Under construction, but I'm here and building this out. Look for updates (last updated 10/12/2013 [style sheet updates]).
Want to contact me? I'm on Twitter: @AdamTReineke or you can reach me by e-mailing FIRSTNAME@LASTNAME.me.
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I'm a Software Development Engineer in Test working on the Internet Explorer Developer Tools (F12) at Microsoft.
Previously I interned Microsoft (2x), Fisher Controls, Kingland Systems, and worked part-time for over two years at Webspec Design. And everyone starts in food service, and I was no exception: I spent a year after highschool flipping burgers running the breakfast shift at McDonald's.
Video Games: My screenname is AdamTReineke almost everywhere, including Xbox Live, Steam, and Origin.
Board Games: My shelf has Dominion: Intrigue, Dominion: Prosperity, Arkham Horror, and Ricochet Robots. There are a few smaller games as well, such as Bananagrams which is fantastic.
Outside: On a sunny day I'll probably have my motorcycle off on a twisty road somewhere or have my canoe out on a calm lake. On a wet day, see the preceeding two points.