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Engineering is a career based on logical, systematic problem solving, generally in high-tech, industrial, or scientific fields. Because there are an infinite variety of problems to be solved in each of those fields, engineers have developed a number of specialties. They may specialize in electrical networks, machines or mechanical systems, chemical compounds, airplanes or spacecraft, or software or computer systems. The rapid expansion of computer and networking technologies has created vast new opportunities for engineers in computer-related fields, who include software engineers (also known as programmers), Web developers, and specialists in information networks.
- Good attitude
- Autocad 2005
- Rhinoceros 3d
- Adobe Photoshop CS3
- Microsoft Office 2003
- Computer Maintenance
Education Bachelor of Electronics Engineering.
Dr. Rafael Belloso Chacín University.
Maracaibo, Zulia state, Venezuela.
Publicado por Angel'Q! en 17:59
March 10, 2008
Mr. Robin Boyd, Human Resources
211-215 East 49th Street
New York, NY10017
Dear Mrs. Boyd:
I was very interested to see your advertisement for the sales manager in the Philadelphia Inquirer last week. I have been seeking just such an opportunity as this, and I think my background and your requirements may be a good match. My resume is enclosed for your review.
Of particular note for you and the members of your team as you consider this management placement are my strong accomplishments in reducing outstandings and reorganizing accounting and collections functions to achieve improved operating efficiency internally and improved cashflow for the institution as a whole.
If you are seeking a personal who stays abreast of her field, who understands technology, who earns 100% staff support, and who is as career-committed as it takes to achieve total success, then please consider what I have to offer. I would be happy to have a preliminary discussion with you or members of your committee to see if we can establish a mutual interest. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an interview, I can be reached at (0414)-6180389
Thank you for your attention to these materials. I certainly look forward to exploring this further.
Publicado por Angel'Q! en 17:15
I thought of applying for this intership in this company because it is a really big company and this will look good on my resume after I finish it. At Intel, it's not just what you make, it's what you make possible. Here, you'll be part of developing the better, faster computing platforms the world is waiting for. From innovative processor architectures to state-of-the-art wireless technology, you can have a hand in breakthroughs that have a global impact. The engineering career possibilities here can take you from product development to component design and process and yield engineering. There are opportunities in networking, wireless communications, flash memory, chipsets, motherboards, and more.
I found this intership at: http://www.monster.com/
Publicado por Angel'Q! en 16:57
domingo, 10 de febrero de 2008
I just read a post by somebody that was about televisions going missing and it made me wonder what people would do if we woke up one morning and all our electronics stopped working. Computers, cell phones, televisions. Anything that connects us to other people in a world that relies on communicating to people who are not actually within talking distance. I think the world as a whole would be facing serious problems, like stock market crashes and what not. But I am wondering what you would do and what you think would happen?
Publicado por Angel'Q! en 19:46
Microcontrollers are hidden inside a surprising number of products these days. If your microwave oven has an LED or LCD screen and a keypad, it contains a microcontroller. All modern automobiles contain at least one microcontroller, and can have as many as six or seven: The engine is controlled by a microcontroller, as are the anti-lock brakes, the cruise control and so on. Any device that has a remote control almost certainly contains a microcontroller: TVs, VCRs and high-end stereo systems all fall into this category. Nice SLR and digital cameras, cell phones, camcorders, answering machines, laser printers, telephones (the ones with caller ID, 20-number memory, etc.), pagers, and feature-laden refrigerators, dishwashers, washers and dryers (the ones with displays and keypads)... You get the idea. Basically, any product or device that interacts with its user has a microcontroller buried inside.
In this article, we will look at microcontrollers so that you can understand what they are and how they work. Then we will go one step further and discuss how you can start working with microcontrollers yourself -- we will create a digital clock with a microcontroller! We will also build a digital thermometer. In the process, you will learn an awful lot about how microcontrollers are used in commercial products.
Want to know more? then check this out..! http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/microcontroller.htm
Publicado por Angel'Q! en 19:32
lunes, 28 de enero de 2008
1. Could you please define Engineering in your own words?
2. What influenced you to pursue Electronics engineering, industrial ingeneering, computer science engineering or informatics engineering?
3. Could you please describe the educational process required to become an Engineer?
4. What are the skills you need to be a good engineer?
5. What job considerations were you looking for after you completed your education?
6. What's something of your school life that you enjoy the most?
7. from your perspective, what is the most difficult part of being an engineering student?
8. What are your plans for the future?
9. Point out your most personally gratifying moment in Engineering school.
10. Why would you recommend Engineering as a career?
Publicado por Angel'Q! en 7:20