The Engineer of What?
By Nathan Westfall
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"The Engineer of What?" is a bi-weekly discussion with Rick and Nathan on the life and struggles of being an engineer. If you are an engineer, you know that most of the time you're not even doing what your job title is. As engineers, you're a problem solver and are required to solve anything put in front of you. Doesn't matter what type of engineer you are, you'll be able to relate. Rick and Nathan met in 6th grade, became friends, worked on projects together in high school, and have stayed friends through the different paths life has taken them. They both had a love of technology and problem solving starting from a young age and became friends through this interest. Now that they are both established in their careers they're taking the daily struggles of being an engineer in two totally different fields and creating a podcast out of it.
||CleanEpisode 4: All things Water||This week Nathan is on the road instead of in New York. Find out how he got there and why he's there. Also hear our take on the Eagles vs. Patriots game and listen to Ricky walk us through the life-cycle of water past your kitchen sink.||2/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 3: "Pro"ductivity Tips||As an engineer you have a lot to do. Someones more than the hours in a day. We have the mindset to work smarter not harder, but what tools do you use to accomplish this? Join us as we talk about productivity tips that help us save time.||1/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 2: We love Vendors||Vendors. Do you hate them? Love them? Either way, we all probably work with them on a weekly basis and it only gets easier if you know how to work with them. Listen to our struggles with vendors and how we still make the job happen even if things go s||1/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 1: Standards||In this first episode we talk about why we started this podcast and engineering standards. Are they followed? Do they exist? Should they exist?||1/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|