My name is Wesley Sappington, a sophomore at Columbia High School.
I've always been interested in science and technology, and have been taking apart electronics since the age of five. Of course, the real skill is not taking things apart - it's putting them back together! Over time, I managed to self-teach computer programming and computer hardware. I started doing tech support for friends and family, who were so fond of my capabilities that they suggested I take it on professionally. And here we are!
Starting out with friends and family, I eventually expanded my horizons to doing tech support professionally. I've worked for other families, offices, and have even been hired by local businesses for my services.
MY ADDITIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
I'm a self-taught computer programmer, and am currently applying my skills at Eyesight Technologies. Eyesight is my software development startup, made up of other Columbia High School students. I am the founder, leader, and main programmer for the team.
Additionally, I'm the captain of the Sophomore Robotics team at Columbia High School. We've built some awesome competitive robots, and even won the F.I.R.S.T. Tech Challenge 2nd Place Inspire Award, and made it into the State Championship.