What is Xitalogy?
Xitalogy is an individually owned and operated information technology company in Oklahoma City, OK.
I do technical writing using in-depth code explorations and research. I also do web and software development.
Who am I?
My name is Scott Sanbar. I am the Principal Xitalogist at Xitalogy (pronounce 'X' as 'Z'), which is my company. Go Xits!! (I've *got* to have a T-Shirt made).
If you wish to contact me to ask about services and pricing, or to comment on my posts, please do so using the contact form below.
What is my Overall Experience?
Over 30 years of professional computing experience. Almost two decades of technical writing experience (either as a focus or as part of my other engineering duties). Almost three decades software and web development experience.
What sectors have I worked in?
I have worked in most sectors, including small to enterprise business, government, and military aerospace.
Therefore, at Xitalogy, I am flexible enough to work in a variety of environments, on many types of projects, and with diverse groups of people.
Where did I Work Prior to Xitalogy?
I worked at The Boeing Company. I started out doing enterprise server, desktop, and network admin. I transitioned over to embedded avionics software engineering, then simulation development, including hardware integration and some driver and firmware development. I left a senior software engineer.
Where can I find your work?
This website is my online portfolio for my technical and tutorial writing using in-depth code explorations and research, as well as web and software development efforts. You will find technical articles and tutorials touching on various subjects on my blog page.
How Do I Pronounce Xitalogy?
The pronunciation key for the company name in the header above can be found here.
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