About Paul Peloquin
Paul Peloquin of Wichita, Kansas, is a results-driven programmer with over 20 years of experience in software development. Throughout his diverse career, Mr. Peloquin has built a reputation as both an innovator and tactical developer, helping entrepreneurs and fortune 500 companies alike accelerate their businesses and workflows into the 21st century.
Before settling down in Wichita, Paul Peloquin attended Fort Hays State University for his undergraduate studies, where he served as the Logic teaching assistant from 1995 to 1997. Afterward, he obtained his Doctorate from Oklahoma City University and transitioned to professional software development in the legal industry. Since then, Mr. Peloquin has allocated his unique technical skillset as a consultant for best data practices, network security, and technology intellectual property and developed innovated software for Fortune 50 companies, including General Motors.
Paul Peloquin continues to evolve his technical know-how, most notably in machine learning software development and patenting as well as the development of applications for non-standard smart devices such as Smart TVs, Apple Watch, and Samsung wearables for which he has been highly reviewed in multiple national blogs.
Outside of the office, Mr. Peloquin enjoys nurturing the tech industry within Wichita, Kansas, as both a mentor and instructor for Swift iOS programming language and spending time with his family.
Paul Peloquin has 20 years of experience in software development including multi-office legal documentation and scheduling, management software for multi-state construction firm, and business valuation for business acquisitions or in buy-sell agreements between business partners
Paul Peloquin is a passionate advocate for education and enjoys teaching the Swift iOS programming language, MongoDB database software, and Samsung development strategies.
Mr. Peloquin enjoys the challenges wearable technology poses and is one of the primary developers behind the innovative texting application "Modallity" for smartwatches