Hunter Bonner is an Information Technologist with nearly 20 years of experience in the field of IT.  Hunter began his career in technology very early in life when taking a class for his computer programming merit badge in the Scouts.  It was there that Hunter would have a lifelong affinity for technology.

In the 1990s Hunter became more involved in technology as an electro-optical missile technician in the military, and began delving more into the world of computers.  Upon leaving the military, he attended and graduated from Tarrant County Junior College, and then graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems.  What made his education experience unique, is that he was working as a help desk technician while working on his degree, and thus, able to get real world application of classroom learning.

Hunter Bonner has worked for Fortune 500 companies as well as small to mid-size companies in areas of Financial Services and Managed Technical Services.  Currently Hunter is a System Administrator, and has been a featured columnist in several newspapers.  He is married to his wife Lynnette and has two children..


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  1. Hello Mr. Hunter Bonner,

    My name is Cao and I work with the Marketing department at iXsystems.
    We thank you for mentioning FreeNAS in your article (http://www.dentonrc.com/local-news/local-news-headlines/20140725-technology-today-old-pcs-still-have-a-purpose.ece).

    Would you be able to link to http://freenas.org, and/or http://ixsystems.com? If so, we’ll share your article in our Newsletter (55k people), Facebook (20k), as well as Twitter.

    Please email me back if you are interested.

    Best regards,


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