Jason's early life is a complicated story, his dad wasn't there, that wasn't his dad's fault or his moms, but that didn't take away that at the age of 4 his dad died without him ever knowing his dad, or even knowing he died.
His childhood wasn't easy either, he always felt ahead of the class and always felt more intrigued to talk to grown-ups than children his age, he was interested in the more complicated speaking subjects. Topics surrounding more than the playground. This led to him becoming an outcast from an early age, with the necessary consequences.
This not only led to Jason having a burnout at a young age it also made him fail to memorize things, some people never stopped seeing that Jason had an incredible memory in which he stored the most random facts and information, but when it came to school, nada, he spaced out.
If he didn't teach himself something he would never be able to do it.
7 years of self-neglect passed before he finally started seeing the light of an incredibly long tunnel, but he would never come out the same, the cheery kid he was at younger ages was gone, marked forever by the extreme cruelty of other children. But he finally regained some self-respect. However that didn't change the fact he had found an escape a few years earlier into computers, he understood how they ticked, why they ticked. Every day he would come home and a computer was the first thing he'd touch. Some said it was an addiction but Jason knew that he could stop at any time, he didn't crave it when it wasn't there but... if it was he wouldn't just leave it alone.
Over the years, however, there was a form of disconnect that had happened inside of him, empathy was more or less gone, the idea of emotions as well, the extreme ones were all that remained in only extreme circumstances.
One day in high school however he met a girl, at first he didn't notice her but it became more apparent that there was a connection there, one he didn't understand, something made him feel... it was refreshing, and while he was young it didn't change the fact that he felt something, he became obsessed with the fact that she made him feel something, she never knew or understood that and she definitely had her problems, she was rich he was "poor" by their standards, so her family broke them up. Jason never really recovered from this, it drove him down a line he didn't truly understand.
He started experimenting with hacking, but not for fun... but for self-gain.