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Janmarcus Hernandez


I can’t say I have a hometown, since I’ve been living in a different town at every stage of my life. However, I can call Cidra, Puerto Rico my hometown since it’s where I grew up and spent the most important part of my life (Growing as a teenager and making those hard decisions for the future which are now my present). Now I live in Lawrence, MA and I’m really loving this place, even though it’s 1,700 miles away from my hometown.

What are your technology specialties?

I consider myself a good custom gaming computer builder, I also enjoy the process! From choosing the right hardware and building steps to seeing those computers come to life. Also, in college I really enjoyed the Database course, I think that’s something I would love to spend some time on in the future.

What was your first memory of using computers?

I remember one day I went to my grandpa’s house and he had a new white metal tower with cables and what seemed to me was a white TV (it was a monitor). I asked my grandpa: “What’s this TV for?” and that’s where my life story started. My grandma showed me how to browse through Microsoft Encarta 2000 and from that moment on I can’t live without a computer.

When you’re not found in front of a computer you are…?

Mowing the lawn, Cleaning my room or spending quality time with my family including Na’kirah (Our beautiful Morkie mix baby.)

What would you do if you had an extra 5 hours every week? 

I would try to update my “watched movies” list to try and keep up with my fiancée’s movie watching spree since I’m not too much into movies and there’s a lot of “basic” movies I haven’t watched yet.

What are you most frequently heard listening to?

Bad Bunny! I’m kind of kidding but not completely. I’ve listened to different genres through my teenage years, from Alternative (Linkin Park, Green Day, Smash Mouth, etc) and Electronic music (Avicii, Alesso, Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, etc) to Reggaetón (Bad Bunny, Jay Wheeler, Daddy Yankee [Obviously], etc.)  and now as an adult I just listen to anything that has a good vibe on it, including reggaetón too!