A little about me and some ramblings:
"Hello my name is Orielsy Diaz and I'm an HTML-oholic."
I fell in love with Computer Science (specifically Web Development) in high school and I've been pursuing this dream ever since. After H.S. I joined the U.S. Navy with education in mind (managed to do the ship's website while there); 4 years (2 tours) later I received an Honorable Discharge and immediately started college that same summer.
I did freelance and worked as "the IT/Website guy" for a small company while in college full time. Since then I decided to "take my talents" to NYC to a company called TMP Worldwide.
We never stop learning in this business and it creates a flow that makes things interesting/fun. There's always something new over the horizon; whether it be something a more experienced coworker shares with you, something from a book you are reading or something you just randomly stumble on while working on the week's projects. Some would call what I do "a job". I do personally think it's "a job" but it sure doesn't feel like one. I enjoy it so much it's hard to believe I get paid for this.
"I fight for the USER!" - Tron
Like Tron, I too fight for the User Interface.
I've worked on sites for companies such as Motorola, Verizon, Pepsi and many more.