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I'm a lead software engineer in the nuclear industry. My day to day development is in C#/WPF, C (and a little C++), and Fortran 77 through 2003. We're off the Honeyboxen, but still have Vaxen. This job is two parts computer archaeology and one part bleeding edge. I'm also a captain, paramedic, and rescue technician on the industrial fire brigade at work.
To round out the 168 hours in a week, I spend the rest of the time working in my community. I volunteer, serve on the board of directors, and work part-time as a paramedic and lieutenant for Leland Volunteer Fire/Rescue Department. I also work part-time as a paramedic for a local hospital-based EMS service. I teach continuing education for firefighters and EMTs, and help teach new EMS students at two local community colleges. And when I'm not sleeping, I'm an associate editor at the EMS 12-Lead Blog, where we help teach ECG interpretation to paramedics, nurses, PAs, and doctors.
I encourage you to Learn CPR, and Save a Life! Push hard fast and deep in the center of their chest and don't stop until help arrives.
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