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In 1997 Miles built a site dedicated to providing notation for popular guitar riffs. (It didn't take off.) Having gotten his first taste of building for the Web, he later made it his profession, working in the exciting world of startups (some better funded than others) and freelancing. In 2007 he started working at the region's largest datacenter, where he met some bozo named Dave.
Dave began his first company in 1997. (It didn't take off.) That same year he started his first band. (It didn't take off either.) He then gave university the old college try, earning a degree in computer science (magna cum laude).
Java, .NET, and PHP gigs followed, at companies large and small, until attending the "Building of Basecamp" workshop in 2004 led to an obsession with the then-new Ruby on Rails framework.
He then left development behind to become an Enterprise Software Manager. (Don't knock it 'til you've tried it. I've tried it. — DES) Now Dave is once again devoting his energy to helping others build great products. And still trying to play guitar as fast as Miles.
David joined the Army National Guard as an Information Systems Analyst in 1997, went on to be a Junior Network Administrator at his Alma Mater, Purdue University, followed by a career wearing many hats as a graphics artist, systems administrator, and web applications developer in the graphics services, construction, and data center industries.
An advocate for clean and expressive code, as well as maintainable infrastructure, David is active in the local developer and hacker communities, and involved in organizations such as the Indianapolis Ruby Brigade and Indy Coder Dojo.
David can't play guitar unless it is made of plastic and has colored buttons, but what does that really have to do with solving your business problems?