My job experience started in 1989 after the school age.
My first employer was IBM, up to yer 2000, when they sold our division to CELESTICA(a Canadian third party electronic manufacturer).
Celestica finally moved out from Italy and I changed in 2006 to ALMES.
ALMES was a small company to sell Asian products in Europe such as electrical small power motor and small electronic.
Since 2007 I moved to IMQ also know as Italian Institute for the Quality Mark.
IMQ is a certification company for national and international standards for both products and quality system (and more).
 
At IBM I made some experience for automatic manufacturing lines (operations, maintenance, training, equipment), from the handling of memories modules to optical link cards mainly related to testing operations.
 
At CELESTICA I made some experience on quality, manufacturing analysis, maintenance, equipment, training especially for storage system devices and power counter meters.
I also was supporting buyer and manufacturing operation as supplier engineer caring about resistors, capacitors, inductors, oscillators, LED, diodes and static relays.
 
At ALMES I was responsible for the laboratory both R&D and income products and selecting manufacturer in Asia. I was providing technical support to sales.
 
At IMQ I'm a laboratory technician with product testing for standard compliance. Originally as small electrical devices than for medical electrical equipment, but now I'm in the EMC lab.
I made several professional courses both from the companies that privately.
 

Aside normal business courses, I have ... Social Psychology (Wesleyan University), The Science of Well-Being (Yale University), HTML, CSS and Javascript for Web Developers (John Hopkins University), ... and remember that I'm also a magician with several courses :-)

 

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