Tom Peracchio has a long and diversified career in technology

A life long evolution from trainer in the Army National Guard, to community college instructor, and now as a webmaster and freelance writer, Tom Peracchio has developed a knack of putting complex topics into simple terms, as he likes to call it, geek speak made simple.

Tom's career in business and technology started with communications and moved to office automation systems long before the acronym "IT" was widely used. 

Small Business and Technology Writer Tom Peracchio

Copy writerTom began actively speaking and writing on both business and technology issues since before the internet was widely used by small business. With a formal education in technology, and a lifetime quest of learning, various technology based writing and workshops projects over the years came naturally.

With his training in the Army National Guard as a Radio and Telephone Tactical Communications Specialist, Tom landed a job with a small town radio station.

Web Developer: Tom Peracchio's Guru 42 Universe

Computer Guy typing codeTom Peracchio started building websites using HTML in notepad back when the web went commercial back in the mid 1990s.

We have come a long way since the simple sites with the animated graphics of the late 1990s, but many of the core concepts remain important.  A overall understanding of basic concepts such as HTML along with other scripting languages such as Javascript and PHP has been useful over the years in troubleshooting website problems.

Technology Trainer Tom Peracchio: Geek Speak Made Simple

Man full of ideasStarting as trainer in the Army National Guard, then as a community college instructor, and now as a webmaster and freelance writer, Tom Peracchio has developed a knack of putting complex topics into simple terms, as he likes to call it, geek speak made simple.

Tom's technology training, and role as a trainer, began many years ago as a member of the Army National Guard, where he learned the latest technology, and then trained others. 

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