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Pedro Vera
Works at NetLink Resource Group
Attended Excelsior College
Lives in Reston, VA, USA
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Lead Web Developer
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software development, web applications development, programming, scripting, relational databases, telecommunications, process management, technical management, photography
Employment
  • NetLink Resource Group
    Lead Web Applications Developer, 2006 - present
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Reston, VA, USA
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Landstuhl, Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland - Augusta, Georgia, USA - Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, USA
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A waste is a terrible thing to mind
Introduction
Pedro is a workaholic lead web applications developer stuck somewhere around the DC beltway. 

In his paid time he writes code, irritates his customers and coworkers and drinks too much coffee. 

In his free time he watches too much TV, plays video games, reads, writes, takes pictures, irritates his family, cats and friends and drinks too much coffee.
Education
  • Excelsior College
    Science, 1995
  • University of Puerto Rico
    Mechanical Engineering, 1992
  • United States Army Signal Center
    SATCOM/SATCON, 1994
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I am a repeat customer, this is my second vehicle purchase at this dealership plus they serviced my previous car for over four years. I am absolutely pleased with every single experience I have had with this dealership. As always, it was a no-pressure deal, both Rickie Piland (my salesman) and Danny Islam (my finance manager) made it absolutely clear that they were there to make us happy.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Five stars if you go in the middle of the week. No traffic, very short lines. If you go closer to the end of the season, or worse, on the last weekend of the season, prepare for major gridlock and lines. We have been coming to this park for a few years and it's always a load of fun. That is, except for when we procrastinated and waited until the last weekend a year or two ago. Lesson learned.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
5 reviews
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Great food, very affordable, fast service and a staff that is incredibly accommodating to families with small children and children with special needs. I have been bringing my (now 12) son that has autism and everyone makes him feel like he OWNS the restaurant. I don't know how it is during weekdays, but weekends there are no issues whatsoever with parking or waiting for a table. Make sure you bring your appetite because the portions are big, especially if you ask for any kind of pasta that comes served on top of a pizza crust. The most popular children's dish seems to be the "make your own" pizza, they'll bring the materials to the table and even a chef's hat.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago