Originally Posted by Fatman811
I have an electronic engineering degree, and a certificate in PLC programming. I got both from a local college. PLC's are easy enough to understand, the only major issue is every brand of PLC tends to have their own programming architecture. So once you know the basics, you just kind of teach yourself.
Cheers, I figured as much. I suppose the best thing from the start would be to just go to the local college and see if they have a PLC course / program. Our electrician briefly went over the logic with me and it seems simple, but I was having trouble actually implementing it.
Originally Posted by Sporkisian
Rigger over here, good fun and good money. Get to work with cranes and outdoors all day. Helps make me not feel so bad about spending all my other time inside gaming etc
I have the opposite. I built my first gaming rig and almost immediately moved into an office job.
Now I'm on the computer at work all day so I don't feel like gaming when I'm home.