About Me

This blog was relaunched in 2008 as a place where I could talk about the various things that I have learned both inside and out of the tech industry.

There really isn’t a point to this blog. It is mainly my ramblings and the technical information that I find interesting and wish to share with the world. If you find it interesting, good for you. If not, I’m sure there are better places for you to spend your time.

I’m a programmer by trade. I have worked for several companies of varying sizes. One very large and then one smaller startup that kept me up late and working some long hours. But they were fun and I learned a lot. Currently I call Facebook my home where I work as a Data Center Site Lead which involves the care and feeding of the server fleet.

Hire Me!
I’m available for contract work as I attempt to move my side business into my primary business. If you are looking for a programmer for hire, I’m currently available for some off hours work. I mainly focus on web development with PHP but iPhone development and a lot of other languages are all possibilities.

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  1. Hi Matt, I read through your “2010 Mac Mini SSD Upgrade” article, thanks for it! It is helpful as I get ready to make a similar upgrade.

    Whenever you get a chance, can you let me know these specifics:
    Which 2010 mini do you have? Model/Serial # will help me.
    Which exact SSD did you buy?
    Did you just copy the SSD firmware tool to a CD and then load that into the mac mini and open it to adjust your SATA settings? Can you provide more detail on this process at your convenience?

    I’m developing an app for iPhone, if you find time to reply to me I will send you the app for free once it hits the apple store. Appreciate your article and any guidance you can give.

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