Hillsborough Community College
Computers and Operating Systems
For over ten years, Briley Kenney has been writing technology related content for a variety of sites and publications. He's been working with technology for twice as long.
He started out writing product descriptions for a (now defunct) company called ProductWiki. From there, he created content for websites such as Uberoid, The Tech Labs, Bright Hub, and Android focused sites like AndroidPit or Android Headlines.
Later, Briley worked for Code 9 Media, managing many of the company’s properties, including Smartwatches.org, CodeConquest, and AMPTutorial. He also handled social media accounts, created marketing materials, and more.
Currently, Briley works for a content marketing company producing SEO friendly material on a wide range of topics, from B2B marketing to modern manufacturing and development tech has been on the docket. Briley also does ghostwriting for many other technology companies.
Today, Briley serves as a smart home and tech guru over at Ideaing. He also helps to manage a small e-commerce site called Nerdformer.
My setup is a custom-built Windows 10 PC, HP x360 Chromebook, and a Samsung Note 9 as my main mobile driver. I also use my desktop as a home media server which runs Plex. For gaming consoles, I use my PC, original PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PS TV, and Steam Link (streaming from PC). I also own many smart home gadgets including several security cameras, a Zmodo smart video doorbell, Schlage smart lock, Chamberlain smart garage door opener, and Carrier’s Cor smart thermostat. Besides all of that, I’m constantly demoing, reviewing and tinkering with a multitude of gadgets including wearables, smart home tech, computers, mobile devices and much more.
Briley Kenney does not currently hold any formal degrees, but he did attend a programming certification curriculum (Computer Programming Specialist, CCC) through Hillsborough Community College.
As you might expect, I’m the person that everyone turns to for technology-related advice. Because I’m so passionate about it, it’s my door for connecting with others which is precisely what Lifewire offers. I love being able to impart my experience and knowledge to everyone.
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