name is Iris Yoffa and since moving to Tucson I’ve been
working contract jobs in the tech field. They have involved
writing, application training, research, database work, web
site design and analysis, server configuration, and desktop
setup and maintenance. While most of my work has been desktop
and Microsoft based, I have installed several distributions
of Linux on the desktop and worked with a variety of Linux
and open source applications.
Over the years I have enjoyed the opportunities to contribute
creative solutions as a member of a development team and
as a computer user’s ‘personal trainer’. I
have developed online help, printed manuals and installation
instructions, training course outlines and Step-By-Step
guides for in-house and client use. I have also conducted
training sessions at company headquarters, individual
residences, at the Tucson Computer Society and by phone. I
have resolved workstation and network issues using TechNet,
MS Knowledge Base, Usenet Groups and the many resources
available through the Internet.
I have created a brochure style web site for a video
documentation business. In February of 2003 I assumed the
leadership of the Tucson Computer Society Internet SIG. The
web site I created for sharing information and presentation
notes is located at http://www.irisonthego.com/inetsig.
My involvement with the Tucson Computer Society has provided
me with the opportunity to investigate new technologies by
reviewing applications and books for the organization.
I look forward to hearing from you,