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Scott Orgera

Scott Orgera

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Scott Orgera has been an avid Internet user and software developer since the days of the first Web browser. His knowledge and passion about the many ways to enhance the Web browsing experience drive him to discover everything there is to know about Web browser technology, both new and old. Scott can be contacted via the following email address: browsers [at] aboutguide [dot] com.

Experience:

Orgera has worked in almost every capacity when it comes to Web browsers, from performing Internet quality control for a major ISP to customizing browser packages for a telecommunications giant which were distributed worldwide. He has also worked as an applications developer for many years, integrating his code with Web browsers across several platforms including Windows, Macintosh, and Linux. He is also a part-time statistician and sports reporter who has covered several New York area teams for a major news organization for almost twenty years.

Education:

After attending 4 1/2 years of college, studying both Computer Information Systems and Business Technologies, Orgera went on to become a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE, MCP+I) as well as a Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS). In addition, Scott has been A+ certified for over a decade. He has also taken courses in several programming languages including C++, Visual Basic, RealBasic, HTML, PHP, JavaScript, and Applescript among others. Scott has also attended several workshops, including Internet Explorer Administration seminars for developers at Microsoft's campus in Washington.

By Scott Orgera:

Web browsers have become very diverse and very powerful, allowing us to do things never before imaginable while surfing the web. It is my opinion that people do not take full advantage of the many amazing features available, mostly because they are not aware of their existence or how they work. On this site we'll discuss the good and the bad when it comes to your Web browser. You will find all the tricks of the trade, as well as a ton of software that will help you take your browsing to the next level.

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