TJSchmitz.com mainly exists to house my personal email, but like most things on the web it has evolved into a bit more. It now houses a web-based version of my Family History - are we related? If you are, and want access the the entire collection let me know and I will get you set up.
If you're interested in hiring me, you can check out my resume. I'm great at getting heterogeneous systems talking to each other - I'm experienced with Microsoft, Netware, Macintosh and Linux systems. Having worked for a school and a managed-services startup, I've learned to get world class results on a shoestring budget and have learned to get it done without relying on expensive consultants.
My interest in web development started with my work in Internet start-up American Cybercasting in 1995. I developed interactive lessons and activities for their online curriculum, Educational Structures. I still enjoy putting together a website, and have been working with WordPress since it came out. I love how easily blogs let people put their information up on the web. My main blog is like my little notebook of tips and tricks I come up with. If I have something I want to remember to do in the future, I'll put it up. If someone asks for help on a topic, I'll post the information there as well - so I can help as many people as possible.