The very first thing you learn when you are learning a new computer language is how to write “Hello world!” to the screen/output desired. True to that standard, here is my “Hello world!” blog post.
I’ve been working with computers all of my life. I built my first server at the age of 13 with nothing but a box of parts and a book. I taught myself Visual Basic in the same manner. I continued my studies at Liberty University’s computer science program where I was first introduced to relational databases. I happen to love databases and data for that matter. Today, I work as a consultant and do work with Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, and anything else that happens to come up. I love learning about new technologies. I currently work with my dad, Andy Leonard, at Enterprise Data and Analytics.
As for my personal life, I am a wife to Antony Trupe. We’ve been married since July 26, 2006. We have three awesome children: Alex, Gabe, and Ellie. We homeschool all three of them for now. I am active in our homeschool co-op as a teacher and the current webmaster for the group. In addition to our kids, we also have two cats (Jack and Ginger), three goats (Rosabell, and her two little boys), a collection of chickens, and thousands of bees. I enjoy baking and making novelty cakes. I also dabble in sewing a little bit. I am an avid coffee drinker as well – my favorite right now is either Joe Bean’s (a local drive thru coffee shop) or Death Wish Coffee.
I’m hoping to use this blog to help spread any knowledge that I have acquired throughout the years, whether it be about computing, baking, animal husbandry, homeschooling, or homesteading. Thank you for visiting!