When my dad brought home a 286 in 1991, I was enthralled. I watched as he painstakingly typed and simultaneously repeated
cd backslash games enter and saw the screen scroll and change. It was mind-blowing to a ten year old.
A couple years later, a middle school math teacher gave me a book on BASIC programming, and said she had noticed I liked computers. At home, I discovered that our new 486DX computer had QBasic. I was in heaven.
That has led to a life-long obsession with coding. The journey has taken me from running large excavation equipment to framing houses to 3D CAD design, until I eventually landed on a career in software.
Read more about it in Beginnings.
I’m Jamon Holmgren, a software developer, business owner, husband, and father of four, located near Portland, Oregon, in SW Washington state.
I am one of the co-founders of Infinite Red, Inc., a web & mobile app design and development studio based out of Portland and San Francisco.