[sebhc] Software Engineer & selling H89

Erik S. Klein lifo at pacbell.net
Wed Jun 30 21:25:22 CDT 2004

With regards to selling your H89:

If you're looking for top dollar then eBay or the Vintage Computer
Marketplace (marketplace.vintage.org) are your best bets for auctions or
fixed-price sales.

If you are looking to find another hobbyist that would provide a good
home (but who might pay less then at auction) then this list, the
classic computer list (www.classiccmp.org) or my Vintage Computer Forums
(www.vintage-computer.com/vcforum) would also be an option.

Best of luck!

   Erik Klein
   The Vintage Computer Forums

-----Original Message-----
From: sebhc at sebhc.org [mailto:sebhc at sebhc.org] On Behalf Of Peter
Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2004 6:22 PM
To: sebhc at sebhc.org
Subject: [sebhc] Software Engineer & selling H89

I can't help but throw in my solution to this. When I went back to grad
school, I got an MS in Computer Engineering. This kept me in the
engineering arena, as well as being accepted as a computer
science/programmer type guy. All this was prompted by my getting into
teaching - industry did not care what degrees I had (math degree in my
case), they just wanted for me to be able to do the job well (which I
In entering teaching, I found that the degree was more important than
knowledge! Sad but true. Incidentally, I also had (still have) a
Professional Engineering License from the state of California, but that
not impress most schools (except for Oregon Institute of Technology).

On another topic, I have been thinking of selling my original H89 that I
used to develop all the  Anapro/Analytical Products hardware and
on. I found this list through a contact on e-bay where some H89 were
sold. If I should decide to part with my machine, what is the best way
find it a proper buyer? Thanks for any suggestions.

peter59 at sbcglobal.net - http://www.geocities.com/anapro.geo/

> -----Original Message-----
> I have always found the term "Software Engineer" amusing.  
> Last time I 
> checked here in Washington (the state), you could not call yourself a 
> "Software Engineer."  Why?  Because before you could use the title 
> "Engineer" you had to pass a state test for certification.  
> I'm a programmer.  My code speaks for itself.
> ..walt

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