Not sure what Linebacker was alluding to. Been a software developer for over 20yrs now. It’s been a great experience. Love the challenges of today’s technology. Perfect creative outlet for me. Of course I only work for startups or small companies now. Grew tired of corporate BS. And btw, I don’t have a degree.
Now, back to the OP’s story (which I want to hear).
My job started two weeks ago in a tiny little town in France (Roche sur Foron) where we collected the Test Bed from Rotronics/Dynosense.
All in all we’re collaborating with really big companies and getting serious and solid results in TCR Series.
My actual duties and specific role are still being built as there’s a lot I have to learn.
I (mostly) mastered the theories of Aspirated Engines (Turbo and Supercharged) and getting to know the intricacies of data collection and analysis.
It’s tough and requires a lot of study but I’m so excited and amazed by the change of it all that somehow it’s all going down really well!
I don’t know if my happiness and excitement translate automatically in a clear exposition so…
I’m literally in tears of joy.
Thank you all for the great words guys.
It really means a lot to me.
If anything I’ll be free to write (and boast! ) a lot more about what we do so- yes - it’ll be a real pleasure to communicate all of our work gigs around the world and it’d be my true pleasure to invite each one of you in the paddocks.
If you bring a nice bottle of wine. Or cute friend- that is. You know Italian guys, right?
I hate to keep picking on you but, given your exciting new circumstances, I think you can probably take it.
It’s just that your sentence above has me questioning what exactly it is you seek. It is perfect English. But the meaning could be taken a few ways. I am taking it this way: If one of us brings to you some cute Italian guys you might let us have a peek at the car. And honestly, I am not sure I am willing to honor that request.