I've been using this handle on Wikipedia since May 2005. Previous to that I had another username, but for the life of me I can't remember what it is. I've been editing Wikipedia in some form or another since 2003.
I am currently a software engineer for a small private company in Colorado that works in the healthcare sector. I studied at the Colorado School of Mines and received a BS in computer science. My major contributions to Wikipedia have been, thus far, grammar-checking, talk-page tagging, translating, and writing articles about airliner crashes, (foreign) food, birds, or the Air Force.
I have lived in a few interesting places during my life. The majority of it I spent in Baltimore, MD, USA, though I now reside in Golden, CO, USA. I lived for three months in Krakow, Poland and for three months in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. I have visited (two-week periods) Argentina, Canada, England, France, Gibraltar, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Portugal, South Africa, Uruguay, Vatican City, and Wales.
For the record: I have no desire to be an admin, sysop, bureaucrat, or any other form of administrator or moderator. Please do not ask me to nominate myself for adminship via RFA, and please do not attempt to nominate me either. Thank you.
Conflict of interest statement: I currently work in software development for a small company that writes financial software for hospitals and other healthcare organizations. As such, I try to limit any editing outside of basic cleanup in healthcare software-related articles (or companies) due to this conflict of interest.
The following are articles that I believe are my most significant contributions to Wikipedia. This does not include silly little things like reformatting work, npov fixing, or wikifying.
Article Expansion, Rewrite, & Cleanup
I have uploaded a crazy number of Air Force-related images to Commons.
Sandbox I - To-do list