domingo, 2 de noviembre de 2008

Unit 5 Resume

Once i have located a job in the internet, I wrote a cover letter... now it's time to write a resume... a winning resume, of course.


Julio Coronado
Av Fuerzas Armadas
Maracaibo Edo Zulia, 4011


To gain employment with a company where my leadership experience and knowledge, especially in the area of thermodynamics, can be used effectively.

University Rafael Belloso Chacin
Industrial Engineering, expected May 2008

Relevant Projects: Designed, built, and tested an evaporative cooler, Spring 2002
Relevant Courses: Advanced Thermodynamics, Intro to Combustion, Failure of Engineering Materials
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Summer 1998 – Summer 2000
Mechanical Engineering,
Academically ranked 12th out of 1000 cadets at time of honorable discharge

Carpenter/General Laborer, Summer 2002

Learned valuable skills which can be applied to improving the actual implementation of design in the field
OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID, CU-BOULDER, Boulder, CO (worked 15 hours per week)
Advisor/Customer Service Representative, Spring 2001 – Spring 2002

Gained valuable experience assisting customers with their confidential financial aid accounts
Cadet, active duty military, Jun 1998 – Jul 2000
Cumulative Overall Performance Average (OPA): 3.25
Chief Clerk, Fall 1999 – charged with leading 3rd Class Cadets in my squadron in performing their duties to standard
Secret Clearance gained from Combat Survival Training
Basic Cadet Training, Recognition, Combat Survival Training (CST), Parachuting, Gliding
Painted the walls of an elementary school to improve its aesthetic appeal

Served as Big Brother for a young teen who lived with his single mother
Participated in various events with the club

Unit 4. Writing a cover letter and a resume

Julio Coronado,
Motorola Inc,
Fuerzas Armadas,
Maracaibo Edo Zulia

Dear John,

Motorola inc, the company I worked with for the last fifteen years, was sold at year-end and merged with another cellphones company. As a result, my job was eliminated but I was asked to remain and assist in managing the safety department. The position was temporary, and relocation was required to make it permanent. I am looking forward towards opportunities locally here in Maracaibo. I'm looking for some advice and counsel from people I know and trust.

I'd like to continue to be a senior supervisor in The new cellphones company, I'm good at administration and teamwork. I've also managed production tasks of all volumes. I like being a part of a dynamic organization, and I am looking for that next opportunity.

My earlier job has been exciting, and I'm sure the next opportunity will hold even more promise. I'm glad about the prospect for change and I hope that you can help me make sure it's a positive change. I'd appreciate your thoughts and ideas. Thanks for your help.


Julio Coronado.

domingo, 19 de octubre de 2008

Top 10 Online Job Search Tips

hi i readed this article ( and i think that if you want to find a good job,you have to choose well because you have to like the job and choose one that best fit you.
the online job search is a good and easy way to find a good job.

People we look up to

Hello in this article im going to write about Henry Ford because Imagine our world without Cars or any way of transportation. We would have a much healthier world, but, many improvements to our lives would have been impossible to acomplish. He changed our world.

Henry Ford
As the American founder of the Ford Motor Company and father of modern assembly lines used in mass production. His introduction of the Model T automobile revolutionized transportation and American industry. He was a prolific inventor and was awarded 161 U.S. patents. As owner of the Ford Company he became one of the richest and best-known people in the world. He is credited with "Fordism", that is, the mass production of large numbers of inexpensive automobiles using the assembly line, coupled with high wages for his workers. Ford had a global vision, with consumerism as the key to peace. Ford did not believe in accountants; he amassed one of the world's largest fortunes without ever having his company audited under his administration. Henry Ford's intense commitment to lowering costs resulted in many technical and business innovations, including a franchise system that put a dealership in every city in North America, and in major cities on six continents. Ford left most of his vast wealth to the Ford Foundation but arranged for his family to control the company permanently.

