My name is Jesse Worley. I’m an IT professional with more than 20 years experience managing billion-dollar production datacenters, designing server architecture for Fortune-500 companies, running high-end webservers, securing networks, building websites, and so much more.
I built my first professional website (and the webserver it ran on) in the mid 1990s for an electric company in Dallas. I soon became an in-demand contractor in the DFW area, specializing in IP networks, Novell webservers, and DNS. By the turn of the millennium I was a member of a Fortune-500 telco company’s Y2K response team and Lead UNIX/Linux Administrator.
After a couple of decades in the corporate trenches, during which I became an expert in UNIX/Linux, SQL, shell and perl scripting, NetSec, and much more, I left the life of consultancy stretches in cubicles across North Texas (and sometimes across North America) behind and started my own web design and server management company.
I’m a classically-trained pianist and composer, and occasionally write music professionally for video games. I’ve been an artist all my life, and bring the same creativity to web design as I do to writing symphonic overtures.
I’m more than just a designer. I’ve built datacenters professionally for 25 years, am a master Linux and DNS administrator, a solid coder, and have been supporting the technology I use today since it was born.
I concluded my corporate career as a NetSec expert, defending 25,000 servers for one of the largest companies on the planet from daily attacks. I bring that same expertise to protecting my own web servers.
My wife and I were high school sweethearts and have been together for far more of our life than we’ve been apart. She’s a director, actress, educator, and my inspiration.
Beyond web sites and servers, I also tinker with basic electronics. I recently invented a radio frequency pet monitor and built my own home alarm system.
I attempt to deliver big-budget, corporate-sized IT solutions to human-sized organizations at human-sized prices. I don’t cut corners, but I also don’t duplicate effort.