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As an IP Engineer I, Bill Hartnett monitors and analyzes day-to-day operational issues and anomalies affecting end-customer network performance and assists in Network design solutions for new customer installations and projects.
When I was fresh out of school, I had a job at a machine shop in Pittsburgh. I learned the detailed functionality of CNC machines, overhead cranes, heat treating, and some welding. I learned to use various electronic instruments such as oscilloscopes and other signal generators and an assortment of hand tools such as micrometers and dial calipers. My colleagues were mainly 30+ years older than me and had worked in the Steel Mills in the 70s and 80s. I learned a whole lot about life in a short amount of time from those folks. I embraced what I learned and started down the path of tech & engineering.
I played in a rock n roll band for 10+years and loved performing on stage.
I like to snowboard, play guitar, mountain bike, fish, and ride quads in my spare time. I love being outside and staying active.
Listen respectfully, watch comprehensively, don’t be afraid to ask questions, and learn at your pace.
To be ahead of Artificial Intelligence.
My favorite project so far is the newest product launched for DQE: Fiber@Home. I’ve enjoyed learning about this product and look forward to providing high-speed, reliable Internet to people’s homes.
I wanted to be a part of a company that was growing. A company whose vision, mission, and values aligned with my own. When I first looked at DQE, the company had expanded its fiber miles two-fold in a short amount of time. This rapid growth attracted my interest. I needed to be a part of a company where I could grow my career, apply my talents, and expand my responsibilities. DQE and I are a good fit. I think it’s been working out well for us.