Much like a Guy Fawkes mask might hide face, a programmer is hidden behind the code he or she writes. It is a he in this case, and he is Mike Fuller.

Mike has mastered multiple programming languages. Seamlessly moving from PHP to SQL to Javas. Moreover, Java minions might manage to motivate a response from Mike regarding the aforementioned, despite the maddening environment Java can make. But Mike maintains his mild manner and motivation regardless of the mare’s nest therein. Since 1993, Mike has made ends meet through programming, and in May 2014, teamed up with Simplexity for the second time, merging his monumental programming knowledge with theirs.

Outside of the office, Mike occupies his time opportunistically. To paint a picture, Mike may pore over the pages of Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, placidly partaking in its potent drama, only to progress to a piping hot portion of television programming, perhaps The Walking Dead or Whose Line is it Anyway? Mike can quickly cast off a state of quietude however and set sail for unique locales including Paris, Virgin Islands, and Anchorage.

One last point to vanquish those vacant thoughts of a vanilla lifestyle. Not mere verisimilitude but vibrant fact it is that Mike vacillates not one whit on his very favorite film. He unequivocally venerates V for Vendetta.

"In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But, in practice, there is."

– Jan L. A. van de Snepscheut