Brett Ferrell

Brett Ferrell - CEO and Chief Technical Officer.

This is an Atari 400 Brett has been a computer geek his whole life, just ask his brother. Starting with a sweet Atari 400 game system that he upgraded with a better keyboard, double memory, a 5 1/4" disk drive, Atari Basic, and other modifications he begame a programming powerhouse. Well, at least after he realized he couldn't just type 'draw circle' and get a graphic on the screen. Brett taught himself Basic, VBA, C, and Pascal programming languages.

University of Cincinnati Minnesota's Golden Gopher
He went to the University of Cincinnati in 1987 to get his BS in Mechanical Engineering, and discovered the internet along the way. Before the World Wide Web there was the University of Minnesota's GOPHER, and Brett was there with his first "Personal Computer", a Intel 286 with 16 megabytes of memory. With his 300 baud modem, he connected Miami University in Middletown to access his email and homework at UC, and the beauty of the internet was revealed to him.

Brett has worked for multiple Fortune 500 companies in engineering and information systems, often with assignments in engineering IT and computer aided engineering. In addition to being a professional programmer for many years, he has been developing websites for the last 5 years for himself and others. He's fluent in php, mySQL databases, Frontpage, CSS, and HTML. Put his experience to work for you!