Worked long-term in IT — both as a techie and a manager.
Developing an application (GenQuiry) to manage the process of family history research.
I'm an amateur family historian who tries to do my research to professional standards. (Yes, that's another way of saying I'm a perfectionist.) I love to learn, and to suggest to others things that might work for them.
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