Mark Kyrnin is a computer and networking specialist working in the computer field since 1994. He has been a computer hobbyist since the introduction of the Apple IIe. He built his first IBM compatible computer from parts in 1990.
Mark has been building personal computers from parts since his high school graduation back in 1990. His first system was an IBM compatible 286 processor with 4 megabytes of RAM, a 5 1/4" floppy drive, VGA Card and 16-color grayscale VGA monitor. There have been a number of computers since then with the current being this configuration.
Mark graduated from University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. He has obtained the CompTIA A+ and Network+, Microsoft MCP, and Cisco CCIE No. 14072.
From Mark Kyrnin:
Personal computers are a large portion of our everyday lives now. Knowing how to build and maintain a system from scratch is an important and valuable skill for individuals to have in the work force today. With technology rapidly changing and the shift to mobile computing devices, it is important to stay familiar with today's computer environment.
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