A Little About Me…
Hi. I’m Jim Mitchell. I’ve been blogging here on a variety of topics since early 2004.
Based in Huntington Beach, California, a.k.a. “Surf City, USA,” I started my career as a design artist, just like a lot of other Mac-using folk have.
It all began with a Mac SE/30 and a lot of love for that little machine. It was during those early years using PageMaker, Freehand and Photoshop where I learned the importance of keeping a system in tip-top shape.
This opened the door for me to create the simple Mac OS X utility Yasu in 2002, which is short for “Yet another system utility.” In 2015, I decided to discontinue development of Yasu. If you’re looking to download the latest version that works with your Mac OS, visit the Yasu site.
Today, I work as a Sr. Business Systems Analyst at VIZIO, Inc. where I oversee their Salesforce implementations. Since this is my personal blog, all thoughts and ideas posted here are strictly my own, and in no way reflect those of my employer.
I’m a Salesforce certified administrator and developer, with plans to pursue advanced certifications in the near future.
Once I obtained my ADM-201 certification, I was asked to be a Session Leader with the Salesforce.com Communities Certification Study Group. If you’d like to learn more about the group, what we do, and how we do it, visit the official Certification Study Group site.
I’m married to a totally awesome woman that I’d be completely lost without, and I have some pretty neat kids. In my spare time, I like to write code, play the bass, and spend time with the family — though not necessarily in that order.