WHO AM I
Hoosier Newman is a Graphic Artist/Technician/Programmer/Engineer that has a vision that is slightly off center. Often taking on challenges that are thought to be impossible for many, and encouraging him to pursue knowledge even beyond the bounds of what has been traditionally taught in schools and universities, brings the pursuit of excellence vividly in all his endeavours.
To teach as many as I can the basics of computers, electronics and just about anything I have learned can be shared. If you too are willing to share what I will teach you. This is an open door to knowledge, that should be shared. Though many skills were mainly from hours of experimenting, testing and classrooms there are somethings that cannot be taught by a book.
Pro-active in establishing solutions
Identifying problems and possible conflicts
Sharing and collaborating expertise remotely
Identifying problem-solution processes
Ensuring longevity of products and reliability
Giving back to the community
When I arrived at Worms, DE. Our DPU (data processing center) was #22 of the 24 spread across Europe. We were getting our morning reports, via courier or snail mail. I thought the process was a bit slow for us to keep track of personal that were spread out from UK to Saudia Arabia. One of my off-subject questions was posed (as far back as 1976) while serving in the 5th Signal Command. The question asked was if it was possible to beam data via microwave. The 5th Signal Command was the communication hub of the US Army Europe. My immediate supervisor could not answer the question so he asked the NCOIC of the communications center. Shortly after that our reports were coming in so fast that we almost had real-time status of the majority of our personell we served. When departing the military, our DPU was #2 only to be topped by HQ USAEUR. But then again they had all their personel at one location.