Fluid Network's basic purpose is the creation and maintenance of data driven e-commerce websites. Fluid's solutions are tightly tied to and fiscally beneficial for small businesses because Fluid's owners, dreamers and software authors are small business owners themselves.
Fluid Network, LLC. was created in 2006 by Dennis Terebecki and Dennis Terebecki Jr., both of whom have been involved in the operation of small retail hobby shops with a big web presense.
Pro Custom Hobbies
Clearwater Trains POSI-Store Website
Tommy Gilbert's Hobby Shop POSI-Store Website
Mainline Hobby Supply POSI-Store Website
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Dennis retired from AT&T after 24 years in various programming and management positions. He started out as a programmer in AT&T General Departments and finished in AT&T Bell Labs as a Program Manager. During his tenure, he was directly responsible for performing internal process audits, managing teams of up to 60 software programmers, managing second tier support for three outbound call centers and one inbound call center and managing LAN and PC support for two buildings servicing over 1000 management employees.
Parallel to AT&T, Dennis owned the Hobby Shop of lore (see "POSI-Store, (The Story of the Hobby Shop and the Web Site)".) Along the way, POSI-Store was developed and deployed to excellent customer reviews. Dennis moved to Florida and in 2006 formed Fluid Network, LLC with DJ.
DJ is the resident systems administrator. His major project contributions include the creation of the original POSI-Store and all server level enhancements that followed, the authoring of several client websites, and is currently the project leader heading POSI-Store 3.0. Responsibilities include day to day maintenance of the current server cluster and testing of new technologies prior to deployment.
DJ gave up on New Jersey snow and now resides in sunny Florida.