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- Ability to read and design A/V drawings
- Knowledge of electronics and excellent programming skills
- Strong organizational, time-management, and problem-solving skills
- Valid driver’s license with clear driving record
- Certified Crestron Programmer
- Certified AMX Programmer
- Experience programming large projects
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- Associate Degree – Computer Engineering
- Associate Degree – Liberal Arts
- Willing to relocate / comfortable with travel
Some AMX and Crestron programming standards that every successful audiovisual company should follow. Whatever standard a company decides on some basic goals should be achieve.
- A standard that applies to the computer science and mainstream programming industry.
- If a programmer or employee leaves then a new employee can easily adapt to the standard.
- The standard should apply to AMX and Crestron programming so that code can be interchange between the two platforms.
- The standard should apply to the future of AMX and Crestron programming.
- The standard should take full advantage of code validation and Test Harness.
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Great discussion about Crestron new NVX Digital Media Series switcher.
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Just because you disagree with someone does not mean it is unprofessional. Their should be more open and professional discussions just like this on Linkedin. Because without those types of conversations we will not know what is real or just marketing.
The NVX Series does look like Crestron is moving Digital Media in the right direction. But I believe it is to late for DM to re-engineer all the legacy devices.
I don’t work for Crestron or AMX /Harman and I am not part of their marketing team – I am neutral – I can honestly say – SVSI is the future.
Bob, I give you credit for speaking about what you believe in. Your comments was completely professional.
Some manufacturing companies prefers punishment and restrictions over professional discussions they do not like. Hopefully, Harman recognizes the importance of individual freedom of speech.
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And, Crestron is claiming “no latency.”
I will agree with Crestron that Mercury looks like a great addition to conference systems. Crestron’s marketing team did come up with an amazing name for an audiovisual product – Mercury.
But if you like marketing biz then the following is for you:
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Read the article that could save your company thousands of dollars — Source Code Revealed.
I’ve been trying to figure out how many individuals are currently certified as an AMX Solutions Master and a Gold Crestron Certified Programmer as well.
Based on what AMX management told me regarding my AMX certifications, I currently hold more AMX certifications than anyone else.
Not even AMX direct employees have been to as many AMX training classes as I have.
I am extremely honored and humbled….Can This Be True?
So I am wondering how many individuals in the Audio/Video industry have all of their AMX certifications ( including AMX Solutions Master ) and a Crestron Gold programming certification too.
I have asked Crestron and AMX and they are not aware of any other individuals – besides myself.
I find this somewhat hard to believe so I’m asking around on social media. Any thoughts ?
All Certifications Are Up-To-Date
[Update – 3/25/16]
[Breaking News] AMX & Crestron Audio/Video history has been made!
WOW – This is amazing!
Based on my feedback so far, no one else is completely AMX certified (that has completed all of AMX courses/certification) and a Crestron Gold (or higher) Certified Programer too.
Joel MGarza Senior Regional Manager at Bormann Marketing
Congrats Michael. Difficult thing to do when the C and A guys make it so difficult these days, and costly…..
Thank you, Joel for the feedback. I am extremely grateful and it is a lot of hard work — working & training. I believe some of it is cultural – what a person got used to when they got into the A/V industry. So besides the technical / programming aspects of it, the cultural side makes it even more difficult to achieve both levels of certifications.
Micah Cade, CTS-D, DMC-E Multimedia Sales Engineer at Providea
Great job! Manufacturers need to encourage more of this not less…
Congrats!! I hold a few certifications from both companies and know the time and effort it takes to get them. That is an awesome achievement
Looking at the low number of Gold certified people this wouldn’t surprise me.
Thank you, everyone for the congratulations.
Darren, you have a good point. I was the 47th Crestron Gold certified programmer in September, 2015. The number of Crestron Gold Master Programmers are probably somewhere around 50. So I can see out of 50 people how I can be the only fully AMX certified person. This is a great honor to be the only Crestron Gold Certified Programmer and completely AMX certified as well.
I recently took and passed the Crestron Gold certified programming exam.
In 2009 there were approximately 8 Crestron Gold certified programmers which grew to 39 by the end of 2014. The exam has truly changed over the years and it has become exponentially harder. But the pride, satisfaction, self-achievement and the professional recognition weather the course of time and stay the same.
I am extremely ecstatic and honored to proclaim I have joined the ranks of those select few that have earned the title of “Crestron Gold Certified Programmer”. One manufacturer told me that no one else has more A/V certifications than I have. But I honestly consider this achievement as one of the most important, second only to my college degrees.
Silver, Gold, and Platinum Master Programmer Certification Levels
Becoming a Crestron Certified Programmer offers you more than just bragging rights around your co-workers.
I have been asked how long it took me to take the updated Gold exam and what it incurred.
I believe for the most part that any industry certification standard exam’s details, such as the Crestron Master exam, should not be revealed to everyone. I cannot speak for the other limited number of people (less than 100 Crestron Master Gold certified programers) but, I will not be disclosing any details about the exam.
However, I will say I was impressed with one particular area on the exam that was neither difficult nor easy but it made one change the way that you normally would think about programming. This particular area reminded me of my first EET electronic class in college which was Circuit 101.
We started off learning series, then parallel circuits and then combinations of series and parallel circuits together. I learned what looks like a straight line, and some would believe was a series circuit, was actually a parallel circuit. It was probably at this moment in college where I learned how to think different. So why is that important to A/V programming?
The answer is simple – you cannot teach someone every possible way to program a system. But, you can teach a different way of thinking and different approach to ‘all’ the answers.
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The Source Code Revealed article will discuss what a A/V dealers and manufactures need to know about source code, file extensions, wrapper code, and source code for modules.
I would like to thank everyone in the AV industry such as manufacturing companies, AV dealers, and independent programming companies that have provided me feedback regarding their experiences with source code. Please share this article in order to spread awareness regarding A/V source code and help others on future jobs.
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Given intense competition for AV programming talent (AMX & Crestron), can your company really afford to lock up its code behind proprietary licenses and intellectual property ? When paying for source code there are major difference between ownership, licensing, and open source. Whether you are an industry expert or not please give your opinion on what you believe is the right thing to do. If you paid for AV programming should you get the source code ?
Give your opinion and vote.
All software applications are built from source code. The source code is made up of the numerous lines of instructions that programmers write for computers to interpret. These instructions tell a computer what to do and how to do it. We can think of the source code as the blueprint for a program and it may be written in any one of the various programming languages used today. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia