Competitive Edge

Mold Employees into leaders – A three year letter & leadership training.

 

How much is an educated staff worth ?


 

According to Webster.com – training  is the act, process, or method of one that trains and the skill, knowledge, or experience acquired by one that trains But, training in its simplest form is a type of motivation and it helps to define who you are.

I remember my grandparents saying, “you can lead a horse to water but, you cannot make it drink”. Universities, community colleges, and manufacturing training programs can provide a endless amount of technical and non-technical information. But, they cannot teach the desire to learn. They can present the ‘water’ to you but you must drink.

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I  have always believed education was, extremely, important. I thought having a single degree would be a great achievement but I was not confident that it would give me a secure future. So I chose at academic path that led to multiple technical degrees. I believe this greater academic diversity would provide a successful future. After college I ‘stumbled’ into the audiovisual industry and I have continued this multi education path.

I have strive to achieve some of the highest level of programming certifications from AMX and Crestron.

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I believe the next three years audiovisual programming will move into mainstream software development. Most large (custom) audiovisual jobs will be written in Java, C#, or Python. This transition in audiovisual programming will deliver some great advantages. For example multi thread audiovisual programming, cloud base AI control and services.

Audiovisual – Moving to the cloud

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A three year goal of mine is to position myself to take advantage of this new generation of control programming.

To increase knowledge and skill in: audio setup/DSP, project management, advanced programming, and social media marketing. Those goals will provide a diverse level of education. Hopefully, this will ensure a bright future.


 

Programming is a life-long learning experience.

Experienced software engineers seek to find solutions to problems they haven’t solved yet because it gives them the opportunity to learn more. If you find yourself waiting for the moment when you finally feel like you know everything there is to know about coding, know this: the day you’re waiting for will never come.

And that is a wonderful thing.

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