A brief run down on David Greening and his achievements.
David Greening has been interested in computers since the early 1980's where he started out with a Commodore 64, a floppy disk drive and 300-baud modem. While later running what some believe to be the start of the Internet age, a BBS (Bulletin Board System) on the Commodore 64.
The above may not be an achievement in today’s world, but was the start of the fascination in computers. Since then, David has been in the IT Industry for the past 13 years professionally and designing web sites for the past 20 years.
From his humble first Internet web page in the mid 1980's, to more complex work with security and support of the eCommerce environment of one of the 5 largest banks in Australia, David Greening has progressed and is rapidly growing.
David Greening Web Design is based in the South Eastern suburbs of Melbourne and is ready to complete your Internet Web page design needs.
Brief IT History:
Current: David now is working for a truck manufacturing company with an international presence as a Senior System Administrator while still supporting his clients.
Mid 2000's: David left the major bank and had a small break from the IT industry while still maintaining his clients. David then secured a role working for one of the 4 major telecommunications companies, while tightening their network and making it more stable completed a number of web sites for different companies around Australia was appointed the Development Team Leader for Snitz Forums, an .asp forum based software used by millions around the world.
Early 2000's: David was in the employment of one of the major 5 banks as a System Administrator for their eCommerce area and then was approached to be a part of the eCommerce design team to implement changes across their public facing areas.
Late 1990's: David was given a role working for an IT Recruitment centre as their Systems Administrator, he had the opportunity to set up a VPN (Virtual Private Network) between Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, and also redesign and maintain the company Internet web site.
This is where the large bank approached David and offered him a role supporting their Internet Banking environment. David accepted the challenge. Before David went to the bank, he was offered another role with a software development company installing their software nationally.
Mid 1990's: While working as a labourer for a few companies David worked hard at building a strong IT presence amongst the community supplying new computer systems and creating web sites for small business.
Early 1990's: While working at a modem wholesale company for a couple of years with sales & technical support, David was given the challenge of creating the companies very first web site.
After this company, David moved on to another modem wholesale company and took his skills with him.