This week we introduce to you Patrick Roth, one of our Senior Support Engineers for our team. He took some time to share a little bit about himself with us below:
Do you have any nicknames people should know about?
None really. The guys did call me “Birdy” in the Army.
When did you start and what do you do at eOne?
I started July 7th, 2014 as a Senior Support Engineer supporting all of our products.
What is something really awesome that you’ve done lately at eOne?
Tough to pick anything specific out as there are so many great examples. But I’m rather pleased by a number of my blog articles that have mostly come from casework. (You can view a few here, here and here)
What are you passionate about outside of work?
-Doing yard work and working on my flower garden
-Going on vacations with our family (epic road trips to Disney Land and Disney World!)
-Going on cruises and concerts with my wife
-Spending time with my father at the FM Redhawks and NDSU Bison Football
-Playing with my kids
-And then whatever free time is left, squander it by playing dumb games online
What’s on your bucket list?
I’m a pretty simple guy – not sure that I really have such a list. However, I’ve been fortunate enough to go to a lot of places and do a lot of things so perhaps I’ve finished my list already?
Any eOne memories that first come to mind?
The eOne Smartner party for reImagine last year was pretty good and Convergence earlier this year was great. (Speaking of the Smartner Party, we’re hosting it again at reIMAGINE 2015 this Sept – more info here)
What’s playing in your headphones?
I don’t listen to a lot of music. Most times you’ll find my radio tuned to Minnesota Public Radio to keep myself informed of local and national news/events. But when I get tired of bad news on the radio and switch to music, I’ve recently been listening to the Pet Shop Boys, Skid Row, Dwight Yokum, and Volbeat.
We hope you enjoyed meeting Pat – feel free to drop him a line at email@example.com!
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