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Meet Tannor Franks

As an original hire in the Martin, TN Hereshore® office, Tannor Franks is an integral member of the Core10 team. He has an electrical engineering degree from the University of Tennessee at Martin and came highly recommended from Dr. Guerin in the computer science department.

Tannor is an Engineer I for Core10. On the weekends, he enjoys card games, fishing, video games, dirt biking and boating when the weather is nice. He also enjoys building computers and has an interest in robotics.


What has been your favorite project at Core10 so far?


My favorite project has been StreetShares and helping develop part of their backend systems. Not only was the client great to work with, but we were working in python which is my favorite, easy to read, language.

What does working at Core10 mean to you?

Core10 gives me the opportunity to do big city work in a small town. Living in Martin enables me to stay close to family, to commute without traffic, and to own a nice little house. I am able to work toward fulfilling personal goals and dreams in addition to professional ones, such as raising corgis and restoring my 1968 Camaro. Martin is a small community with great people and abundant opportunities to give back. Core10 has enabled me to stay in this community while working with talented peers and exciting clients to grow my skills and further my career.

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