Mother of four, grandmother of six.
Sue was born in Reno, Nevada in 1954, joined the Air Force in 1973, and had four children in five years shortly afterward.
In 1988, she has a business called CompuTrain teaching people how to use MS-DOS and WordPerfect. A year later, she went to Microsoft to work in Product Support Services. Two years of phone support later, Sue became a Knowlege Base Lead for Microsoft Excel and Project.
Four years later, Sue and her husband Doug moved to Columbia, Missouri to work for DATASTORM, the makers of Procomm. After DATASTORM was aquired by the evil Quarterdeck, Sue and Doug moved to Kansas City to work for Cerner.
By that time, Sue was programming in Visual Basic and didn’t have to do tech support ever again. Four years later, Sue became a Certification Analyst, where she only had to find the bugs, not fix them.
In August 2003, Sue left Cerner to work for herself doing custom coding for pMachine and later ExpressionEngine.
So it’s all Rick and Paul’s fault.