Network Engineer at ARSC and UAF
A network engineer works mostly at the more physical/hardware
end of networking; i.e., more electrical engineering than
computer science (see B.S.
I was a network engineer at the Arctic Region Supercomputing
Center (ARSC) at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF).
ARSC had some of the fastest supercomputers in the world and
was a Department of Defense facility, which thus emphasized
security, including requiring security training.
Additionally, I researched and did some cellphone work, both
to fix dead spots within buildings and, for security reasons,
to block cellphones entirely.
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