Quote of the Day
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.
- Dalai Lama
My company is changing its approach to hardware development, and after much soul-searching, I have decided to volunteer for layoff. I do not have any immediate plans – it is just time for a change. I will continue to write on technical topics because math, electronics, and software are in my blood. After my time at this job I, of course, have gained a lot of different skills that can be applied in this sector as well as others and I want to get that across to potential employers, so as I start on the next phase of my journey I'll have to check out websites like https://www.arcresumes.com/local/minnesota/ to see how they can help me get my resume together and looking positive.
I fell in love with electronics when I was five-years-old after my neighbor showed me a schematic. I thought it was some weird language that I needed to figure out. My first projects involved building kits from Radio Shack, Heathkit, and Lafayette Radio that I paid for using my income as a paperboy. I also started doing circuit-based science fair projects. It all culminated with me studying electrical engineering and working in this field for my entire career. Even after these many years, my passion for technology of all sorts continues unabated.
If you know of any jobs that would be appropriate for someone like me, please leave me a note here or on my linkedin page. My wife's job is covering my benefits, so either a contract or employee position would work.