I am old enough.
I dabble in technology when I can, I am a small business owner.
I have a fair knowledge of tech, but I am limited in understanding of coding and programming languages. My greater strength is the hardware arena. This will change eventually.
I have a good relationship with everyone, for the most part.
Easy guy with good personality traits (at least I think so), bit of a solitude guy (I don't really like to socialize in big groups, but I do like to get out when I can with friends or family).
Most anything you want to know just ask and I will happily answer within obvious means.
After toiling in the pleb world of employment for enough years, I am now my own business owner. I started in the same 14-year-old jobs, then moved into management, then worked in the construction industry [when I got older], Joined the US Army as an Engineer [served for 12years] then changed into the Security industry where I moved up to an executive position. I eventually got tired of being bossed, mostly by morons and decided to be a moron myself and make more money to better serve my family by working a job that utilizes my time better. I have a family that needs me around more than not. So now I work when I need to work, and my children finally gets to spend time with Dad. I would say that after working for 24+ years I can say I have done well for myself, and I now live for a living.
For through the grace given to me I say to everyone among you not to think more highly of himself than he ought to think; but to think so as to have sound judgment, as God has allotted to each a measure of faith.
Romans 12:3 NASB