I'm easy going, fun, quiet at times but can be outgoing when there are things to talk about, and smart. I'm logical but at the same time I'm also an idiot. I like to have fun but I can also be serious. I can listen, play my video game, and eat my apple at the same time. My friends would say I'm a good dude with bad luck.
I'm an infrastructure systems engineer. The company definitely hired me for my good attitude and my passion for technology. The clients I deal with are usually very happy with my work and I'll typically make them laugh. I find that to be amazing because usually I'm being called because something is broken and they're losing revenue. It's a nice feeling to be able to liven up their spirits in a bad situation. As an engineer my role is to create a solution to a problem, engineer that solution, and then maintain the infrastructure that thousands of people would use. I'm in charge of a couple large projects that are critical for the company. I'm also in charge for minor ongoing projects for my department. My job is very challenging, rewarding, and fun at the same time.
I'm into sports, concerts, hanging out, fairs, hiking, camping, walking/running, exercising, occasional video game, going out for good food, etc ... in my opinion it is healthy to experience new things at least once a month. Whether that's to try new food, places, or experiences. Try to add something to your story that is your life.
My favorite team is the Sabres for hockey and the Stealers for football. I'm hoping the Bills can get their act together this season.
Cooking is something I'm ok at. It's something I like doing though. When I'm feeling ambitious I'll look up recipes and try to cook it. Sometimes it comes out good other times it goes in the garbage and I'm ordering out.
Technology is a passion of mine. Not because it's new and shiny but because it can help people. It can also hurt people as well but for the most part it helps people. I'm always studying the new tech and buying it when it first comes out. It's not only a passion of mine but it's also part of my job as a IT expert. With that knowledge that I have I can help others make educated decisions. Which I do quite often.