Joe is the creator of Inch Calculator and frequently writes on math, engineering, construction, and home renovation topics.
Joe is a software engineer with an extensive background in construction, math, computer science, electronics, and engineering, and he holds multiple degrees and certifications.
Joe served in the U.S. Army from 2000-2006 and served in Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2003-2004. During that time, he studied electronics, telecommunications, and data networks and became certified (top of his class, no less) by the U.S. Army in network switching systems.
After leaving military service, Joe went on to work as a technician on residential electrical systems in the construction industry in a perfect blend of electronics and building. He was one of the few technicians earning an advanced certification from CEDIA. During this time, he worked on earning his Bachelor's degree in computer science.
After earning his degree, Joe began working in the tech industry as a software engineer and worked on creating enterprise software for ten years.
It was during this time that Inch Calculator was born. What started as a passion project of research, software, and writing in Joe’s area of interest grew from a side project to Joe’s exclusive focus.
Now, Joe works closely with industry professionals and subject-matter experts to create tools that are accurate for professional use and easy enough for anyone to use.
Joe currently resides in Minnesota, U.S., and in his downtime, he is an avid woodworker and a craftsman with a passion for building furniture and home renovation.
Joe received his Bachelor of Science degree in computer science and information technology from the Minnesota School of Business in 2013.