Tyler O’Neal, 30, will graduate in May with a bachelor of science in information technology from the University of Kansas Edwards Campus, which will allow him to apply for a position as software engineer at Garmin. He’s worked at the company for nearly seven years. He started as a product support specialist in the call center then advanced to his current position as software engineer tool support developer.
Tyler O’Neal, 30, will graduate in May with a bachelor of science in information technology from the University of Kansas Edwards Campus, which will allow him to apply for a position as software engineer at Garmin. He’s worked at the company for nearly seven years. He started as a product support specialist in the call center then advanced to his current position as software engineer tool support developer. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
Tyler O’Neal, 30, will graduate in May with a bachelor of science in information technology from the University of Kansas Edwards Campus, which will allow him to apply for a position as software engineer at Garmin. He’s worked at the company for nearly seven years. He started as a product support specialist in the call center then advanced to his current position as software engineer tool support developer. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star

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