Age: Older than Linux, Younger than MS-DOS
Weight: Light Class
Hardware: Final Boss
Networks: Korben Dallas
Software: Anything but Vista, Please
Mr. Brazie first took interest in computing systems at age 10, when he took apart a PC to learn how it operates. Since then, he has kept current on networking trends, providing helpdesk services to a wide network of clients in various business verticals including logistics and delivery companies, school districts, accounting firms and more.
His approach to tech services relies on outside-the-box logic. Manufacturer standards are helpful, sure, but his belief is that a creative solution often yields the best result. Finding simple solutions is his favorite part of helping customers, many of whom feel overwhelmed by computer problems or broken tech; Mr. Brazie keeps his cool, applies his expertise and does his best to save customers money.
Age: Older than MS-DOS, Younger than Unix
Weight: Medium Class
Hardware: Hattori Hanzo
Mr. Stokes grew up with roots in mechanical systems, learning to rebuild automotive engines at age 14 and serving in a NA pit crew in high school. His interest turned to computers, and he spent 8 years in a Buddhist monastery, where he apprenticed in computer repair.
He has worked various tech repair and computer service jobs over the past decade, eventually deciding to open his own shop. His approach is to consistently learn new methods for repair and troubleshooting, often researching the cutting edge of tech services to best serve his customers.