Christopher Thomas Dwight Major Jones, the son of Major and Sherry Jones, graduated from Winona ISD in 2002. In addition, continued his studies at Texas State technical college receiving his associate’s degree in software engendering. A few months after he attending the Texas A&M University-Commerce, he received his Bachelors in Computer Information Systems in May 2008.
After graduating with his bachelor’ degree, he began exploring his computer science background that combined hardware and software that runs together on an everyday basis. This experience gave him the ability to start researching and developing new ideals that he combining a little piece at a time. During this time, Chris started to prototype a device that would store energy and help the environment by harvesting the energy using a microcontroller. Later Chris developed a sensor node capable of running any type of code and still has its efficiency in energy harvesting. In 2010, Chris applied for a patent on the ideal and concept of a new efficient way to store power in a rechargeable environment. Currently the patent is still pending in the United States patent office.
Chris's employment in the field of Computer science during the years following his undergraduate degree led to his enrollment into the A&M University-Commerce’s master’s program in Computer science in fall 2008. While at A&M-Commerce, he worked as an Application web developer. He received his MS in computer science in May 2010.