i am a dedicated blogger located in London, Canada. I am a geek and a sales guy. But while all of this combines to make me what I am, not a single trait defines me.
The Mobile World we live in has enabled each of us to connect in so many wonderful ways
Being a Geek is a full time gig...it is not just a choice, it is a calling.
Family first...I may be a "part time" Dad because of circumstance but I am a full time father!
Professional ethics are at the core of what makes krispy stand out from the crowd.
Value does not come from the idea or the concept of getting something for nothing…value comes from the providing of more than is expected at every opportunity.
Never forget who and what has made you who you are today and tomorrow. Life is far to short to live a life that is not without a code of ethics.
Kids are life’s greatest blessing. They make us stronger and more complete with every passing day.
krispy is all about the next generation of information Skills do not just improve you have to build upon them...EVERY DAY!
To be able to pull multiple all night coding and learning sessions it takes far more than just will power to make it through the night. Nature’s gift to us all is a hot cup of Java
krispy has had many jobs over the years, each requiring new skills to be developed. This constant learning has established a direction of constant skill improvement.
With targets always moving knowing more than the next guy is not enough. Focus comes from having goals and living and working towards achieving them.
krispy is available to build new connections and never rest on past success.
Writing and Researching is what has fueled many a sleepless night…why should you do it yourself when krispy can do it for you
krispy is all about open information and sharing what he has accumulated is a big part of who he is.
Content is KING but service is the QUEEN and knowing that the balance of both rules far better than a single source.
This is what made "krispy" well, "krispy". Enjoy
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