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My name is Zeke. I love electronics in general. I'm fascinated by Pharmacodynamics, and I'm pretty good at soldering I'm very knowledgeable about the inner workings of most video game consoles and I'm putting that knowledge to good use by offering my knowledge and soldering skills up as a service.
I'm currently not in school (though, I'd like to be) largely due to financial reasons. However, whenever I can afford school I'm not quite sure if I want to purse Electrical Engineering, or Neuroscience and Pharmacology. Both fascinate me equally, and I'd love to do either.
I'm also in between jobs. My last job was working at Activision as a TRG Quality Assurance Engineer. My job was to find hardware-related software bugs in Activision software. My contract with Activision expire at the beginning of October and I plan on reapplying there once they ask for people to hire again.
Games I worked on during my tenure at Activision are as follows...
The Peanuts Movie: Snoopy's Grand Adventure - I worked on hundreds of the Alpha and Beta builds of the Wii, Wii U and 3DS version of the software
Call Of Duty: Black Ops III - I worked on a couple dozen of the Beta Builds of the Xbox 360 version of the software
Skylanders Superchargers - I worked on hundreds of the Alpha and Beta Builds of the Wii, Wii U, and 3DS versions of the software.
Guitar Hero Live - I worked on many of the Alpha and Beta Builds of the Wii U version of the software.
Full disclosure - I am dyslexic. I often leave out conjunctions in sentences or leave out the beginning of the first letter of a word if the last letter of the word before was the same, and I often mistake conjunctions for words other than I meant (i.e I will often turn "if" into "it" or turn "and" into "ask"). Don't worry I'm not 11 years old, I just have a hard time reading and writing.