Mark Adams | Getting To Know Your Vendors & Being Hands On
Mark Adams began his career as a machinist and counts that role as one of the most important experiences he has had in becoming an engineer. Likely in no small part due to that time of his life, Mark has empathy and appreciation for the machinists and the builders of our engineering world who so many of us took for granted.
Listen to this episode to hear our conversation about the value of getting to know your vendors. And many other gold nuggets relating to developing critical engineering skills.
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