This is a mock proposal I wrote to Central Dallas Medical Center advising they overhaul their current data system for a professional communications course. This proposal address primarily the software used for patient data organization and billing. It briefly touches on the need for an enterprise … Read more about The Necessity of Mobile Device and Cloud Integration in the Healthcare Workplace
Disclaimer: This page was originally published on September 20, 2019. It will be continuously updated with video as I make time to organize and publish inline with the written narrative. If this text is still visible, there is still content that needs too be uploaded! In Mach 2019, the boys who … Read more about Spring Break 2019
From here on out I will reference to the vehicle using "Hybrid Tahoe", "Hybrid", or "Tahoe" terminology because my vehicle is a Tahoe. The info in this article applies to the Tahoe, Yukon and Escalade Hybrid models alike. These three hybrid cars have identical powertrains. I decided to compile … Read more about Everything you would ever need to know about General Motor’s Hybrid Tahoe, Yukon and Escalade.
(A three part series.) On August 8, 2018 Luke Halier I set out on what would be the most epic road trip of my life to date. In five days we would be meeting up with our friend Daniel Schafer in Bozeman Montana, and in nine days the three of us would be picking up a fourth … Read more about The Epic August 2018 Adventure
(Seattle and the Salt Flats) Continuing on from Part 2, we left the Squamish area on Thursday, August 16, nine days into our epic North American trek. We descended 6500ft in elevation on the short drive from Pemberton to Vancouver. You quickly realize why it is named the Sea to Sky highway. … Read more about The Epic August 2018 Adventure Part 3
(Bozeman and Canada) Immediately after departing Yellowstone, Luke and I headed to the Schafer ranch in Bozeman, Montana where we would meet up with Daniel and continue the road trip. Luke celebrating the Daniel-reunion mid-dab. We left Yellowstone early in the morning and Bozeman was only … Read more about The Epic August 2018 Adventure Part 2
(San Antonio to Yellowstone) Welcome to Part 1. This post will cover the journey up until the last day at Yellowstone. Yukon and cycle trailer as seen from Daniel's Civic, driven by Luke. Luke drove Daniel's civic to Taos the first day of the trip so that he and Daniel could return to San … Read more about The Epic August 2018 Adventure Part 1
My dad grew up riding dirt bikes. I grew up riding dirt bikes. I began riding in 2008 on a Honda XR100. Since then I've mostly ridden bigger four stroke enduro bikes; a 1993 XR600R, 2004 XR650R, and a Husqvarna FE501S. It is hard to pick favorites from this lineup, however the XR650R always stands … Read more about My motorcycle history, for advrider.com
2018 was a good year for wallacecloud. We saw the transition from Wix to locally hosted WordPress as well as a fresh redesign and color scheme. wallacecloud.com still resides on the 3rd iteration of the Team Speak server box, an incredibly energy efficient Altex brand server with no fans (just giant … Read more about Hello 2019!
Hybrid Tahoe @ Land Between the Lakes I've improved on my travel time between San Antonio and Nashville nearly every time I have driven. Once I set 11 hours I decided to give the cross country racing a brake. I went camping at Pickett State Park in Tennessee with four friends last October. We … Read more about Hybrid Tahoe Rescue Mission
Trip Facts: Current record: 11hrs 9minutes Average Speed: 84.72 mph Distance: 936-998 miles (depends on route variables such as: TX-Toll 130 or Austin I-35, and destination Oaklands [My house]/Spring Branch [John's house]) Standard route: San Antonio - Austin - Temple - Waco - Dallas - Texarkana … Read more about Nashville – San Antonio Travel Data (updated each trip)
Ch.1: The dilemma. In the summer of 2017, National Nursing and Rehab (NNR), my dad's home health company, had a dilemma on its hands. The company stored most of their patient information "in the cloud" with a company know as Home-care Home-base (HCHB). In laymen's terms, HCHB was a google drive for … Read more about The time Robert and I messed with a multimillion-dollar healthcare company’s file server