This is my primary job. As a mechanical engineer, I worked several jobs, mainly maintaining high-performance surface mining machines:
"Before you start to repair something, you must first find the cause of the malfunction."
Part of an project
next to the lignite transport wagon - which fell off the track
Finally, I moved to a workplace for preventative maintenance of crushing plants, where I reached I could say the maximum in the field of improvisation and in careers in general. I would single out a couple of projects.
And so throughout my life and work, I have been working various jobs in a mechanical engineering position. Through it all, I have perfected myself as much as I could. My passion for programming has followed me through my career. Some people change jobs and so move forward in their careers; I've changed programming languages and so progressed. in my passion, which was not my profession but a hobby and a daily mental exercise (brain-billing). At the beginning of my career, I worked in Java, then Delphi (Pascal). And then I switched to Career, I worked in Java, then Delphi (Pascal). And then I switched to C/C++ (Borland Builder), where I was most comfortable and where my fondest memories come from (ah, that nostalgia). During this period, a lot of applications were created; I shall mention some:
Hydraulic callculator simple pipe calc..