Carlos began designing websites in the mid-90s while being completely enamored by the Hot Dog HTML editing software and the seemingly endless supply of MIDI files that needed to be posted on the web. Soon the shiny and welcoming exterior of HTML wore off and Carlos was lost for several generations. Lured in by the appeal of FPS and MMORPG worlds, many nights were lost to these deviant technologies. Desperate to clean up his act, he found himself at the footsteps of UF. The kind souls brought him in and cleaned him up, providing shelter and nourishment. He hasn’t left since. He can sometimes be found wandering the halls still searching for red armor.
When he’s not busy fixing current websites, he acts as director for the UF Health Web Services team, attempting to lead his troupe of gifted technicians to the land of semantically correct code, beautiful and usable websites, and satisfied customers.
Find Carlos on Campus
- Communicore Building, Room C3-016