Born in Pikeville, KY in 1974 Justin grew up in the hills of eastern Kentucky. He graduated from Elkhorn City High School in 1993 and Pikeville College (now UPike) in the summer of 1997. Shortly after graduating from UPike, Hall discovered an interest in technology, specifically web related technologies and programming. In 2000, while recovering from back surgery and unemployed, Hall taught himself how to code.
For the next 19 years Hall worked with Fortune 500 companies, non-for-profit organizations, consulting firms, Ad agencies, and small to medium sized businesses throughout the United States, Canada, and Sweden. He worked with companies associated with the kitchen and bath, coal, health and wellness, and sports industries, as well as, military and government sectors. He continues to work in the field of software development. In 2017, Hall was one of Fast Company's 100 Most Creative People in Business for helping start Bit Source, a company located in eastern Kentucky that employs former coal miners as coders.
Software Development, Agile Development, Coding Bootcamps, Digital Art, Sequential Art, Graphic Novels
I'm sure I need help, but I won't admit it.
Discomfort is a desired state.
I don't admire anyone anymore. I admire qualities about people like Michael Jordan, Elon Musk, Tim Tebow, Coach Cal, and Todd McFarlane.
I can do this all day.
Graphic Novels. Writer/Artist
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MoSCoW - Must Have, Should Have, Could Have and Won't Have - to help outline their needs and wants when it comes to web and software development so that they will be informed buyers.