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Qui docet, discit.
Who teaches, learns.
Me (short version):
I=Introversion, S=Sensing, T=Thinking, J=Judging.
ISTJ's tend to be serious, quiet, thorough and dependable. They see to it that everything is well organized and accurate. They are practical, orderly, matter-of-fact, logical, realistic and take responsibility. They notice what needs to be done and follow through steadily.
Meaning I'm the Observer type that:
Antarctica, Argentina, Austria, Canada, Cuba, Egypt, France, Germany, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Portugal, Senegal, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, USA.
Skills & Other
Quality oriented, Eye for detail, Service minded, Multicultural, Teamplayer.
Deep technical expert in both classic TDM & VoIP telecommunication + Unified Communications and with the rare talent to make it understandable for others.
Technical writer => creating student & service documentation/manuals.
Training skills acquired not only by doing but also after following several seminars
E-Learning (Web Based & E-Class).
Telecommunication (Both Enterprise and Public).
Enterprise Communication Systems (Classic TDM and Voice Over IP).
The following is acquired by self training, on-the-job-training and by doing.
Windows (till Windows-10 & Windows Server 2008).
MS-Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel & Outlook).
Network Configurations (TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, AD, VLAN, QoS).
Huawei Switches & Routers.
Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop.
Past Seminars and Courses:
Work efficient and lean with ERP Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, 29/05/2017->29/06/2017.
Introduction to Electrical Cars, 12/2016 (out of interest).
Advanced Digital Techniques.
Assembler Programing Language.
Being a Technical Trainer
CHiLL Programming Language.
C Programming Language.
Introduction to Customer Relationship Management Applications.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
Software Design Methodology.
Inventivity - Creativity
I prefer practical outlasts design
Below is just a small example of the result. Of course, there is no accounting for tastes and colors, so ...........
Another place to visit in that perspective is the photographic challenge/competition I join every month since 2007. Every month the Challenge Webmaster selects a topic and we have to fill it out as we see fit. It is just for the fun of it, no price is distributed at the end. I prefer, but not always, to go for a somewhat different result than most of what the others produce. Curious? Visit: BD-Challenge
Click on a picture below to see a larger version.
I designed and constructed my garden to become as you see below:
I needed a stair to the attic but the stairmakers were reluctant to do it because of the complexity.
I did it myself and it is still holding after 15 years.
A new side table that could display my chess piece.
As we do have from time to time small children in the house I had to make sure they couldn’t hurt themselves, hence the somewhat curved corners.