Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Southern Maryland
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Thats the problem, there're "SUPPOSEDLY ENGINEERS" they don't have to work in any of the fields they "DESIGN" for. Someone somewhere should make it a requirement that "ALL ENGINEERS" and "DESIGN" personnel should have to put in a couple of years in the field they want to work in. Some of the best "ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL ENGINEERS" I have ever worked alongside of had worked in the field after, and some, before, they had their schooling in that particular field. Most of the ones I worked with had the attitude, "IF IT LOOKS GOOD ON PAPER, FUKIT" I don't have to assemble it or work on it and thats wrong. Anytime I "DESIGN, BUILD" anything I make sure its easy and simple to deal with all the way around. I realize most of "THE JOB" is proper planning, and if done correctly makes everyone's job easier and quicker all the way around and sometimes the "DESIGN/BUILD/QUALITY" is better for everyone, but alas money is also one of the culprits in the assembly of the whole ball of wax and "WE" the people suffer for it all, but that is just my opinion.
Last edited by Booger; 03-24-2008 at 02:22 AM.
Reason: Because I can