Ron began his career in technology in the 1980’s when he broke the video store point of sale system at which he worked in Florida so often by playing with the source code that the programmer insisted that Ron either be fired or sent to training. Fortunately, Ron’s boss decided to send him to a programming course in New Jersey. So began a career in information technology that continues on today.
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