Jason R. Mick
I currently work at Ford Motor Company (FMC) on the Human Machine Interface (HMI) development team. We are coding upcoming versions of SYNC and working to improve the reliability and functionality of SYNC3 for both Ford and Lincoln vehicles.
In general, coding-wise I enjoy :
- Playing with data
Here's some of my work:
Other hats I wore, prior to working at FMC:
- Tech Blogger : former executive editor/CEO of DailyTech, a Google News syndicated science and technology blog
- Ph.D. Script Wizard/Open Source Developer : graduate of the Potoff Lab at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.
Outside of coding I enjoy:
- Retro culture
- Pop culture
- Science fiction
- spending time with my wife and little dude
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