I always loved electricity and IT, when I was about 9 years old my 2 passions were reformating and installing the 14 disk of MSDOS and WINDOWS 3.11 and installing all kind of christmas lights in my parent basement. Than I decided to go to college and choose Computed Systems Technology. What an obvious choice, when you are afraid of Databases and love technology. I really like electronic and IT and I was scared of DB at that time. In class we built 8088 based computer and learned to program it in C, Assembly and we used it to control all kind of peripheral. This program was awesome cause we were learning on everything. Automation, Networking, Electronic, etc.
Once out of College, I have worked for Solectron. We were assembling all kind of PCB. I have worked as a process technician on the surface mount line and ball grid array repair tool. When they decided to sell our facility I have found a job at Technologies Innovasys, consultant at BRP. I have work on Sea-Doo and ATV programming and maintaining electrical benchtest.
After the 2008 crash, I have found a job at Cascades. I am mostly programming in SQL, since our system is based on it. I have programmed all kind of ETL in Powershell, VB Script, SSIS and a bit of Java via Talend.
Finally and as you can see, I am also a voluntary firefighter. This add a little thrill to my office work. I am always looking for opportunities to help, so I think I am at the right place.
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