Since Google Analytics has been nice enough to tell me so much about you, I guess the least I can do is tell you a little bit about myself.
I am Kyle Kamperschroer: a programmer and software engineer. I am 22 years old, and I created this web page to give you a quick idea of who I am, and possibly why you should hire me. I'm not a graphic designer, so if this so-called design makes you want to vomit everywhere, I apologize. Also, if you expected this to be super professional and not use the word 'vomit,' again, I apologize. I promise that's the last time.
I am a tinker-er. My entire life I've taken things apart to see how they work. When I was younger, this usually resulted with me having a better understanding of whatever I felt the need to take apart, such as an alarm clock, or a happy meal toy, but also resulted in the destruction of whatever I took apart. I gradually got better at taking things apart with minimal destruction, allowing me to get it back together with ease. This constant desire to learn spread from clocks and toys, to the rest of the world around me. I love to learn. It drives me on a day to day basis. Most of my friends hate being in school. If I had the finances, I would stay in school my entire life, learning everything I possibly could.
I am a computer guy. I built my first computer when I was 11 from spare parts. I began to teach myself programming shortly thereafter. In high school, it wasn't too uncommon for me to be scolded by a teacher for playing games on my calculator, when in reality, I was programming games. Throughout college, any time I had an assignment or project in class that allows us to use any programming language we desire, I would try my best to use a programming language I never had used before. It ends up being a lot more work than playing it safe and using Java, but I learn a lot more in the process.
I am a national champion and All-American. No, sorry; it's not anything like awesome like chess. I play volleyball on the men's club volleyball team for the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. We won DII NCVF nationals in 2011, and 2012. We are defending the title in 2013 (wish us luck). So if you are looking for a volleyball player for those company picnics, I might just be your guy. Or if you have a sand court at your headquarters (I'm looking at you, Google).
I am a guy that doesn't like walls of text either (unless it's a book), so I appreciate you making it this far. If you just jumped to the bottom like I would have done, then I'm sorry to make you feel guilty for not actually making it this far.
Thank you for visiting my site. I hope you consider me for a position at your company.Last updated 09/10/2012