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MISSION THREE – NASA & DUCT TAPE
My career so far spans more than 35 years, and I’ve been trying to find a humorous and valuable way to share insights in a way that is relatable, honest and meaningful. In this third article I reflect on 1998, when I was given an amazing opportunity to work with a team building flight recorders for Harrier and Tornado jets. The first project, for the Harrier Jump Jet, was to support NASA in some trouble shooting activities.
Going into the project I thought I was going to learn the fine art of software development, but what I learned was actually very different and quite surprising…
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- Finding that past skills can be used on exciting new projects
- Being coached and mentored by people that care about your success
- Learning to be pragmatic, and not getting lost in your own version of success