As I started my first job as an instrumentation engineer, very soon I was responsible for preparing datasheets and other technical documents for a gas plant design megaproject.
I was facing an ocean of technical details and similar to Mel Robbins's 5 seconds rule, I jumped into this deep ocean and started swimming.
It was scary but after years I became a good swimmer.
I had a note book and a fat blue folder for gathering the lesson learns.
They were a small boat on that ocean to me, and incredibly helpful, reliable and time saving.
I digitized them to avoid using papers to help the planet, but I lost them after I leaved the company.
I developed Instpedia.com to access that helpful knowledge anytime, anywhere and most importantly to be able to share it with others.
I just need to take my smart phone out of my pocket instead of carrying my heavy blue folder.
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