Odd Mathisen

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Odd Mathisen

Locality: Kristiansand Area, Norway
Summary: Working as a service technician on various banking and office appliaces. Have technical experience with Laurel LAC(10-16)/LPC coin roll machines, Twinsafe II, DeLaRue Vertera, most Konica Minolta color MFPs, Neoposts franking and enveloper product lines, CTCoin counting machines(ranging from the "discontinued" 5600/5800 up to todays models) - aswell as our own(AB System) watercooler product line and BioFamily water purifiers. Also have some experience with BPS 2000(industrial money counter) and NGZ 8008(coin roll strapper/stacker assembly line), but rather limited. As for goals.. Live life to its fullest while working with something i enjoy - What more can you ask for?
Education:  Hobby Programming simple games, making light weight web pages, testing out various linux distros  Purely for educational reasons. Nothing fancy, just the "hmm, i wonder how this stuff actualy works" kind of thing.
 Stangnes VGS Majors: Electronic service(Monitors/Copiers/Sound systems etc), English, IT/EDB (active directory)  

Industry: Banking
Skills: Troubleshooting and repairing/improving products that are broken or not working optimaly. Give me access to proper service manuals and i can fix just about any problem.
Experience: AB System (Banking industry): Service Technician,  (March 2007-Present) Preforming service/repairs on product the company sells. Delivering products sold by us to the customers. Support. Just about all repair "know-how" have been learned during my time in AB System.

Interests: New technology, gaming, social engineering, sci-fi
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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