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will be able to move into almost any position in this company that I want.1will have to interview for it, but I'm pretty confident that with all the hard work I have done to this point I'll be able to get any position that 1 want. [Hardware?] Actually, I love software.1have a computer science background already;1have a computer science minor from Tech.1have spent a lot of time goofing around programming. We offer programming environments, languages, plug ins and that sort ofthing.I have spent a lot of time goofing around and trying to leam it. You know, writing about what I learn. Reading knowledge bases and trying to figure out better ways to solve problems. 5-What opportunities do vou have to move and/or advance within your organization? I have almost limitless opportunity.1have had four distinct positions over the 5-'/2 years that1have been at National Instruments. I expect to move again when I conquer the biggest challenges with this position and am ready to start working on new challenges.1can move laterally to another management position. I can move back to a documentation developer position.1can move from software to hardware. I even can move to another department if I'm interested in and qualified for a position. 6. What do you feel is your most valuable contribution to your organization? 7.In your opinion, what is the importance of considering ethical responsibilities to your organization, to your audience/user/customer, and to yourself while at work? 8. What are the training/continuing education opportunities like at your organization?