An electrical engineer by trade . . . until I decided to become the floor mopper at POWERHOUSE . . .
Not the type of pilot that wants to get his knee down for sure...I am a precision button pusher. Well, I push a sequence of buttons in an Airbus, and it ends up in the right city! Well, in all honesty I make the first officer do all the work!
Been at current airline for 18 years. Worked at a few others before this too, flying Boeing 737s. Due to 911, I was furloughed and flew a BBJ (private 737) for an individual all around the world for 9 months...livin like a rock star for sure!
Good days are fantastic. Bad days are some of the worst you can imagine! As they say, "Flying is 99% pure boredom followed by 1% pure terror! Lol
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Haha yea I was angry that day, we used to have blue fifth wheel grease and somehow we wound up with red that week so I took the pic to yell at someone. Blue fifth wheel grease is my signature.The grease on the fifth wheel made me laugh. I used to love replacing the grease on them. Something strangely satisfying about scraping grease off with a scraper..
That is literally like the age old scenario where you take over an older IT firms network and need server access and have to hound everyone and their mother for the passwords lol.
The public folders is almost always a permissions issue and when its a third party handling it I guess it could actually be more of a pain. Microsoft is the worst when it comes to support...They always have been that way.
Your right though uptime is def increased in the hybrid and hosted networks because of the multiple forms of redundancy. Its crazy to think that at one point "the cloud" didnt exist and all there was as you said were VPN's whether it be ipsec or SSL. If you had no internal network access, you had no shared files or folders.
I was using barracuda boxes for mail filtering back in the day and the rules for mail flow were so cryptic so I cant even imagine the file sharing. I guess it calls for patience more than anything.
Clearly you know your stuff and like what you do.
Yeah, they are cool machines.
I'm still trying to learn more about programming than just using them.
I use the Tesa daily, and have become pretty familiar with it.
The CMM I can just run a couple programs and watch it run. Just watching it calibrate itself against the ball and change tips is really interesting to me too. Amazing what technology can do.
I'm fortunate to work with Alot of people wayyy smarter than I am...I even learn something once in a while, lol.
That says all I need to know about your character. Good on you.Auto mechanic by trade as well as oil field work. Been a stay at home dad of a special needs child for the last 6 years. Most fulfilling job ever. My step son is the most amazing kid ever. Meets all his challenges head on and doesn’t let that stop him. Improvise adapt and overcome. That’s him
Oh yea there is that too lol sorry I just got so excited about the hat!Lol ! Is that all ya can say about your old mate Kiwi?
How about that Busa I'm working on . . . 36K service, easy peasy
Best job I've ever had, bikes, bikes, and more bikes!
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