What is the point of this site?:
The site is mostly a blog for me to publish my thoughts and organize any projects I might have. It is my way of
officializing myself and showing validity to the rest of the internet. Nothing on jeremydaniele.com is or is intended
to be a reflection of my past, current, or future employment. Any opinions or points of view are solely mine unless
clearly stated otherwise.
This site is meant to be a desktop first design that works with mobile seamlessly. I use other platforms such as
Twitter, Facebook, etc for communication which can be verified by using the links on the bottom of the website referred
to as the “footer.”
Information About Me:
My name is Jeremy Daniele from Bricktown, NJ. I was born February 1987 in Toms River, NJ to Robert Daniele and
I studied Computer Science and Business Administration at Ocean County College. I remain and undergraduate as of now.
I've worked for multiable "mom and pop" computer stores in the Monmouth and Ocean County areas. I attempted to start
my own computer services business but stopped due to unpaid invoices. Eventually left all other computer companies and
started working for Best Buy Co in 2010 immediately in the Geek Squad department as a part time employee. About a year
later I was promoted to a full-time employee with the same responsibilities. I eventually transferred to the field
services side of Geek Squad performing audio/visual services. After gaining some experience I switched to computer
technical support in Geek Squad field services. I became the "go-to" person for most of my colleagues for
difficult assignments. I remained until the end of 2019 when I left and was hired at Matrix New World Engineering
as a Tier 2 IT Support Technician. I'm attempting to restart my own computer services business and apply the new
skills I've acquired. I've also built a toolset for website support so this will be a big focus of mine as well.
I have a lot of professional experience (over 15 years) with information and entertainment technology. I practice
business as part of my current role. I care very much about being fully clear and accurate. I've worked with many pieces
of residential and commercial grade equipment ranging from home computers, router, switches and ex. Up to Microsoft
Exchange Server, SonicWALL firewalls, site-to-site VPN, WAN, LAN, IP phone systems, network domains and so on. I understand
how an operating system work on a fundamental level which lets me identify and fix an issue affectively.
I enjoy learning new technology, learning new science, meeting new people, traveling to new places, and understanding the
stock market. I plan to learn at least one additional language (other than my native language). I want to learn to surf,
fly a plane, become a better leader, support my community by eventually running for an elected office one day, and
maybe one day be promoted to a C level role in a company. I'm a very passionate person and take my job (or any job)
very seriously. I have always taken work seriously regardless what I did. I was always told growing up, "Even if you
want to be a garbage man then be the best garbage man!!!" This taught me that the job wasn't the important part of life
but how the world sees you performing that job. If the IT field doesn't work for me anymore for whatever reason I would
either switch to law or a form of chemical science.
My Strengths (by Gallup StrengthFinder):
A few years ago (about May 2012) I joined a leadership program at my job. I was introduced to a book titled, Now,
Discover Your Strengths
by Marcus Buckingham. It was a book about discovering who you are as a person on a fundamental
level. It also teaches you how to discover possible traits in others. After reading this book I took the test online. I
discovered my top five themes were the following.
You can read about my CliftonStrengths from the source with the following link. I hold a strong amount of "Strategic Thinking"
and "Executing" themes. I am perfect for creating a plan and seeing it through.