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CheyenneJackHailing from Montana, I moved to Atlanta, GA where I earned my degree in Computer Science from Georgia Tech. I also received certificates in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Cognitive Science while specializing in Human Computer Interaction and Databases, all fields that guide my passions in social networking and the interactive web today.  I have remained in the Atlanta community primarily working with ColdFusion and Social Media in the Medical Education and Marketing Industry.

My main areas of expertise lie in social networking, marketing and Search Engine Optimization (SEO). While monitoring social networks and being involved in many over the years I started the Mohawk Hair social network, in November 2007 to analyze social networking habits in a vertical market. Following the success of I also launched The Tall Persons Social Network, in the summer of 2008 and Atlanta User Groups in the summer of 2009.

In early 2006 I gave a presentation on “Increasing Security and Productivity On-line”. The goal of that presentation and one of the primary goals of this blog, is to show the average user how they can use social networking tools and the web to improve their productivity at home and at work, while also avoiding some of the pitfalls.  I have since given similar presentations on security, productivity, brand management and online communities around the Atlanta area and on the web.

I am the US software development manager for Meditech Media, a full-service global medical education firm part of the Nucleus Holdings Group. We produce communication tools for the medical and pharmaceutical industries to disseminate knowledge about new treatments in a variety of therapy areas. Seeing as how I get queasy around medical equipment, I do like knowing that I still get to be part of the process in helping people and their families by providing their healthcare professionals seamless and personal continued education better and faster everyday.

As an avid ColdFusion developer and enthusiast, I was honored to be elected to serve as president of the Atlanta ColdFusion User group in 2008 and then again in 2009. My particular interest for using CF is in highly rapid application development through the use of code application generation tools and factories utilizing OO design patterns.



SMDB wrote on 09/13/10 4:02 PM

No, that second Best TD was NOT good. The ball didn't even come close to breaking the line. Watch it again. The refs gave us one and then took it and more right back at the end.

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