User:Thomas Lerman

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I am a software architect/engineer/programmer/manager/geek (BS CS with MBA). I also serve, among other things, with the BSA, Family History Consultant in my ward and at BYU, and teach SCUBA (now that seems random here). In family history, I regularly teach at the BYU Family History Library, in my ward (plus have taught as a visitor in two other wards), at three Family History Fairs (not in my stake), and at the Academy in American Fork. I have participated in most of the beta programs for most of the new FamilySearch products, plus many other products associated with family history. I manage my own website and write my own software, both include family history.<!--{12047035989060} -->
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I am a software architect/engineer/programmer/manager/geek (BS CS with MBA). I also serve, among other things, with the BSA, Family History Consultant in my ward and at BYU, and teach SCUBA (now that seems random here). In family history, I regularly teach at the BYU Family History Library, in my ward (plus have taught as a visitor in two other wards), at three Family History Fairs (not in my stake), and at the Academy in American Fork. I have participated in most of the beta programs for most of the new FamilySearch products, plus many other products associated with family history. I manage my own website and write my own software, both include family history.
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Here is my family name in Russian (from the back of a photo): Лэрман

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I am a software architect/engineer/programmer/manager/geek (BS CS with MBA). I also serve, among other things, with the BSA, Family History Consultant in my ward and at BYU, and teach SCUBA (now that seems random here). In family history, I regularly teach at the BYU Family History Library, in my ward (plus have taught as a visitor in two other wards), at three Family History Fairs (not in my stake), and at the Academy in American Fork. I have participated in most of the beta programs for most of the new FamilySearch products, plus many other products associated with family history. I manage my own website and write my own software, both include family history.

Here is my family name in Russian (from the back of a photo): Лэрман