This is the next blog in the continuing series of interviews with top-echelon and renowned professionals. In this blog, I interview Kerry Brown, International Authority in Windows, Widely Acknowledged Networking Expert; Microsoft Client Operating Systems, Windows Desktop Experience MVP.
Kerry provided his insights for the February edition of YouShapeIT including a version this interview.
In Kerry's own words:
"I have been involved with computers since 1970 when I went to Simon Fraser University to see what programs they offered. I remember playing Lunar Lander on a teletype input/output console. It did not impress me much. I went on to study English and Philosophy. There were not too many jobs available in those fields so I ended up in the family business running a couple of retail electronics stores. The family decided to sell computers in the stores so I bought a Timex 1000 and a TI 99. I have been hooked ever since. Many years later I am now an independent computer consultant. I specialize in designing, implementing, and administering networks for small businesses. I am very interested in Internet governance and how the Internet is changing the world. I am currently on the Board of Directors of CIRA (Canadian Internet Registration Authority) who manage the .ca registry and DNS infrastructure. I enjoy learning and sharing computer knowledge in online forums and newsgroups. I can usually be found on the Microsoft newsgroups and UseNet posting as Kerry Brown or on many online forums as TechB. Say Hi if you see me."
To listen to the interview, click on this MP3 file link