Seattle Pacific University
Dennis has held various positions and disciplines in his work as a journalist. In more than 10 years, he has served as a Copy Editor for news daily, Inquirer.net, before he started writing for BBC Worklife, NBC Asian America, Asian Journal, and Rappler as its Technology Contributor. He also served as Managing Editor for a defunct Asian adventure travel magazine, MetroActive.
Even in writing, he has produced work for various media disciplines: news and business features, essays, entertainment, film criticism, lifestyle, and yes, technology. He has written more than 200K words covering Tech Startups, Apps, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, E-Commerce, Fintech, Software as a Service, Investors, the Internet of Things, Programming Languages, and UX Design in New York and San Francisco.
Dennis also works as a UX Designer and Web Developer in his spare time.
I've used mostly Thinkpads for the past 20 years (and the Linux terminal as my OP) but I use a Macbook laptop these days. I'm into Bluetooth earphones and cameras of any kind as well as backpacks that help me organize all my stuff.
UC Berkeley, Full Stack Web Development
Seattle Pacific University, BS in Journalism
I like writing about electronic devices and consumer technology because they're essentially entertainment tools for me, while readers like them because they serve as their entertainment devices. Are we not all entertained?
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