I first studied Greek in 1991 at Columbia Bible College (Clearbrook, BC, Canada).
M.C.S. in Biblical Languages (Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic, Latin; focus on Greek verbal aspect), 1998.
M.A. in Early Judaism (Qumran Hebrew poetry), 2000.
Ph.D. in Early Judaism (Verb Form Semantics in Qumran Hebrew), 2006.
I've been a member of B-Greek since about 1995.
Currently, I teach at St. Francis Xavier University, and I am working on a commentary on Isaiah in Codex Sinaiticus for Brill's Septuagint Commentary Series.
As a director of the Online Critical Pseudepigrapha project (http://ocp.tyndale.ca), we produced the Greek OT Pseudepigrapha texts used by Logos and Bibleworks, and I morph-tagged those texts for Logos. Also for Logos, I morph-tagged a large part of the Greek text of Josephus, produced the Isaiah 1-39 portion of the Lexham Greek-English Interlinear Septuagint.
I programmed the vocabulary memorization software Flash! Pro XP (http://purl.org/net/kmpenner/flash).