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17 years old.

Senior in high school, 4 periods of AP classes (Government,English IV, Physics C, Calculus BC) and Honors Forensics Science.
Working in a high end body shop for over a year.
Interning for local research and development for over a year.

Needless to say, hobby time is cut short, cars are more my thing now. cant drive a computer.
    
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Originally Posted by Chooofoojoo View Post

I'm a suspension guru / bike mechanic for a local team/shop. I get to work on high end XC, AM, and DH bikes all day.
Plus it lets me chase my first passion of DH! biggrin.gif
My whip for 2013:

Nice, I worked at a high end bike store in the UK. Did sales, stock and orders. Got to play with the demo bikes whenever I wanted, we had a couple of Santa Cruz V10's, Orange Five Pro's and the like. Plus, I got everything for trade price, which actually help me build my current bike - I ride BMX.



Now, I'm working in a second hand bike shop in Munich, and it is the opposite to the old job. Absolutely mediocre bikes and contrary to German work ethic, an absolute unorganised mess. Haha biggrin.gif
post #3453 of 5881
Systems consultant for a multinational insurer, normal work day is Unix & Java based projects:)
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Hello, new to the forums on OC. I'm a full time college student and I set up tailgate parties during football season at my university. Part time job, great pay. I get a lot of money from scholarships that I have not even borrowed student loans yet, but spring '13 semester I will borrow some, unfortunately. I'm a junior in college and currently in the business program at my university. Oh and I am a first time builder. Just built my rig a couple days ago.
post #3455 of 5881
repossession agent, can be fun and hectic at times.
post #3456 of 5881
Senior college student, lead web programmer for two companies and started my own business in website development. Work for a soap star in Hollywood among other big clients! I'm not at the top of the food chain yet but getting there. thumb.gif I'm very fortune to have what I have and work for the people I work for, most people my age (22-23) are still working mediocre jobs, especially because of the lowzy economy. I do very well not having a degree yet and self taught most of what I know today.

Just started building computers earlier this year. I was and still am a pro at database, programming, and web development, but when it came to hardware I wasn't a bright bulb. My college grades struggled because of not having the right computers/equipment to work on (and it's partly the universities fault where I went, they didn't provide us the right resources to complete assignments). I took a semester off to transfer to a better college and in a matter of six months mastered building computers, it's literally an everyday thing I have devoted alot of time and energy into.

It's not a hobby for me, I really need a solid/stable computer to work on. Buying faster and better equipment saves me time in my life and that is worth more than money. biggrin.gif
post #3457 of 5881
I have been a auto and truck master tech for over 30 years, for the last 7 years I only perform diagnostics on cars and medium duty trucks which also has me performing diagnostics and programing of the car and truck on board computers so I have been getting a lot of schooling out of it. I also build drag race engines and own and race my own.
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post #3458 of 5881
Just graduated and recently employed as a junior IT/Java consultant at one of the biggest IT companies of Belgium called Cronos. My hobby is developing web applications, so now I can do that as my job.
I'm sent out on projects of other companies, so it's really fun because you get to know a lot of people and there is a variety of projects you can be on. Currently I'm developing portlets, but before that I also did some kind of integration project and before that I wrote a web component.
We also tend to use a lot of IBM technologies, they usually have a lot of possibilities that you can use to play with.
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<----Design and install vehicle wraps for a living
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liking those wheels. got something similar on my 99 teg but 6 spoke
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