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This is not a classic CV. This is my reminder of life. Where I was and what I have been doing all this time. Primary heavy questions is: What is life ?
So to borrow the idea from Schopenhauer and paraphrase: A dynamic aggregate driven by necessity in an unknown direction. The following, is my attempt to figure out myself in my work so far:

Mechanical engineer

This is my primary job. As a mechanical engineer, I worked several jobs, mainly maintaining high-performance surface mining machines:

  • excavators 2001-2002
  • Welding 2002-2003
  • Hydraulics 2003 - 2008
  • Crushing plant 2008-
I value my work through the innovations I bring to certain jobs because I consider myself an engineer and an artist. and on engineer-cops (One of my colleagues divides engineers so). The job of machine maintenance in the mine is based on the "art of improvisation." I started in that art from the beginning, though. I was not aware of it to reach an enviable level - this was a bit unassuming but…. My first step was a project of installing replacement filters on Russian draglines escavators. Then there were countless similar situations, and in the end I found myself enjoying all that. The second segment is the work on repairing the excavator buckets, where I have experimented a lot in the field of technology. welding.During the years of maintenance of machine plants, I found an important rule that can be applied in any situation when a malfunction occurs:

"Before you start to repair something, you must first find the cause of the malfunction."

my expiriance

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Part of an project

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next to the lignite transport wagon - which fell off the track

Finally, I moved to a workplace for preventative maintenance of crushing plants, where I reached I could say the maximum in the field of improvisation and in careers in general. I would single out a couple of projects.

  • 1.) Universal Drum Side
  • 2.) RSE35M landfill bucket modification
  • 3.) The rubber belt changer (in progress)
  • 4.) .. and a bunch of tools and auxilaries
Improvaisation in mechanical maintaince is a kind of art.

Programer

And so throughout my life and work, I have been working various jobs in a mechanical engineering position. Through it all, I have perfected myself as much as I could. My passion for programming has followed me through my career. Some people change jobs and so move forward in their careers; I've changed programming languages and so progressed. in my passion, which was not my profession but a hobby and a daily mental exercise (brain-billing). At the beginning of my career, I worked in Java, then Delphi (Pascal). And then I switched to Career, I worked in Java, then Delphi (Pascal). And then I switched to C/C++ (Borland Builder), where I was most comfortable and where my fondest memories come from (ah, that nostalgia). During this period, a lot of applications were created; I shall mention some:

      Hydraulic Calculator   a program that received a prize at Softpedia
      RD Explorer program is related to the database of parts and scopes used in the Tamnava East Field (part of EPS) corporation.

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Hydraulic callculator valve calc.

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Hydraulic callculator simple pipe calc..

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Last windowz application - "drobilana"

php

Then a short break of 10 years came. I was impressed by the intensive CAD work. Then I realized it wasn't brain-healthy, so I went back to programming. This time my final choice is php (+ mysql). In this programming language, I rounded up my work from the previous period. Some of my works written in PHP and JavaScript are listed on various web sites. PHP is one of the simplest to implement and most inhospitable of all the programming languages I've ever worked on. Although he annoys me a lot,but I shall stay on  (so far (so much about my php faith)). I use Linux as basic OS on all my computers. For editing and programming, I use Bluefish . That's all my arsenal. I would like to emphasize a couple of IT projects that I worked on for the machine maintenance information system in the company where I work.

  • 1.) Coal crushers - a comprehensive crushing machine maintenance project based on work orders. It was preceded by a windows application the last one I did in C ++ (and for Windows OS in all - generaly). This application is abandend and ported on WEB
    Coal Crushers WEB applicaion
  • 2.) RD - a project related to spare parts and assemblies, is a continuation of the information system now uploaded to the WEB, which was originally implemented in the late 90's by Mr. Vladimir Lavros who used Cliper and dBase3 + (in that time very popular tools).
  • 3.) mr - a current project that I am working on now, which is an extension of the principles of the machine maintenance project to other groups in the machine maintenance system (maintenance groups for gear units, pumps, conveyor belts).
  • 4.) And the most important thing that I am most proud of is the Solar Panel Angle Calculator , a program for calculating the optimal angles of setting solar panels and calculating the expected energy from them.

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