Observations about dealing with the technology we touch every day and take for granted.
I'm Todd Jarrard, and I do a number of things that specifically relate to Apple hardware. Remember, I'm not actually employed by Apple, and any speculation you see here is just that- speculation.
I was born and raised in Michigan, and I don’t think I’ve ever owned anything I haven’t disassembled. I attended Florida State University before plunging into a career as a graphic designer, but after years of handling every issue one could come across using Macintosh for graphic production, I became an Apple Certified Macintosh Technician.
Now I have over ten years of bench experience, and I’ve serviced clients as diverse as the Museum of Natural History and the NHL. When I’m not training technicians, I spend my time sailing the bays of Maryland, solving interesting problems, and exploring cheese-based cuisine.
If you're interested in training opportunities, please feel free to contact me.
Since when is this a ‘skill’?