Get to Know Green House Data: Aaron Bell

Written by Kristina Sink on Thursday, June 23rd 2016 — Categories: Get to Know Green House Data

Aaron Bell, Global Support Center Team LeadWe return to our ongoing blog series, Get to Know Green House Data! These interviews introduce you to some of the fantastic staff that keeps your infrastructure running 24/7. This week, we talk to Global Support Center Team Lead Aaron Bell—one of the people on the front lines whenever you have a technical issue.

Which office do you work in? Are you originally from the area?

I work in Cheyenne, WY. I have lived in Cheyenne for 10 years. Prior to that I moved frequently to different places around the world as the son of an Air Force officer.

What are your favorite things to do in Cheyenne?

With the summer weather, I enjoy taking my family to the Cheyenne Greenway and visiting the city pool. During the rest of the year, we visit the Wyoming State Museum and play in the snow.

How long have you been in the technology industry?

I’ve been the tech industry for around 18 months.

How did you first get interested in I.T.?

In eighth grade a took a computer programming class that focused on Logos and Basic. Since then, I've enjoyed learning how computers work.

Recently, I have been the go-to person for computer needs amongst my family and friends. These two things lead me consider making it a career.

What are some of your favorite work projects? Least favorite?

I enjoy writing automation scripts and developing internal applications to help the Global Service Center.

What do you like to do in your free time?

 I spend most of my free time exploring Cheyenne with my family. Recently, I spent a weekend building a picnic table at our house.

Coffee or tea?

Herbal tea.

Star Wars or Star Trek?

Star Trek. Though given any Sci-fi show it would be Babylon 5.

What do you like about working at Green House Data?

I like the ability to help our customers solve the wide variety of issues that occur. Each day is unique and provides an opportunity to learn something new about the data center.