Seeking Computer Technicians To Interview

I am going to be interviewing fellow computer technicians via email so people can hear their stories, be inspired by them and learn something new.

What questions would you like me to ask them beyond the typical “Who you are and how did you start”? You can leave a comment below. (Or hit reply if you are reading this via Email)

If you consider yourself successful, whether a single guy in his bedroom always keeping busy, or someone with a shop and multiple employees, I would love to interview you via email. Shoot an email to, tell me a little bit about yourself, what about yourself you believe would be interesting to your fellow techies and I’ll get in touch with you.

Last but not least, if you know someone you would really love to have interviewed, send me their details to and I’ll do what I can.


Bryce Whitty

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Bryce Whitty
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Bryce is an Australian computer technician and the founder of Technibble. He started his computer repair business when he was 17 years old and is still running it 9 years later. He is an avid traveller and spends at least a month of the year in another country.

Comments (7)

  • Degresh says:

    I would like to know how these people got through the tough times. I would also like to know what their “one piece of advice” would be for someone who is just starting out. Thanks Bryce.

  • Burg says:

    Ive Had my Computer Store for 17 years. Been thru good times and bad. I would love to answer questions. Very successful.

  • Jeremy Lewis says:

    I work at as a Help Desk Technician and would love to be interviewed. Contact me at my email address. Also you could ask people “Knowing what you know now, what would you tell your self if you were just starting out now.” I know 5 other Tech’s who would probably be happy to be interviewed also.

    Just let me know.

    Thank you.

  • JT says:

    Bryce can you ask a question to that person you gonna interview to say how they get along with the two types of technicians.
    I mean firstly, those in the field and secondly, those starting in the field.
    Mainly relationships and/or business competition (?)

  • Beni says:

    1. How can you work on so many computers paying license for windows, antivirus or other programs on each client computer?

    2. When you should repair an Windows error and when you should reinstall all the operating system?

  • LAVAinICE says:

    If i was interviewing anyone that would be going to my clients house or business location, i would ask them if they have ever been convicted of a felony, and if they have ever been arrested, and if so for what? It is something i don’t see on a lot of applications.

  • Skywalk says:

    I work at an apple repair center, im an apple certified tech, im also network admin here at the local university, been doing this for 1 year now, before that i worked for many place where i was a regular tech. Im currently trying to get inside Ubisoft, SquareEnix or Eidos in montreal. Hopefully ill be succesful too.