clock: 6:30 AM on a good day, 4:30 AM on implementation day (project going to production)
  • perfect day: my wife told me it was her wedding day, err… our wedding day. 😛
  • first job: PetsMart stocker/fork-lift driver
  • indulgence: hard drives, I have 10 (in one PC) equaling 1.8 TB but that is not enough
  • favorite movie: geez, I can’t just pick one, that would be unfair to the rest of them
  • inspiration: knowing knowledge has no limits other than a person’s refusal to continue learning
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