Hello friends! I am dilbertprogrammer. I am a long-time mechanical keyboard user, and heavy MK enthusiast and evangelist over the last several years. I have a BS degree in Computer Science, have been working in Information Systems – as a programmer, analyst, and manager – for over two decades. I currently manage a team of six software developers. I’ve been to a handful of MK meet-ups, and always make an effort to meet up with fellow enthusiasts when I travel.
I love experiencing as much what this awesome community has to offer. I love trying new layouts, switches, keeb materials, keycap profiles, etc when building new custom keyboards, and enjoy vintage keyboards as well.
Looking forward to experiencing keebtalk to the fullest!