Scott’s passion for IT education began when he passed his first certification to become a Novell CNA. Scott went on to teach at several technical schools where he realized traditional IT education was not providing students with the skills they needed to succeed. In 2002 Scott founded TrainSignal. Today TrainSignal is a leader in IT education having sold over $30 million in training courses worldwide. Scott earned a degree from Northern Illinois University in Dekalb, IL and serves on the advisory board of Salute Inc.

Alec is the self proclaimed generalist and founder of a computer vision startup developing sophisticated motion tracking software for low power processors. He is passionate about new technology, sensors and connected devices, breakthrough software solutions and helping people achieve their true potential. 

Scott Matteson is a senior systems administrator (Windows/Linux), IT consultant and freelance technical writer. He has worked in various technology roles since 1994, including support, project management, training/documentation, and implementation of new systems and services.

Keith Johnson is a Senior Technical Writer and Computer Software Trainer with more than twenty-five years of real world experience. Keith attained his professional computer programming certificate in 1990 and since then has worked as a Software Developer, Software Trainer, and Technical Writer for Microsoft Windows-based software and systems.
Ben Dickson is a software engineer and professional writer. He writes about technology, business and politics. He's also the founder of TechTalks, a blog that explores the ways technology is solving and creating problems.
A former IT professional, David D. Geer writes about contemporary information technology topics for national and international publication.
Jason is the lead instructional designer for Logical Operations’ CyberSec First Responder (CFR-210) course and corresponding DoD 8570-compliant certification. Logical Operations helps organizations and individuals maximize training with adaptable exert-crafted curricula and high-stakes IT certifications.
Yael Grauer is an IT and cybersecurity reporter based in Phoenix, Arizona. She’s written for Wired, Slate, Motherboard, Ars Technica, The Intercept, and more.

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