Steve's first look at computers was in the United States Air Force. He quickly saw the power and potential for business and personal use. He took time to learn everything he could, and in 1985, he was awarded a Joint Services Commendation Medal for designing a program to speed up a time-consuming task for his department. One he left the Air Force, he started working part-time on other people's computers and sold real estate. When the market fell, he decided to go into computer support full-time and started his own business. One of his customers was a mortgage company and after a few years persuaded Steve to work for them full-time. When the mortgage market declined in 2007, Steve was out of work. Since he had enjoyed having his own business and the support he could provide his customers, he started again, and PuterWerkZ was born!
I've loved computers ever since Steve and I started playing Zork on our Vic 20. I got involved in designing flyers for real estate, and from there moved to designing for a printer. Moving to web design was a natural progression and I've been doing web design since 2003.
Daniel has been "playing" with computers ever since he could bang on a keyboard as a small baby. He's the guy that got in trouble at school for hacking ("just to see if I could!") into the computers. Now, he's using his talents with PuterWerkZ. Daniel is well versed in computer repair, including repairing laptops, networking, and security (anti-hacking), as well as experienced in Linux!