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Finding One: Finding one's self amidst societal norms, digital life, and pursuing goals Paperback – December 4, 2016
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Vaughn Dabney was born in Westminster, CA in 1984 then moved to (and ultimately grew up in) Silver Spring, MD when he was 11 years old. He attended college at DeVry University earning a Bachelor's in Electronics Engineering Technology summa cum laude. In his last year of college, he taught himself how to code moving from web to mobile over the course of 10 years ultimately creating his current company, Empty Box Media, in 2009. To-date, Vaughn has personally developed over 30 mobile apps for clients as well as personal apps for both iOS and Android platforms. He is a self-proclaimed renaissance man, delving into: photography, film, art, and music.
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