About

Jason Pearce is the director of information systems for a hospital in Noblesville, Indiana, and is living in Carmel, Indiana, which is a suburb of Indianapolis.

Professionally

Professionally, Jason is the director of information systems infrastructure for Riverview Health. He is responsible for the hardware, software, storage, network, and personnel who manage the client and datacenter infrastructure for the hospital and its 26 primary, immediate, and specialty care facilities in Hamilton and Tipton counties. Learn more via his LinkedIn profile.

Travels

Jason has a lifelong goal to visit as many countries as he is old. He didn’t want to wait until retirement to see the world, he wanted to enjoy and benefit from his travels throughout life. Jason has visited more than 50 countries and maintains a nice list of where he has visited.

Writings

Jason is the author of Keeping Navigation Current With PHP, featured in A List Apart’s November 2003 Issue. Jason also served as editor of the “Cross & Crescent” magazine for 10 years, an alumni magazine for Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Jason also runs a personal blog where he writes articles and commentary on technology, travel, photography, and life.

Legacy Content

Jason has maintained online presence since 1996. His first website was just a few pages of plain black text on the then-standard grey background. While he didn’t retain a copy of that site and a few that followed, here are the three most recent iterations of his blog.

Security and Encryption

miniLock.io
  • My miniLock.io ID: 22XtZiEyW42rhzhwaCxWYv7MKdKSz6YwUijYHaAuy7MuXP
Public SSH-2 RSA key

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