A recent graduate of Arizona State University with a BS in Computer Information Systems from W.P. Carey School of Business @ Arizona State University, Joey is experienced in many aspects of computers, from Digital Logic Gates to programming to the Business Application of Computer Concepts.
With a passion for emerging technologies, Joey pursues many projects dealing with the implementation of bleeding edge software, open source operating systems and infant programming paradigms in order to solve the problems posed by the widespread adoption of current technologies.
Dave Lorenzi is currently a graduate student at Rutgers, pursuing his PhD in Management Science & Information Systems. He holds a MS in Information Technology from Rutgers Business School, and a BS in Computer Information Systems from W.P. Carey School of Business @ Arizona State University, and a minor in International Business. David has over 5 years of experience working in enterprise level IT environments, doing systems design and implementation. He has won numerous awards in academic competitions. Dave also enjoys collecting and restoring vintage computer hardware and maintains a stable of various exotic workstations from a multitude of computing paradigms.
Nick has been a technofile since he was a young child. Whether it was fixing hardware or software issues, Nick has enjoyed a challenge at any level. He has a Computer Information Systems degree from Arizona State University's W.P. Carey School of Business, and he is constantly searching out tech challenges that push his current abilities and skills.