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About me: Retired from IBM Research a dozen years ago use Photoshop to keep my mind active. I'm enjoying retirement and my five grandchildren. Its easier being a grandparent than a parent. In fact its a pleasure.
About me: I’m a career trainer, with a focus on teaching page layout using InDesign and FrameMaker. I started out as a contract trainer on PageMaker and Ventura Publisher in the mid-80s in the Washington, DC metro area, and moved to the mountains of Colorado in 2005. While I still teach some on-site classes in Denver, most of my classes are delivered online these days, with students from all over North America and beyond. The arrival of reliable virtual classrooms—with screen sharing and VoIP—coincided nicely with my reticence to leave these beautiful mountains. I continue to teach after all these years because I really enjoy helping others learn. On that note, I find volunteering on the Adobe forums gives me the same level of satisfaction. It’s been fun to work through the questions, and to experience the poster's joy when they realize they now have a solution to a perplexing problem.
Hobbies/interests: Skiing, mountain biking, SCUBA, Ashtanga yoga and hiking with my dogs
Fun Fact: I’m a PSIA-certified ski instructor. You can also find me here: https://www.rockymountaintraining.com/ Instruction blog: https://www.rockymountaintraining.com/blog/ Meet-up: https://www.meetup.com/Denver-Adobe-Creative-Cloud-User-Group/?_cookie-check=TWtR-hN2CYLcH 1dm
About me: I have an art education and photography has always been my primary interest. So when I was offered a job as full time staff photographer for a major art museum in Norway, I jumped at it, and today I can no longer separate work from hobby. I love it both ways. I'm 57, so hopefully I have many good years ahead until I have to retire.
Hobbies/interests: What's that? Oh, I do like nature and hiking, of course always bringing the camera. I'm mostly interested in my native Norway and Scandinavia. It's inexhaustible, and I love walking in the mountains as much as by the seaside. Thankfully, we still have a lot of relatively untouched wilderness here. My wonderful wife shares that interest, so we often go together. And I love movies. I can watch three full-length films in an afternoon...but now I'm starting to worry that I've already seen all the good ones...
Fun Fact: I once worked as a doorman/bouncer. Not for long, though.
About me: I hail from New Delhi, India. I have a Master’s degree in Software Systems from BITS, Pilani and have been working in the IT domain for the last four years. Before joining Adobe, I worked at a video solutions company, where I shared the onus of improving the quality of the proprietary product – an automated content verifier for broadcast and streaming audio/video formats. A key highlight of my professional journey has been the opportunity to travel to Amsterdam to represent the firm at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) Conference. Demonstrating the product to broadcasters and content creators as well as understanding customer workflows provided me with extensive exposure. At Adobe, I am part of the InDesign Engineering Team, delivering a world-class product and enhancing customer experience. I have always been passionate about solving customer issues, thereby ensuring their success.
Hobbies/interests: I have many hobbies, and I am fortunate to get time to enjoy them. Most importantly, I love to meet new people, enjoy their culture and listen to their experiences. Others include listening to music, biking, go-karting, and trekking - to name a few.
Fun Fact: One, in most of my breaks spanning a couple of days, my wanderlust has taken me to caves, mountains, wildlife sanctuaries or the sea. Two, I have been part of National Cadet Corps. (NCC) for two years. Finally, my first name is Hindi for patience, while my last name means sword - not the most suited pair I must admit.