Meet our team
Before you invite someone into your home or business, it’s important to know a bit about them. Meet the Computer Cures teams below, so that you have a better idea of the sorts of people you’ll be dealing with.
For over 10 years, I have been helping people and small business owners manage their technology.
I am a true geek – obsessed with technology – maybe a little too obsessed? I love it.
When I am not busy working, I can be found riding my mountain bike at Lysterfield Park or along St Kilda Beach. I also like to keep fit by swimming once a week at Albert Park.
As you can probably tell from my surname, my heritage is Polish. Most of my family live in Poland, and I enjoy taking time out and visiting them when I can. On my last trip a few years ago, I visited 12 European countries in 8 weeks, and spent some fantastic time with my family.
Other interests and hobbies: Reading biographies, dirt bike riding, Formula 1, go-Carting, nutrition, European movies, 90’s Arnold Schwarzenegger movies, YouTube, travel, Polish cooking, the beach
Luke has been in the sea scouts since he was five, learning survivalist and maritime skills. Today, he can build fires and shelters from scratch. His interest in computers repairs began when he started fixing them out of necessity – Luke’s siblings were hellbent on destroying the family PC and taking away his game time.
At 18, Luke moved into onsite technical work and studied a Bachelor of Computer Systems Networking at university. Over his 15-year IT career, he’s worked across fields including security, fabrication, logistics, administration, building and construction, hospitality, and customer service.
Luke’s first big IT job was for the Department of Education. He then moved onto Fix-IT, where he was quickly promoted from sales to servicing, becoming the service manager. He was also the warranty manager for his store, giving him outstanding conflict resolution and de-escalation skills.
Outside the IT world, Luke ran a small cat rescue called ‘No Kittys Left Behind,’ where he was called to capture rogue and stray cats, rehabilitate them, and adopt them out to loving families. He still owns three cats and one dog.
Luke loves a good challenge and is a PC/hardware expert specialising in hard-to-fix issues. He’s also a freak at all games. As he says, “Don’t verse me unless you want to lose.”
Other hobbies and interests: Luke was the state and national Guitar Hero Champion, loves Warhammer 40k (tabletop miniatures), and is a serious traditional nerd, collecting Magic the Gathering cards, vintage gaming consoles, and nerf guns. He’s also obsessed with space, science, physics, and dinosaurs, and was a competitive and wildly successful fisherman in his younger days. Luke also enjoys making modded content for games, including Oblivion, Skyrim, and Kerbal Space Program.
Jass is an experienced problem solver passionate about going above and beyond to help customers solve IT product issues. His commitment to providing high-quality customer service and his exceptional ability to troubleshoot and fix problems with customers’ audio/video and IT products were evident throughout his seven years of experience as a sales assistant in Harvey Norman’s Audio/Visual, Information Technology, and Domestic Electrical Products Department.
Besides his work experience, Jass holds a Bachelor’s Degree in IT Business Administration and a Masters of Business, Information Technology He also completed the Professional Year program at Monash College and interned at Datacom, where he managed the company’s Asset Management Database, did inventory checks, and provided IT assets to onboarding staff.
Jass is experienced in building gaming and business PCs, upgrading laptops and PCs, and recommending and installing suitable A/V products such as Smart TVs and Sonos. His natural ability to visualise a house map enables him to recommend the best-suited network products to meet customers’ needs.
Other hobbies and interests: Outside of work, Jass is an optimistic, easy-going, and amicable person who enjoys watching movies and keeping up with IT, politics, the economy, and world news. He likes playing first-person shooters, simulators, GTA, and FIFA games. He is a foodie and a motorbike enthusiast, and loves sampling international cuisines.
Madu’s fascination with electronics and computer hardware devices started when he was 15. He would make small electronic circuits and refer to books and magazines to learn more about technology. So it was no surprise that it didn’t take long for him to start repairing and troubleshooting computers and electronic devices after getting his first desktop computer at 18.
Madu’s educational and professional background showcases his passion for computer science and IT. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and has completed various IT programs, including LINUX Administration, PHP Programming, Windows Server Administration, CCTV, and Network Cabling. He also earned a Certified Secure Computer User certification from EC-Council, showcasing his commitment to staying up-to-date with the latest industry standards.
And in 2017, he moved to Melbourne to pursue his Master’s degree at Charles Sturt University, earning his Master of Computer Networking degree in 2019.
Before joining Computer cures, he worked as an IT Support Technician contractor at Geeks2U. He is proficient in PC Hardware, Networking, and Security Systems (CCTV) and passionate about learning new technologies and practising IT-related tools and applications.
Other hobbies and interests: Madu is an avid cricket player and enthusiast, enjoying both playing and watching the game, along with other sports such as tennis and AFL. In his leisure time he enjoys watching movies, browsing tech YouTube channels, and listening to music.