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Name: april05
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Join Date: 04/09/2008
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Last Visit: 02/16/2011 7:50 PM
Last Post Date: 12/27/2010 4:23 PM
Home Page: http://www.globalspec.com
Location: Troy, NY
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Working Mechanical Engineer since 1992. Changed my avatar February 2010, day after the superbowl, from Falco / Der Kommisar. It was time to show where I got my namesake. :)

*** Disclaimer: Although I am a full-time GlobalSpec employee and part-time volunteer for ASME H-M, please note that the views expressed in my blogs and other CR4 and Internet postings do not necessarily reflect the views of the folks I work for, and are my own. ***

Member of User Group Engineering Fields
Member Since: 09/12/2008
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Mechanical Engineering (since 09/12/2008)
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BSME Clarkson University 1992

Have worked in the software and engineering worlds of New York's Capital Region since 1992. Also do volunteer work for an engineering society: Vice Chair & Webmaster positions - ASME Hudson-Mohawk, http://sections.asme.org/hudson-mohawk. Feel free to get in touch! - Larry

 
Member of User Group Engineering Fields
Member Since: 09/12/2008
Membership Type:
Software Engineering (since 09/12/2008)
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BSME Clarkson University 1992

Have worked in the software and engineering worlds in NY's Capital Region since 1992.

 
Member of User Group United States
Member Since: 10/23/2008
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Member (since 10/23/2008)
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Updating Troy, NY trivia

Local-trivia connected to the flag: Troy, New York, my birthplace, has an incredible flag day parade every year, and Uncle Sam is buried in a cemetery within the city limits - I personally visited his grave back in '83 or so with an exchange-student friend from Germany. Well worth a visit if you're ever in Upstate.

- Larry

(proud Trojan)

 
Member of User Group Fans of Old Computers
Member Since: 02/13/2009
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TRS-80 (since 04/16/2010)
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DataRock 1.0

Joining TRS-80 fan-group as a shout-out to my friend's mom, Mrs. Alston, who was one of the first women - back in 1981 or so - that I knew studying TRS-80 programming at our local Guilderland, New York Radio Shack computer store. She passed recently, and along with other good memories, my friend and I were talking 300-baud modems and TRS-80 programming at her wake. :) Good times!

- Larry

 


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