A decade ago, Android became one of the biggest mobile platforms to release into this world and being the tech guy I was, I instantly got addicted to the platform. Before all that, I was into electronics. In highschool, I studied electronics at tech school and took it a next step further in college where I studied Biomedical equipment and Technology. After some time and like any young adult, I switched careers because it just wasn't for me.
I grew up on a farm, the very least spot you'd think a tech guy would develop himself. I spent afternoons after school playing video games, tampering with my computer, tearing things apart and just learning about this world of science. Since than, Iv'e developed myself based on my freelance work.
I started my android career as a modder and hacker. I used to mod video games in my spare time, so what was the difference I thought? I made custom roms and hacked apps for the first generation of devices. As android hit its 5th year of development and started to become a large filed os platform, I could no longer maintain time for it or the spare the bandwidth. I started to experiment with app development and it took off.
I'd like to someday pursue a job in Android Development or even build my own company and services with the talent i've developed for myself to provide for the world. I want to be one of those people who have created something for the world to see.