Albert alighted at the offices of Investor Economics in July 2011 with a BSc in software engineering from the University of Toronto and a certificate in database development from Seneca College. Since then, he has happily exploited his remarkable fluency in programming and web scripting languages in his role as database developer. Aside from employing his considerable troubleshooting skills in both hardware and software, Albert also liaises with IT, thereby helping to ensure that the technical aspects of the company run ever smoothly. Possessed of seemingly limitless energy, he is also developing applications that will ease the data importing process.
A great believer in merging work and play, Albert has also designed hockey scoring software capable of reassigning players as desired – thereby revealing a healthy competitive streak that belies his quiet exterior. His prowess on the baseball field is no less impressive, however. As the only Investor Economics staffer in possession of a gun – albeit of the radar variety – Albert uses it exclusively to send lasers from shortstop and third base.