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Ok, I have a old 1990 degree in Elect Engineering ( assoc ), I am revamping my resume to get a entry level job now and I can not recall what language I used to do a project : project was I progarmmed a pc to move a robotic arm ( a wood peg) from one pnt to another. that is simple but putting it on paper is another entity in my mind. Please help?

RE: language

This is actually a human language forum, not a machine language forum. You might to better at the sister site, tek-tips.com.

RE: language

you're worrying about how to express a project you did 20 years ago ?

whatever you've done in the intervening 20 years is going to be more relevent, positively or negatively.

RE: language

It could have been anything from C to PASCAL TO fORTRAN TO ....

I am guessing "C"

RB is right - who cares what you did 20 years ago.. That is like a liftime!!

RE: language

(OP)
Thanks Mike, I will just omit it from my resume & go back to reviewing my transisto'r equations for interviews. cheers

RE: language

For what it's worth, back in the 80's our company (actually we were part of McDonnell Douglas back then) sold a Robotics software programming package called 'Place'.


An advert from the April 1985 issue of 'Industry Week' :

John R. Baker, P.E.
Product 'Evangelist'
Product Engineering Software
Siemens PLM Software Inc.
Industry Sector
Cypress, CA
Siemens PLM:
UG/NX Museum:

To an Engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.

RE: language

Using a robot to flip signs.

hilarious!

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RE: language

Well, it was the 80's 2thumbsup

John R. Baker, P.E.
Product 'Evangelist'
Product Engineering Software
Siemens PLM Software Inc.
Industry Sector
Cypress, CA
Siemens PLM:
UG/NX Museum:

To an Engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.

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