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What do you do for a living?
#31
just let´s hope, no one decides to hook skynet onto his/her powerwall, it would be sort of invincible^^
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#32
Freelance software developer.

Do a lot of my own projects too, but they're generally economic disasters compared to working for the man. Big Grin

Open source, open data. Machine learning and information retrieval. Geography. I suppose you could put me in the "big data" box, if that helps, although not quite correct.
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#33
Pharmacist here.
A DIY Enthusiast who will make an off grid solar powered power wall from scratch based on your previous experiences.
I'm from Kenya
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#34
Machinist
Last 4 years ive been making plastic injection molds.
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#35
I'm doing everything that has to be done, being a kindof universal dilletant (already thought about putting that as a title on my business card) Big Grin . Moreover, I'm a software developer, software/infrastructur architect, teacher, doing 1st and 2nd level support and so on... For most other people, I'm a technical magician, but I think, I'm just curious and a little disrespectful Tongue .

btw, very nice to see what you're all doing, seems there're a lot of similar minds hanging around here Smile 

Have sun!
Oliver

Cells tested: 4238 (overall: 8077 Ah, average: 1906 mAh)
Cells in production: 2240 (overall: 4704 Ah, average: 2100 mAh)
Powerwall config: 7s320p, 672 Ah, 16 kWh
What's left: my current grid consumption

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#36
Project engineer in design with 29 years experience in mobile off-road equipment electrical system and operator station design.

Sheet metal, structures, plastics, 24volt/ 12volt electrical systems, HVAC systems, glass, etc.
extensive 3D design as well as electrical schematic design.

No programming other than college and high school 30 plus years ago.

Outside of work, I've built two houses, remodeled a kitchen, bathrooms and a lot of landscaping including building decks.
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#37
(02-18-2017, 07:07 PM)Korishan Wrote: Lol, daromer, That's a nice list  Smile

I'm in delivery. Don't ask, I won't tell.  :p

Nah, I do delivery of Mission Tortilla shells and chips. Semi-set my own hours; so can't really complain about it. Some days are long, though.

You are without a doubt over qualified for that job. You have provided many with valuable information.

-Bob

(02-18-2017, 07:03 PM)daromer Wrote: It Tech kind of.. But more closely i have been doing this last 3 years:  
* Monitoring specialist, both maintaining, running and training bunch of people for 24/7 monitoring
* Tech support 24/7
* Tech training
* Tech team manage
* Knowledge transfer guide in tech
* head of development including developing
* much much more since i have been freelancing.

My main areas are monitoring of production systems and data centers around the world. Linux systems among with all what is on them. Virtual systems like Vmware or just simple amazon stuff. Programming in all from PHP to C.

I have been the go-to-guy when there is issues and they need help kind of so hard to write down what i do Big Grin

Hi Dan,

And you kick out many instructional youtube videos. I subscribe to your channel and always find myself waiting for your next video. Keep ups the great work.

=Bob

I am a Cyber Security Engineer and I have to leave it at that, all my company will allow me to say. Just had my yearly Cyber Awareness training and as always, you would not believe all the ways bad guys can dat mine your posted info.

-Bob
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#38
Smile Thanks! I try my best and i wish i had 30+ hours a day most days of the week.
Follow me! >> YouTube / Forum system setup / My webpage  Diy Tech & Repairs

Current: 10kW Mpp Hybrid | 4kW PIP4048 | 2x PCM60x | 83kWh LiFePo4 | 10kWh 14s 18650 |  66*260W Poly
Upcomming: 14S 18650~30kWh | Automatic trip breakers, and alot more
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#39
i start as an apprentice electrician with a specialization of data and communication next month. after i finish gym t (danish highschool or collage, like thing) this month Smile
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#40
Any one know that movie with "Jim Carey" the cable guy?
That's me ( not Jim Carey ) but the Cable Guy.
Sat Tv / home theatre surround sound. Comms and data.
Now working on the Fixed wireless, satellite internet (NBN) one part of Australia's broadband network.
Super flexible and working my own hours.
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