Finding job UNIT 3

hi how are you im going to write about some jobs for engineer

Software Design Engineer (Entry Level): HP
I think that this job is a very good work for an entry level engineer.;_ylt=As6CnQlp8eQFWBk0UDqXGor6Q6IX?source=SRP

Software Test Engineer: Motorola Inc
I think that this job is very good for a engineer with some experience.;_ylt=AmHHVKG2HeAMAnbDAjt_sD_6Q6IX?source=SRP

And my dream job could be me working in PDVSA or in another big company.

that`s all good bye....

domingo, 5 de octubre de 2008

Reading an article UNIT 2

hello how are you friends i was surfing the net and i found a interesting article that i would like to share with you.
Microsoft Promises New, Fluffier Version of Windows

By Ashlee Vance

Steve Ballmer, Microsoft’s chief executive, has hit the European press circuit in full-on tease mode. He’s talking up a new version of the Windows operating system that will cater to so-called “cloud computing” technology, where people use software that’s running in a data center rather than on their local machine.

Mr. Ballmer has mentioned this operating system, dubbed Windows Cloud, at events in London and Paris. The name-dropping comes ahead of Microsoft’s Professional Developers Conference later this month in Los Angeles.

So what exactly is Windows Cloud? Well, Microsoft won’t budge on exact details just yet.

But Dave Cutler, one of the company’s top software engineers, has spent years working on a project code-named Red Dog that some suspect will serve as the underpinning for the new operating system. Mr. Cutler has a knack for developing sophisticated code, and he may have come up with an operating system tailored to this notion of distributing software across thousands of servers and letting customers tap into all that horsepower from their home or office computers.

Google’s vast data centers rely on a modified version of the open-source Linux operating system and the MySQL database. By going with open-source software, Google can tweak code to suit its needs. In particular, Google has been able to create lightweight versions of Linux and MySQL that spread well across myriad machines.

Microsoft may now have taken a similar approach with Windows and its own SQL Server database by developing a thinner, faster version of Windows that server makers like Dell and Hewlett-Packard could offer with their systems. Presumably the new version of Windows would also make use of Microsoft’s server virtualization software, which today lets customers run many applications on a single physical system, and will soon let them move those applications around from server to server at will.

“Just as we have an operating system for the PC, for the phone, and for the server, we need a new operating system that runs in the Internet,” Mr. Ballmer said during a speech in France on Thursday. “I bet we’ll call it Windows something. We’re going to announce it in four weeks. We might even have a trademark by then. So, for today I’ll call it Windows Cloud. And Windows Cloud will be a place where you can run arbitrary applications up in the Internet. . .”

I’ve done a search through Microsoft’s trademarks, and, as Mr. Ballmer indicated, there doesn’t appear to be a name for the software.

Fluffy Windows, anyone?

-Material or masonry used to support a structure, such as a wall.
-A support or foundation. Often used in the plural.
-Informal. The human legs. Often used in the plural

-A clever, expedient way of doing something.
-A specific talent for something, especially one difficult to explain or teach. See synonyms at art1.
*A cleverly designed device.
*A knickknack.

-Made by a tailor; custom-made.
-Simple, trim, or severe in line or design: a neat, tailored dress; tailored curtains

-To pinch, pluck, or twist sharply.
-To adjust; fine-tune.
-To make fun of; tease

-Constituting a very large, indefinite number; innumerable: the myriad fish in the ocean.
-Composed of numerous diverse elements or facets: the myriad life of the metropolis.
-A vast number: the myriads of bees in the hive.
-Archaic. Ten thousand.

martes, 23 de septiembre de 2008


Hi how are you people, the other day i was with my friend gerardo gutierrez and we were talking about engineering and he tell his point of view about Engineering.

I think that engineering is a profession devoted to designing, constructing, and operating the structures, machines, and other devices of industry and everyday life.
I like the industrial engineering because There are a number of things industrial engineers do in their work like make processes more efficient, to make products more manufacturable and consistent in their quality, and to increase productivity. If you want to study this career you most study a lot and be good at maths, also you have to have skills:You need to be responsable, intelligent, You must be capable of handling sressful situations and and have quick Thoughts

I think that the most dificult that i’ve had is to understand that engineering it’s not a simple carrer it’s a vocation.

After graduating i’d like to work in a big company and be a successful engineer.
I’d like to work in a big company and have the opportunity to realize studies in another country

Industrial Engineering it’s a great carrer and engineers can chage the world.

well thats all for today thanks for visited me.