“If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you’ll never get it done. Make at least one definite move daily toward your goal.” -Bruce Lee Michael Walker is an information technology consultant with vast array of experience in many fields of technology from administrating Microsoft based networks to programming battle simulation calculators for the board game “Risk” and everything in between. His main experience has been in administering and maintaining Windows based infrastructure for small and medium sized businesses where he has been able to put his put his problem-solving skills to use. Michael took apart his first computer before he was nine years old. His family had a Tandy computer that came with a very detailed manual that he studied, memorized and then put into practice. Luckily before anyone discovered what had happened he had put the computer back together his family none the wiser. From that moment on he couldn’t be pulled away from technology and it eventually lead to him attending North Central Technical College where he graduated with an Associate’s of Applied Science in Advanced Computer Information Technology. After graduation Michael went directly into the workforce for a managed services provider in the Wichita area where he honed his IT skills and learned about many different technologies. Over the years, Michael has competed in various information technology competitions and won many state and national titles through Business Professionals of America (BPA) and Skills. One of those titles is a national championship as part of a three man “Network Design Team” and various state championships including “Computer Programming”, “Network Administration”, “Computer Hardware” and “Computer Security”. Outside of work, Michael stays busy with the practice of martial arts, running obstacle course races, reading, playing chess and drawing. He spends most of his time with his wife and 6-year-old daughter, hanging around the house or going out to see the newest super hero movie. Michael Walker lives in Valley Center, Kansas.