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Hello, I am Daniel Mullarkey, the businessman, laborer, and hobbyist and the primary Member Manager of Technotalus LLC, with the other Member Managers being my own parents. Technotalus LLC is a home-based business with a scientific libertarian culture that conducts for-profit e-commerce activities as part of the Applied Computer Science industry. Technotalus LLC does Information Systems and Technology research and development to market to the American government and the general public. Currently, I am working on a high level encryption standard and a highly advanced puzzle game, and when I am finished with those, they will be available for sale to the public at large. I also create novelty websites and computer programs for web surfers and e-consumers, some of which amount to mature, adult-level content that require personal and parental discretion. I am CompTIA A+ certified, I have an A.A.S. in Computer Information Systems from Camden County College, a B.S. in Technical Management from DeVry University, a Computer Programming certificate from The Cittone Institute, and a Computer and Network Support Technician certificate from Lincoln Technical Institute. I am willing to travel to fix computers and willing to travel or work from home to create custom documents, software, and databases. Our basic philosophy is that the principle in which multiple approaches to reach the same goal often exists is a natural fact of life. On the hand, some approaches may be more or less desirable than other approaches. Does work locally and consultations are free. Costs negotiable depending on time and effort rendered. NJ sales tax applicable for jobs done within NJ. Please note: Allergic to dust mites. Moderate coordination skills. Lives with parents.
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