Hi, I’m Jason and this is my website about things that I’m passionate about and have a lot of fun doing. Here I’ll share my journey of buying and selling domain names, software testing, and the technical aspects of some of my other projects. It’s fulfilling for me to share lessons in learning, and to provide a reference to help people solve problems they encounter. If you enjoy this website, take a moment to subscribe or listen to my podcast. Better, tell someone you know to check us out!
Jason Morris is a senior software tester on an agile development team for a company that provides cloud services. Jason is skilled in cross-team collaboration, regression and integration testing, and is honing his skills in test automation and API Testing. A certified scrum master and software tester (ASTQB), Jason is also skilled using various tools of the trade. As a software tester with extensive testing experience, Jason has been involved with many large-scale software projects. At present, his team is working on rewriting a large legacy web app. Previous works include introducing Identity Server as a means for authentication into web applications, including single-sign-on. He’s also participated in testing the effort to introduce multi-factor authentication into web applications.
His side interests include this website, as well as an niche site he’s trying to monetize primarily through the Amazon Affiliate program. Jason is the author of an eBook that will be published in the summer of 2020 which exemplifies the history of a Pensacola, Florida icon. In his volunteer time, he’s the IT Director for our local youth organization where he leads the effort to assist the league with their technical needs. He’s also coached youth basketball and football for nearly a decade.
Born and raised in the coal country of northeastern Kentucky, he served in the U.S. Navy onboard the USS Doyle (FFG-39), based out of Mayport, Florida. After his enlistment was over, he returned to college and graduated Cum Laude with a B.S from Ohio University. In the summer of 2012, Jason and family moved to Florida and have called her home since. In November 2020, Jason and his wife will celebrate 20 years of marriage, which has proven to be fruitful as they’re blessed with four boys between the ages of 3 and 16. In 2020, Jason and his family will once again be on the move, this time back to his roots in Eastern Kentucky.
Jason and Family
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