I am originally from Miami, Florida USA. I studied Electrical Engineering at The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, graduating in 1996 with my Bachelor of Science degree. I began my career as a contractor designing machines for Bosch Charleston, mainly for the anti-lock braking systems and fuel injector systems. In 1999, I moved to Bosch Anderson as a PLC programmer mainly working with Bosch CL series PLCs using WinSPS. Here in Anderson, I have worked on the assembly of various Bosch products including Oxygen Sensor Ceramics, Planar Oxygen Sensors (LSF & LSU), Electronic Throttle Bodies (G1 & 8.3), and xFour Sensors. In addition, I spent five years in the TEF7 organization as an MES Engineer, learning the analytical software language SAS, as well as HTML, SQL and Oracle. Recently, I have been programming machinery using the IndraLogic family of PLCs running with the ATMO OpCon programming standard.