A long time ago (1974 to be exact) in a land far, far away (California), a young couple gave birth to their first child -- a son. This son would be their pride and joy for the next three-and-a-half years (when his sister was born).
Apparently, there was some debate regarding what to name this child; they finally gave him a name, though. They decided to name him Bryan. However, presumably in an effort to confuse the child and everyone around him, they opted to call him by his middle name, Scott.
Well, Scott got used to the name, and actually answers to it the majority of the time. In fact, he often doesn't even recognize that someone is speaking to him if they call him by his first name, like they do at school. It was the same on the first day of every semester, from his A.A. program at San Joaquin Delta College, to his upper-division studies at UC Davis and University of the Pacific -- even his B.S. from UOP says Bryan Scott Isaacs -- teachers would always read the roll and ask, "Bryan Isaacs?", to which Scott would reply, "Here, but call me Scott."
Somewhere along the way, Scott found an interest in computers. It has been said that it originated with an old Commodore64 computer and its native BASIC interpreter. Regardless of when or where, Scott has developed (pun intended) into a geek, and now someone has even agreed to give him a small amount of money for being one.
Scott has his hands in many projects, ranging from running a small web hosting company to coordinating technology for a large news & media corporation to volunteering his time and resources in the local .NET community.
Read more at Scott's website: http://www.scottisaacs.com/
Member since Wednesday, March 6, 2002