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This reminds me of an error I made in a system I wrote that assigns a unique 4 alphanumeric ID to a person whilst they are processed through the system. It assigned one person the "f" word as an ID, and this ID was used on letters and any future correspondences. (I think it's called sod's law)

 

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Some really interesting career choices here.  I'm a hospital pharmacist in the Mental Health sector in the NHS in the UK.

 

Paul.

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Paul Davies.

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Flight Instructor in South Africa/NIgeria

 

Where about?  I learned to fly at the former Good Hope Flying Club in Cape Town in the late 80's.

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Ground Test Engineer @ Airbus.

Testing the A380 when it rolls out of the factory before it goes airborne the first time.

Before that I was aircraft mechanic in base and line maintenance for different airlines and on all kinds of aircraft.

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Ground Test Engineer @ Airbus.
Testing the A380 when it rolls out of the factory before it goes airborne the first time.

 

Is that in Hamburg or Toulouse?

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Geotechnical Project Manager here, otherwise known as a "dirt engineer".  Who knew playing in the dirt as a child would lead to a career!  Also, was a CADD Manager, Network Administrator  and IT "helpdesk" guy back in the '90's (anybody remember Novell networks?).

 

Cheers,

 

Gerald

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Airline pilot in UK.

 

Quite a range of jobs here!


Henry Melrose

 

"When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return."

Leonardo da Vinci

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Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Army. (Infantry). Get to travel in helos and transport planes a lot.


Live today like there is no tomorrow

Ajay Balakrishnan

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Sitting in an office chair looking at clouds most days at FL320, ( boring ) then at the end of the day it's; honey! can you take out the trash, can you run to the store, the pool needs cleaning, the grass needs cutting, it's bed time for the kids.

But love every minute of my day job and wouldn't trade it for the world.

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Alan Twiggys

AOPA Member

"All Things Aviation"

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Engineer student and working on an small local shop


Cheers :)

N.-

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By trade, I'm a Pediatric Physician (specializing in Neonatology) but I grew tired of practicing medicine for the big hospitals, so now I work for a large banking conglomerate leading their commercial lending division for institutional healthcare businesses. 

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Let me guess.... you want 64bit. 

Josh Daniels-Johannson

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