This is my zone for sharing information on stuff I’ve learnt in Information Technology Engineering.
My latest activities have me specialising in delivering a course on IT Visualisations (diagrams, presentations, drawings, etc) and developing web sites, design and content management systems.
I’ve had lots of experience as:
- Facilities and Maintenance Asset Management Systems specialist,
- IT Project Officer,
- IT diagramming specialist,
- Powerpoint/Keynote designer and presenter,
- Website Architecture, Internet and Intranet,
- Quality Improvements Officer,
- Enterprise Architect.
So who is Chris Mundy? I come from Sydney, Australia and spent the first 9 years of my working life in general engineering as a tradesman and drafts person which gave me a foundation for thinking and conceptualizations.
In 1986 a friend said, “have you seen my commodore 64”?. Well the rest was history, that’s when I learnt to ride the IT wave.
In 1987 we moved to Canberra, Australia’s capital, to give it a try for five years. Since moving there, three girls joined the family, a couple of dogs, a bunch of friends and son-in-laws.
In 1988 I was on a major national project and asked someone for some engineering information. From that conversation there was a light-bulb moment and I found a way to cut down project time using a database. From that opportunity I became a subject matter expert in Asset and Maintenance Management systems and travelled overseas implementing and training people how to use systems to support things from plant and equipment to facilities.
After that I got involved with large enterprise computing system.
In 2001 Charles Sturt University awarded me a Graduate diploma in IT to check to see I had an idea about what I was talking about.
In 2003 I followed one of those dumb advertisements on a website, which made me want to find out more about Internet marketing. From there, I wrote down some ideas, from that my company was born.
When it comes to IT system, I am very agnostic, however, I do find Apple platform robust and the last two years has seen the Mac arsenal building as it improves his productivity.
- Motorcycling (dangerous stuff)
- Snow Skiing (really dangerous stuff)
- Photography and Video (mildly dangerous and embarrassing)
- Writing (Really, really dangerous, handle with care!)
- Listening to Podcasts
- Reading and Listening to Audiobooks
If you need more information, pop me a line at the contact chris page and I’ll be happy to respond.