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    Spinoff - Occupation

    What does everyone do?

    I am a wireless network engineer.

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    Teacher and almost retired MSgt in AF

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    Biomedical Engineer by education but I develop drug delivery systems for pharmaceuticals, mostly generic.
    For the left the cause is always more important than the people who suffer for it.

    The bigger fool than the fellow who knows it all is the one who'll argue with him.

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    Software Consultant (Oracle / JD Edwards), and manage a few private investments.

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    Evil Director of Human Resources


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    Boat Captain, primarily sailing yachts.

    Formerly a software and business process management consultant.

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    Lawyer - mostly property Subrogation and coverage work - starting to branch into environmental CERCLA recovery work. If something has burned, exploded or collapsed in Texas or Louisiana you will likely find me there the next day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KitingHigh
    Boat Captain, primarily sailing yachts.

    Formerly a software and business process management consultant.
    Cool! I plan on living on a boat after my son finishes college, or maybe sooner. I haven't decided between power and sail. I'm looking at marina space around Pensacola .

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    Quote Originally Posted by finance85
    Software Consultant (Oracle / JD Edwards), and manage a few private investments.
    Wow. I have used JDE in the past and now use Oracle. Between Oracle and Agile I feel like these guys...

    For the left the cause is always more important than the people who suffer for it.

    The bigger fool than the fellow who knows it all is the one who'll argue with him.

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    Lending executive for SBA lending provider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LauderdaleNole
    Quote Originally Posted by finance85
    Software Consultant (Oracle / JD Edwards), and manage a few private investments.
    Wow. I have used JDE in the past and now use Oracle. Between Oracle and Agile I feel like these guys...

    I get that. I worked for JDE for 9 years. I got out just before the sale to Peoplesoft. I had lots of stock options and stock, so it turned out well for me.

    I only work on JDE software, though the Oracle database is in play quite a bit these days.

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    generically: mechanical engineer

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    Quote Originally Posted by LBoogie28
    generically: mechanical engineer
    That is what they told me I would be trained on when I went into the navy, it translated to painting the bilge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSU_Jeep
    Quote Originally Posted by LBoogie28
    generically: mechanical engineer
    That is what they told me I would be trained on when I went into the navy, it translated to painting the bilge.


    "generically" is a radical understatement when concerning the wide spread job demographic of an ME (which could include painting for some).

    when did you transition? while still in the navy?

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    Re: Spinoff - Occupation

    Quote Originally Posted by LBoogie28
    Quote Originally Posted by FSU_Jeep
    Quote Originally Posted by LBoogie28
    generically: mechanical engineer
    That is what they told me I would be trained on when I went into the navy, it translated to painting the bilge.


    "generically" is a radical understatement when concerning the wide spread job demographic of an ME (which could include painting for some).

    when did you transition? while still in the navy?
    I spent last 2 years at NAS Pensacola in the MIS Dept before I got out in 2000, it was the best thing that ever happened to me.

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    [quote=FSU_Jeep]
    Quote Originally Posted by LBoogie28
    Quote Originally Posted by "FSU_Jeep":1iutb09h
    Quote Originally Posted by LBoogie28
    generically: mechanical engineer
    That is what they told me I would be trained on when I went into the navy, it translated to painting the bilge.


    "generically" is a radical understatement when concerning the wide spread job demographic of an ME (which could include painting for some).

    when did you transition? while still in the navy?
    I spent last 2 years at NAS Pensacola in the MIS Dept before I got out in 2000, it was the best thing that ever happened to me.[/quote:1iutb09h]

    You would be what the Pensacola natives affectionately call a 'squid'.

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    [quote=finance85]
    Quote Originally Posted by FSU_Jeep
    Quote Originally Posted by LBoogie28
    Quote Originally Posted by "FSU_Jeep":2gb0dbsd
    Quote Originally Posted by LBoogie28
    generically: mechanical engineer
    That is what they told me I would be trained on when I went into the navy, it translated to painting the bilge.


    "generically" is a radical understatement when concerning the wide spread job demographic of an ME (which could include painting for some).

    when did you transition? while still in the navy?
    I spent last 2 years at NAS Pensacola in the MIS Dept before I got out in 2000, it was the best thing that ever happened to me.
    You would be what the Pensacola natives affectionately call a 'squid'.[/quote:2gb0dbsd]


    There is little to no affection when they say it... :)

    But I did make some really good friends in the area and still visit as often as possible.

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    Academic and clinical psychologist

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    CPA, working on the ABV
    You shut your mouth when you're talking to me!

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    Builder

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