Hi, I’m Julie! I worked with windows mobile devices and windows phones for more than 15 years. I was a Windows Phone MVP for 8 years and a Windows Insider MVP for 2 years.
I hold undergraduate and graduate degrees in Decision Sciences, and I’m currently working for a biomedical company as an Informatics Analyst where I mine large databases for nuggets of useful information.
I love gadgets & gizmos, but my true loves are my dogs and cats, reading, flowers, needlework, coffee, and music. I write about those things on my Fun Food Life! blog.
I created this website when Windows Mobile devices were called Pocket PCs. In the beginning, I just wanted a place where I could document and organize the information I had gleaned from all the places on the web I’d visited for my own benefit, but then I thought other people would also enjoy reading some of my articles.
Microsoft has essentially left the mobile phone business and I haven’t carried a windows phone for a couple of years. In December 2015, I started using an Android phone.
Some Final Notes About Some of My Personal Preferences
I use Windows 10 computers at work and at home. Both computers are loaded with the full suite of Office 2013 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, and Visio). I used Windows Phone and its predecessors for many years, but switched to an Android phone 2 years ago.
Connect with me on twitter (@juliesbits)